Filipino people love to have a vacation in the summer and spending it with the whole family, relatives or friends. Not only Filipino citizens love to go beaches and resorts but also some of the foreigners that visit our country. Since most of them don’t have any friends or relatives in our country, they just rent a room in a hotel or stay in resorts.
.....located in Lamac, Pinamungajan, Cebu managed by one of the most established cooperative in Cebu, LAMAC Multi-Purpose Cooperative.
Plaza Independencia is one of Cebu’s historical remains from the Spanish Era. As part of Philippine history, it witnessed several events of the country’s oldest city and one of the most visited spot for tourists, both foreign and local visitors. This plaza is situated in M.J. Cuenco Avenue and Legaspi Extension and is part of Barangay San Roque Cebu City.
Nalusuan Island Resort & Marine Sanctuary is an island between the province of Bohol and Cebu, particularly, Mactan Island, and is one of the islands comprising the Olango Island Group. Nalusuan Island is a man-made resort. From originally a sand bar, it was reclaimed – creating Nalusuan Island Resort.
Tucked away in Barangay Saavedra, Basdako, Moalboal, Cebu, this secluded beach resort boasts of powdery white sands, clear blue seas, and gorgeous marine life beneath. Club Serena is the perfect place to get away from hectic schedules, deadly deadlines, homework, reports, and agonizingly long night shifts.
Moalboal is one of the known towns in Cebu when it comes to beautiful beaches. This is also a great spot for scuba diving and snorkeling. If you are already bored with the beaches in Mactan, then just head on to Moalboal. This is a town on the southwestern part of Cebu. So all you need to do is take a southbound trip.
Cebu has indeed developed so much as the decades went by. Tall and bright skyscrapers have grown to surround the city proper. Work opportunities are just about anywhere nowadays. With all these growths, a typical Cebuano often gets caught off guard with stress. Work can both be rewarding and tiring at the same time.
For those who frequently go to Ayala or the Cebu Business Park area, I’m quite sure that the sight of a decent 17- storey building named Parklane Hotel has already caught your eye. After all, it has been well-established since the year 2006.
Ever heard of the miraculous image of Sto Nino? Local history claims that the image of the holy child was brought to the shores of Cebu by the Spaniards as an offering to the island’s king and queen. Today, that same image is housed within the stone walls of the Sto Nino Basilica.
A lot of Cebuanos are fitness buffs. With the growth of the call center and BPO industry, more Cebuanos are leading unhealthy lives hence want to rectify that by hitting the gym. Gym buffs would be happy to know that Cebu has 24 hour gyms to cater to many people’s irregular schedules.