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Place of Worship

Cebu Taoist Temple

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Clement & Sherelyn
Clement & Sherelyn
February 5, 2020
Before we go through the details, please remind yourselves that this is a religious shrine so we must learn to respect their beliefs. Located within the “posh” Beverly Hills, this temple was built by the Chinese community in 1972. The temple is a towering, multi-tiered, multi-hued attraction that…
L'Y
L'Y
January 30, 2020
Constructed by the substantial local Chinese community, the temple is a multi tiered construction with balconies offering a scenic view of downtown Cebu.
Tito
Tito
January 29, 2020
The Cebu Taoist Temple was built in 1972 by the Cebu’s substantial Chinese community. This temple is composed of two different temples: one is the Phu Sian Temple, built by another Chinese community, which is not open to the public; another is the main temple which is 270 meters above sea level. …
Marissa
Marissa
January 17, 2020
"It features a Chinese style of architecture, and its overall artistic structure is what made it quite popular to tourists and locals alike. Whether you are a believer of the Taoism religion or someone who simply appreciates great architecture, this site is a must visit." from: SouthPole Central…
Denise
Denise
November 26, 2019
Built in 1972 by the Cebu’s substantial Chinese community, the Cebu Taoist Temple has a replica of the Great Wall of China by its entrance. And it includes a chapel, library, souvenir shop, and a wishing well. Devotees and tourists alike visit here to perform rituals - like the climbing of its 81…

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Memorial Site
“A grand monument to love stands imposing albeit unfinished over Cebu. Temple of Leah is an expansive park built by Teodorico Adarna for his wife Leah. It echoes Roman and Greek architecture, with the Parthenon-inspired edifice as the centerpiece. This 7-storey (and still expanding) structure has an art gallery and a library housing the temple queen's favorite effects. There's also a ten-foot statue of Leah waiting to welcome visitors. Temple of Leah has a Php50/head entrance fee. One also needs to pay Php100 for parking within the premises, but street parking is also available but limited. Professional photoshoots may be conducted for Php2,500. The temple can be visited anytime, everyday of the week. How to get there: From Gorordo or Lahug (or USC Main), take a 04H jeepney. Fare is about P15-20 one way. You can also rent a habal-habal for P100-120 for 2 persons.”
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Zoo
“Family friendly and it has a combination of a park and a zoo. There are some restaurants and shops, convenient bathrooms and places to rest.”
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Ресторан
“Old house turned into a beautiful restaurant that offers high quality food that won't burn a hole in your pockets and wallets. They have relaxing and romantic ambiance. Perfect for some date night!”
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Archipelago
“The Camotes Islands are a group of islands located in the central part of the Philippines known as the Visayas. The islands are situated in the northern part of Cebu. If you’re looking for a beautiful tropical island, that’s a bit off the radar, then the Camotes is one of those hidden gems.”
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Ресторан
“Cebu Street style barbecue known as "Sugba", this is not to be missed for tourist. Located just across the road. Budget-friendly, too!”
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Местоположение
Cebu City, Central Visayas