Shangri-La Mactan, Cebu, is located in Lapu-Lapu City, which is connected to the main island of Cebu by several bridges. Both Mactan and Cebu are home to many beautiful beaches and historic sites.
The province of Cebu is famous for its natural beaches, sweet mangoes, rattan and buri furniture, guitars and costume jewellery.
Cebu is an island province of the Philippines in the central part of the country, north of Malaysia.
Cebu is one of the economically developed provinces in the country, and offers a balance between urban life and nature trips, with a wealth of tropical beaches, breezy hills, historical sites, and one of the best opportunities to experience the diversity of Philippine culture.
The Aznar Museum is a newly established museum in Southwestern University. It features a collection of pre-Hispanic artefacts, many of which were taken from an archaeological dig in Camotes Island that unearthed a complete pre-Hispanic village.
The Casa Gorordo Museum is the place for tourists to grasp the heritage and tradition of the Filipino culture. The Museum was once the home to the Filipino man Juan Gorordo, who became Cebu’s first bishop.
Housing a large number of artefacts, antiques and relics, this unique museum was named a historic landmark of Philippines by the National Historical Institute Board.
Fort San Pedro is an enchanting sight to see in Cebu, as the place holds an enthralling history to it. The fort was used for a number of different things at various times in the past, but today stands as a museum and a historical park ideal for a family outing.
Combining an inspiring blend of history and modernism, the Fort San Pedro is the oldest bastion styled fort in Cebu.
Liberty Shrine is located on Punta Engano, Mactan Island. This monument stands to honour the spot where on April 27, 1521 the first Filipino hero, Lapu-Lapu, and his warriors killed Magellan in battle and drove his troops back to the sea.
Here, you'll find a fascinating collection of indigenous artefacts dating to pre-Spanish times, which shows the rich culture and history of the Visayan people.
Formerly a local airport, this park houses several commercial IT buildings, with restaurants serving a wide range of international cuisine, along with cafes and a club.
Ayala Center is a mall with specialty retail shops, furnishings, and an entertainment centre. It is conveniently located in the middle of Cebu City for an exciting day's shopping. The resort offers shuttle service to local shopping malls for a minimal fee.
A quaint two-level mall, it has specialty shops and is a constant night attraction for yuppies.
Here, you'll find a multitude of shops ranging from retail to appliances. Imported fashion brands are also available.
The resort has a daily shuttle service to SM City Cebu for a minimal fee.
A long strip of themed restaurants, bars, and health and wellbeing outlets, it is located in the busy road of Banilad, Cebu City. The best place to mingle and party with locals.