It’s the love month once again. Aren’t you excited? I’m sure the guys are now busy finding unique ideas on how to spend the Hearts Day and make it extra special. Here are a few tips:

  1. Picnic

picnic in cebu

Well, picnic means eating in parks or gardens, right?. But, you can do more here. Spend the day at Mountain View Nature Park while enjoying its cool weather. From the highlands of Cebu, a picturesque city greets you joyfully. For playful couples, engage in some of its outdoor activities including swimming.

  1. Stargazing

stargazing in cebu

For adventurous couples, head on to South Cebu, bring your tent and camp out at Terra Manna, Badian. Lay on the green grass and hold each other’s hands. The sky is going to be full of stars in the entire night.

  1. Bonfire

bonfire in cebu

BE Resort is a perfect place for a bonfire. After you dine by the beach, get ready for a more romantic evening. With only the fire and stars as light, you can both have a glittery night. A hug also helps keep you warm.

  1. Temple Visit

temple visit in cebu

Did you know that Temple of Leah was built as a sign of a man’s undying love for his dear wife? Teodorico Adarna built the temple as a sign of his devotion to his spouse,Leah. Its Roman-inspired architecture is pretty unique in Cebu.

  1. Long Walks

long walks in cebu

Where can one possibly enjoy long walks? Yes, every girl loves the beach. Walk side by side along the shoreline and wait for the sunset for a magnificent view. Moalboal gives a stunning view of the sun. For early risers, you can also catch a glimpse of the sunrise here.

  1. Sight Seeing


Want to have a panoramic view of the city? Tops is located in barangay Busay, just 30 to 45 minutes away from the city. Here, you’d be surprised how incredible Cebu’s Skyline is. Enjoy each other’s company with the majestic view.

  1. Blu Barblu bar in cebu

Marco Polo Hotel offers a cool ambiance and delectable food and drinks at its Blu bar. At 1,000 feet high, couples would definitely have a great time from the cocktails to the main course down to the dessert.

taoist-templeCebu is the home for many Chinese people especially businessmen. Over the years, Filipinos have adapted to the culture of the Chinese. Filipino or Chinese alike, respect is of utmost importance.

Unlike other temples, The Taoist Temple is not only for the Chinese but it is open to anyone who wish to visit the place. It is located in a residential area called Beverly Hills. Most residents here are Chinese but, there are also Cebuanos in the neighborhood.

Before entering the temple, the relatively huge dragon sculpture presents as a welcome architecture to every tourist. It makes you feel like you’re in Mainland China for a day. Around the place, you can see the other structured dragons that seem to guard the place tirelessly. These dragons are believed to be protectors of the temple.

Get your legs ready because you will really be involved in a lot of walking. While touring the whole place, non-worshippers may also offer prayers and wishes by using incense sticks. Don’t worry, instructions are posted before entering the sacred place so, you won’t really get wrong with it. There are also gardens, fish ponds, an old bell and small temples in the vicinity. An overlooking view of the city awaits you on the highest resting area.

Remember, this is a place of worship so, shorts and sleeveless clothes are definitely not allowed especially in the temple’s altar. Silence must be observed anywhere. Many Chinese are coming here to worship and meditate. Some come here to have some alone time and reflect on their lives.

You may have noticed that the color red dominates the entire place. The Chinese believe that red is a good luck color that’s why they wear red during Chinese New Year and other special occasions. The celebration will not be complete without the famous dragon and lion dance. This is done in order to cast off evil spirits from the past year. Some malls even have this activity where dancers roam around to greet and entertain the shoppers. Of course, what is a celebration without food. Tikoy is never to be left behind so as the pancit which are believed to symbolize close relationship by sticking together and long life respectively. The round fruits also illustrates prosperity and abundance. After dinner, most adults give red envelopes (ang pao) to children as a sign of luck, happiness and prosperity in the new year.

Contact us now for your tour at Taoist Temple Cebu.

temple of leahWhy is Temple of Leah so eye-catching even from afar? This is because of the Roman architecture and the majestic view the place has to offer. Moreover, it is an art gallery and a museum at the same time.

Teodorico Adarna, owner of Queensland Hotel, constructed a huge edifice for his unconditional love to his wife, Leah Villa Albino-Adarna. The temple was built around the year 2012 and was finished in the late 2014. This place is a symbol of love to her wife. Isn’t it romantic?

If you have been dreaming about a trip to Europe but it is just so expensive, you may as well visit Temple of Leah in Busay to entertain yourself with rich Roman structures. It will basically suffice your need to visit Rome.

The Roman building, its interiors and structures will leave your jaw hanging since you cannot always encounter a Roman inspired place in the city. Gigantic gold lion statues at either side of the temple makes you want to look more of what’s on the inside. Grab that camera and strike a pose!

An art gallery and a museum combined in one is what the place presents. And, not to mention, the captivating view you’ll encounter when you visit the place since it is located in a highland area. There are countless collection of books and different statues where no other area has.

Once you enter the place, you’ll be in awe with the majestic design on the floor and the massive staircase that makes you feel like you’re transported back to Ancient Rome with the different gods and goddesses at your side. You can also see the different sculpture of armoured people or people with wings. There is also a huge image of a lady that is seated at the center of the staircase with the inscriptions. This is said to be the icon of Leah Villa Albino-Adarna.

The site is regularly open for 24 hours. No fees are collected when visiting the place. Agreeably, one must observe proper decorum to show respect not only to the place but, also to other tourists.

Contact now if you want to visit this eye-catching Temple of Leah.