SUGBUHATON

WHAT TO DO WHILE IN CEBU

CATALOGUE

Balai by Cafe+

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 Balai is a quaint gourmet cafe that serves contemporary food, located on A.S. Fortuna St., Banilad, Mandaue City, across Oakridge Pavilion.


  • Budget: PHP 300 per person
  • PHP 500 for 2 to 3 persons

The Burger Joint

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Burger Joint is a cozy kiosk that serves simplistic yet the best burgers in Cebu, located at the Gallery in Lahug, Cebu City.


  • Budget: P200 per person

Ayala Center Cebu

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Ayala is a shopping center, or mall, located in Lahug, Cebu City. It contains a variety of stores, cinemas, and open-air terraces that allow you an escape from the bustling city life. 


  • Budget: PHP 500 per person
  • PHP 200 for dinner

Cebu IT Park

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 IT Park is a gigantic business park, located in Apas, Lahug, Cebu City. It is packed with life and industry. If you're after city lights and contemporary restaurants and cafes, including favorites like Starbucks, Jollibee, and McDonald's, this is the place to be. 


  • Budget: PHP 500 per person
  • PHP 200 per hour at Music One Family KTV and DVD
  • PHP 200 for dinner

Cebu Safari and Adventure Park

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While nominally a safari, Cebu Safari is technically just a large zoo, but the animals are well kempt, due to them originally being part of a personal collection. Located in the municipality of Carmen, Cebu Safari offers a variety of exotic animals to see, and adventures like ATV driving, crocodile feeding, bird shows, among other exciting, once-in-a-lifetime experiences.


  • Budget: PHP 1,200 per person
  • PHP 800 entrance fee
  • PHP 300 all-you-can-eat buffet

Aguinid Falls

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Aguinid Falls is a death-defying experience, perfect for thrill seekers and tourists thirsty for real adventure. With steep rock formations and cool fresh waters, Aguinid Falls is a love child of danger and relaxation.


  • Budget: PHP 300 per person
  • PHP 1,000 tricycle fare from and to Poblacion, Oslob
  • PHP 60 entrance fee
  • Plus guide's tip

Oslob Cuartel

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The Cuartel  showcases ruins from the Spanish colonial era, a renovated church, and remains of a fort, and a seawall. In the recent years, the Cebu provincial government repurposed the once-barren cuartel into a tourist destination, fit for picnics and an afternoon by the sea. You can't swim in the waters directly along the cuartel, but there's a beach a few steps away where you can swim in the blue-green sea and inhale the perpetual summer breeze.


  • Absolutely free
  • Walking distance from the highway
  • Just bring your own food, and you're good.

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