Fuente Osmeña Circle is not only one of the iconic landmarks of Cebu City but also a practical and strategic area to stay in. Located in the midtown area, the historic roundabout is the crossroads between the downtown district, where the city’s most well-known heritage attractions are located (like Fort San Pedro and Magellan’s Cross) and uptown commercial districts (like Cebu Business Park and IT Park). In addition, the street dancing parade of the Sinulog Festival – one of theRead More→
Citadines is a pet-friendly and eco-friendly four-star hotel with apartment-style rooms and a scenic infinity pool.
Tucked in a residential neighborhood, Mezzo Hotel is a four-star accommodation at the border of Mabolo and Kasambagan in Cebu City, Philippines. While primarily designed as a business hotel, it’s also a great choice for leisure travelers because of its practical location within Metro Cebu. It’s situated in a quiet residential side street but still very accessible to trendy establishments along F. Cabahug St, where you can find restaurants, cafes, spas, bars and a popular club, Icon. Cebu Business Park,Read More→
Safeguarding our health has become top priority while traveling in the “new normal”. While I’ve long been an advocate of reducing our carbon footprint by using a bicycle or taking mass transport when traveling, I’ve finally decided to take driving lessons to acquire new skills and expand my options when I travel. Aside from the convenience, driving your own wheels – whether it’s a motorcycle or four-wheeled vehicle – poses a lower health risk compared to riding public transportation. EvenRead More→
As travel restrictions ease up domestically, hotel staycations conveniently offer the indulgence and pampering we yearn for after being cooped up at home or the workplace for several months on end. Seda Central Bloc Cebu, a brand-new premier hotel located at the heart of trendy Cebu I.T. Park, ticks off everything on the list with its restful accommodations, relaxing amenities, great food, and breathtaking views of Metro Cebu. Occupying 12 stories atop the all-new Ayala Malls Central Bloc, Seda alsoRead More→
Completed in the 1990s, the Cebu Transcentral Highway has long provided quick and easy access to the central highlands of the province. The 33-kilometer road bisects the slender-shaped island, across the Central Cebu Protected Landscape, linking Cebu City to Balamban along the western coast. With lush mountain views, cool weather, and foggy atmosphere, relaxing attractions can be reached on a day trip from Metro Cebu. Many locals informally (but misleadingly) refer to the entire highland area as “Busay”, derived fromRead More→