The Beverly Boutique Business Hotel

F. Manalo Street, corner Queens Road, Cebu City, 6000, Philippines
The Beverly Boutique Business Hotel
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  • Families50
  • Couples0
  • Solo62
  • Business66

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ABOUT FIANCE VISA OR TOURIST VISA

by angel50

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Travel Tips for Cebu City

cebu's makdo'

by olitrac

as for cebu's old tradition, the food street for locals is called makdo' (makdukoduko) where you can eat along with other people from street sweepers, students, promos, bank employees to office managers sharing one table and sometimes one sauce bowl... Here, its the lechon that has been feasted.

Jeepney is Available in the City of Cebu

by freddie18

If you are going around Cebu, it is not necessary to take a cab or taxi. You can take jeepney to go to any direction. Just check the signboard in front of the jeepney as this is how the driver give the message to passengers on where he is headed to.

If you are going to the SM Shopping Mall in Ayala Center, you will see the sign as 'SM' or 'Ayala Center'. It is cheaper to travel and go around with a jeepney provided your schedule is not that hectic.

If your stay in Cebu City is limited, you may hire a private van, better still a Package Tour so that going around will be convenient for you and your group. For tour package information and booking, you may check the link I provided below.

Cebuano food

by gypsysoul73 about Golden Cowrie

This is where you want to go for typical and delicious Cebuano cooking. We ordered baked scallops, baked mussels, ribs, adobong kangkong (spinach), adobong talong (eggplant), and lechon (roast pig). Everything rocked! A lady goes around scooping unlimited free rice from a bucket that hangs from her neck. the adobong talong!

Magellan's Cross

by gypsysoul73

The city of Cebu is the oldest in the Philippines. Among it's many claims to fame are: the nation's first street (Colon), first church (Santo Niño), first fort (Fort San Pedro), and first school (San Carlos). It was here where Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan suffered his fate under the sword of Lapu-Lapu shortly after his arrival in 1521, in what came to be known as the Battle of Mactan.

What you see in the picture is the cross Magellan left behind. It is encased in tindalo wood and housed in a shrine commemorating the early Filipino Christianization and the archipelago's first encounter with the West. Nearby is the Basilica del Santo Niño which was erected by Augustinian Fathers in 1565 making it the first chuch in the Philippines. It was built as a home for the country's oldest religious relic, an image of the Santo Niño or Holy Infant Jesus. The statue is considered miraculous and a blessed replica can be found in practically every Cebuano household, store, and vehicle.

Basilica del Santo Nino

by gypsysoul73

Basilica del Santo Niño was erected by Augustinian Fathers in 1565 making it the first church in the Philippines. It was built as a home for the country's oldest religious relic, an image of the Santo Niño or Holy Infant Jesus. The statue is considered miraculous and a blessed replica can be found in practically every Cebuano household, store, and vehicle.

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