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Shangri-La's Mactan Resort and Spa, Cebu
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Shangri-La's Mactan Resort and Spa, Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Shangri-La's Mactan Resort and Spa, Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Shangri-La's Mactan Resort and Spa, Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Shangri-La's Mactan Resort and Spa, Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Shangri-La's Mactan Resort and Spa, Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Phillip Island is famous for its pristine sandy beaches, rugged coastline, the unique Phillip Island Penguin Parade, and home to Australian’s largest Australian fur seals colony at The Nobbies, and sleepy koalas curled up in gum trees at the Koala Reserve. Let’s not forget it’s also where the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix, Superbike World Championship, and V8 Supercars take place each year. Growing up on the nearby Mornington Peninsula, visiting Phillip Island was a regular occurrence when I was little. When you’re surrounded by iconic Australian wildlife and gorgeous beaches, you .....take it for granted. It wasn’t until a recent trip back home that I saw it through the eyes of a visitor. Travelling the world has given me a fresh perspective and a newfound appreciation for my home country and where I grew up. Phillip Island is a popular holiday destination amongst locals, yet it’s still a hidden gem to outsiders which is why I created this in-depth Phillip Island travel guide, so you can discover it too! Show less
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Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark, Cebu
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Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark, Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
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Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark, Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark, Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark, Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
There are several notable and natural attractions lying all over Cumberland Island National Seashore. Yet given the island is over 56 square miles, it’s simply not possible to see everything during a single Cumberland Island day trip. So before venturing out to this scenic barrier island, it’s important to prioritize which sights to visit during a Cumberland Island day trip. The following attractions are what most visitors seek out during a day trip to Cumberland Island: 🏖️ Natural Beaches: Spanning 17 miles along the eastern coast of the island are beautiful natural beaches that .....Cumberland Island is often recognized for. 🏛️ Dungeness & the Historic District – On the south end of the island, about 1.5 miles from the Sea Camp ferry dock, the area known as the Historic District. It’s punctuated by the remaining ruins of the Carnegie’s expansive 59-room mansion, Dungeness, which fell victim to fire in 1959. There is also a former ice house, which now houses a small museum. ⛪ The Settlement – Located way up on the north side of the island, the Settlement includes the Stafford Plantation and the First African Baptist Church, notable for the secret wedding of JFK Jr. 🏛️ The Plum Orchard Mansion – Located 7 miles north of the Sea Camp ferry dock, this Carnegie mansion has been maintained with period furnishings from the early 1900s. Free guided tours (11:00, 1:00, and 2:00) lead visitors around the sprawling estate 🐎 Wild Horse & Other Wildlife – Feral horses roam free throughout Cumberland Island and they tend to be in greatest abundance on the south end and around the Historic District. Deer, wild turkey, feral pigs, armadillo, and even coyotes can also be found roaming around Cumberland Island. And lots of bird species make a home here too!   Show less
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Bluewater Maribago Beach Resort
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Bluewater Maribago Beach Resort, Lapu-Lapu
Bluewater Maribago Beach Resort, Lapu-Lapu
Bluewater Maribago Beach Resort, Lapu-Lapu
Bluewater Maribago Beach Resort, Lapu-Lapu
Bluewater Maribago Beach Resort, Lapu-Lapu
You can get to Heron Island by boat or seaplane. Once your eyes meet the crystal clear waters that surround the island, you’ll be desperate to explore, so check in, chuck your bathing suit on and head out on a snorkel boat trip. The Half-Day Reef Snorkelling Tour introduces you to the kaleidoscope of colourful fish and coral of Heron and Wistari Reefs in the Great Barrier Reef. Once back on the island, take the time to relax under the sun on the powder-like sand of the beach and dry off .....for dinner at Shearwater Restaurant. Providing healthy and indulgent dishes, it caters for every lucky Heron Island guest. Show less
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Nacpan Beach
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Nacpan Beach, Philippines
Nacpan Beach, Philippines
Nacpan Beach, Philippines
Magpupungko Beach – which is located near Pilar town. A special feature of the beach is its natural pools – Magpupungko rock pools – deepenings in coral stones that hold water during low tide, thereby forming a place for swimming and snorkeling. Magpupungko Beach is located about 60 km from General Luna and you can get here either on your own on a motorbike or on a rented tricycle. Magpupungko Beach is one of the most popular tourist spots of Siargao. Entrance fee to the beach is 50 PHP per person.
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Cebu City
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Location: Consolacion Airbnb Plus: No Superhost: Yes https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/28006888 Price: P15,750/night My pick for the Best Overall Airbnb in Cebu would be this villa. You ask why? It is located in the city area, in a secured subdivision – in a mountain view area. The hosts provide you with extraordinary services: 1. You will have your own SUV with a driver to drive you around the city 2. You have your own helper to do the laundry and prepare your breakfast while staying at this villa 3. Enjoy a 15-meter crystal clear pool with your family. .....It’s just the best!  Guest Review: If you’re looking for an amazing place to stay, here is the place to book. William and his staff were great. Edgar is a great driver and was amazing taking us where we needed to go. Luz cooked really great food. Overall the best place I stayed so far and I’m looking forward to staying here again!!! – Jordan Show less
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Plantation Bay Resort and Spa
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Plantation Bay Resort and Spa, Lapu-Lapu
Plantation Bay Resort and Spa, Lapu-Lapu
Plantation Bay Resort and Spa, Lapu-Lapu
Plantation Bay Resort and Spa, Lapu-Lapu
Due to the rough sandy beaches and tracks, only 4WD vehicles can be driven on Fraser Island, and even this can be dangerous. Even if you’re a regular driver of a normal car, 4WDriving is very different and difficult. To drive safely, you must drive slow, pack light and never drive on the foredunes where the sand is too soft. Speed limits of 80km per hour on the beach and 30km per hour on inland tracks have been put in place, but always remember that slower is safer.
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Mactan-Cebu International Airport
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Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Lapu-Lapu
Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Lapu-Lapu
Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Lapu-Lapu
Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Lapu-Lapu
Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Lapu-Lapu
To get to Phillip Island by car from Melbourne, first take the Monash Freeway. As you approach Cranbourne, take the exit to Phillip Island which will take you along the South Gippsland Highway (M420). Follow the signs for Phillip Island onto the Bass Highway (A420). This road will take all the way down to San Remo where it turns into Phillip Island Tourist Road (B420). San Remo is the last town on the mainland before crossing over the bridge to Phillip Island.
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Olango Island
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Olango Island, Lapu-Lapu
Olango Island, Lapu-Lapu
So where is Magnetic Island exactly? Well, it lies about 20 minutes by boat from the coast of Townsville in Queensland, Australia. The population of Magnetic Island might only count around 2,000 human inhabitants, but the island is home to the biggest concentration of koalas in the whole of Australia. 27 km² of the 52 km²-large island is a national park and bird sanctuary and boasts refreshing clear waters, hikes that take you to secluded bays, and amazing sunsets – among many other things. So why is it called Magnetic Island? That's because .....of the magnetic effect it had on the compass of Captain James Cook when he sailed passed it in 1770. Weirdly enough, research done since hasn't shown anything that could explain the effect. Locals, by the way, will often speak of “Maggie Island”, “Maggie”, “Maggie Isle” or “The Island”. The history of Magnetic Island didn't start with Cook, though. The Aboriginal Wulgurukaba people or “canoe people” have been living on what they call Yunbenun for thousands of years but there are only a few of them left now. When the port of Townsville was built in 1870, more and more Europeans started moving to Magnetic Island, forcing the Wulgurukaba off their traditional lands. The Aboriginals lost access to a lot of their traditional food sources and became victims of diseases brought by the Europeans. In the 1920s and 1930s they were forced to go live in missions on the mainland. Only a few of them managed to stay on the island and only a few of them have since returned. &nbsp, Show less
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Caohagan Island
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Caohagan Island, Lapu-Lapu
Caohagan Island, Lapu-Lapu
Caohagan Island, Lapu-Lapu
Caohagan Island, Lapu-Lapu
Caohagan Island, Lapu-Lapu
The destroyed palace of Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman, who ruled Pemba before the arrival of the Portuguese (late 15th century to early 16th century), was a moving place. Rahman has a reputation for cruelty and is known as Mkame Ndume (Milker of Men). Currently, the main feature of the ruins is a large stone staircase that leads from a one-kilometer (now dry) channel that connects the site to the ocean. These ruins are located 10 km southeast of Chake Chake, near the village of Pujini. Taxi from Chake Chake costs .....around 30,000 Tsh. Or rent a bicycle, head south to Chake Chake, take the airport road, then turn left (southeast) onto a dirt road with a sign that reads ‘Skuli Ya Chan Jaani.’ Show less
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Mactan
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For those who simply want to enjoy Cumberland Island’s natural undeveloped beaches, it is very possible to simply come here to partake in a relaxing beach day. Simply take a 15-minute stroll from the Sea Camp ferry docks past the Sea Camp campgrounds, and you’ll arrive to the closest beach. You won’t need to fight anyone for a spot to put up your beach umbrella. You’ll likely have an enormous stretch of natural beach all to yourself. Take a dip in the ocean. Read a book. Enjoy a drink. Relax.  
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Island Hopping in the Philippines
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Island Hopping in the Philippines, Philippines
Island Hopping in the Philippines, Philippines
Island Hopping in the Philippines, Philippines
Island hopping tour – Guam, Naked and Daku Islands. Actually, island hopping is the most popular activity on Siargao (of course, after surfing). There is a beautiful lagoon on Daku Island, because of which it is worth making a trip from Siargao. Pansukian Island, or Naked Island, is called so because actually, it is a strip of white sand in the middle of the sea, which looks quite unusual. If you do not want to join a group island hopping tour to enjoy the attractions of Siargao, you can rent .....an individual boat and agree with the driver on a unique trip itinerary around the tourist spots of Siargao. The cost of boat rental in Siargao starts from 1500 PHP. Island hopping is a great way to make a day trip from Siargao to enjoy the nature. Show less
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Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park
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Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, Puerto Princesa
Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, Puerto Princesa
Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, Puerto Princesa
Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, Puerto Princesa
Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, Puerto Princesa
This natural beauty is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located on the western coast of the island, the park has an underground river that flows to the sea. You can get a boat ride tour of the underground river for around Php 1500, depending on the boat operator. 
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Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu
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Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Port Lockroy – After sailing through the Neumayer Channel, you may get a chance to visit the former British research station – now a museum and post office – of Port Lockroy on Goudier Island. You may also be able to partake in activities around Jougla Point, meeting gentoo penguins and blue-eyed shags. There are great opportunities also for kayaking and camping here, and when conditions are right, you can even snowshoe around the shore.
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Lapu-Lapu Monument
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Lapu-Lapu Monument, Lapu-Lapu
Lapu-Lapu Monument, Lapu-Lapu
In 635, Oswald, King of Northumbria, summoned Irish monk Aidan from Iona to be bishop of his kingdom and granted him Lindisfarne for his monastery. Aidan was eventually succeeded by perhaps the ‘greatest’ of all the Northumbrian saints, Cuthbert. In 793, the monks fled after a violent Viking attack. The ruins you see today are from the early 12th century.
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Boracay
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Boracay, Philippines
The only downside to kitesurfing in Boracay is that there are sea urchins in the water which you must avoid – they will really sting! All kitesurfing schools provide water shoes and it’s essential you wear them. The sun is strong in the Philippines and since you’re out on the water for such long periods, it’s essential to slather your face in sunscreen and wear a wet suit top. Your instructor will explain all the other safety procedures while you’re out there and what to do in an emergency. Also, the water can .....be quite busy with other, more experienced kitesurfers around you. Do not worry – your instructor will keep you out of harm’s way and the other kitesurfers are skilled enough to avoid you in good time. Show less
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Kawasan Falls
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Kawasan Falls, Cebu
Kawasan Falls, Cebu
Kawasan Falls, Cebu
Kawasan Falls, Cebu
Kawasan Falls, Cebu
Kawasan Falls are located in Badian, which is in the southern portion of Cebu Island. To get here from Cebu City, jump on a bus from the South Bus Terminal where the end destination is Bato. It will either go via Oslob where you can swim with whale sharks or via Barili. An alternative is to travel over by ferry from Dumaguete which will also arrive into Bato. To get to Kawasan Falls from Bato, you need to hail a bus in the direction of Moalboal. And vice versa if you’re coming from .....Moalboal. Ask to stop at Kawasan Falls. All bus drivers will know where you mean, of course. You’ll find the bus stop opposite the car park and church, where the path to the falls starts. This area is worth spending a few nights in, but you can visit Kawasan Falls from Cebu in a day too. Once you’re here at the entrance, there’s a long path through the jungle towards Kawasan Falls but it’s fairly easy to walk on and you’ll see lots of locals pushing along cooler boxes with picnics. This walk takes as long as 30 minutes though. Show less
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Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu
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Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu, Lapu-Lapu
Phillip Island is located 120 kilometres from Melbourne just off Australia’s southern coast. The easy drive down takes just 90 minutes. At its widest point, Phillip Island is around 24 kilometres long and 9 kilometres wide which makes it easy to see and do a lot in a short amount of time. At most, it takes just 20 minutes to reach the far corner of this 101 km2 (39 sq mi) island.
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Coron Island
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Coron Island, Philippines
For our trip we decided to get a private tour. We hired a boat operator at the pier for 2200 pesos for the boat plus 500 pesos for the guide (no tour boats are allowed to go without a guide). The entrance fees totaled to 800 pesos for the both of us. We also had to buy our own food, which we bought cheap at the market and the crew prepared real nicely. By doing the math, I’d say we spent 2000 pesos each, a little over than what you .....will pay in tour agencies. (If you have a few more people, it’s actually even cheaper!) Is it worth it? Definitely! With just the two of us on the boat plus the 2 boatmen and the guide, we were able to decide what we wanted to visit, and for how long we wanted to stay. The guide knew what times were quiet and what times were busy, so we avoided the big crowds. Coron as a popular tourist destination can be very, very crowded. Many tour boats follow the same route, so figure.. Needless to say, we were able to enjoy the lagoons, the lakes, the wreck, and the beaches for ourselves for a long time before it got crammed with other sightseers. Show less
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Bantayan Island
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Bantayan Island, Cebu
Bantayan Island, Cebu
Bantayan Island, Cebu
Bantayan Island, Cebu
The moment I knew about this one, I got intrigued on how it becomes “The Ruins”. But, after doing a little research, this spot isn’t really ruins by nature, but because this was how people came to call it after the Filipino movie “Camp Sawi”. The scene here was said to be the most intense part of the movie, since the cast threw bottles or glasses on the wall while releasing all what have made their hearts heavy. Just imagine that loud sound of the bottle the moment it strikes .....the wall. After this movie, the tourist visiting Bantayan Island started to recognize this place and it became one of the most photographed spots in Bantayan. Show less
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Bantayan Island
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Bantayan Island, Lapu-Lapu
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Bantayan Island, Lapu-Lapu
Bantayan Island, Lapu-Lapu
From Bantayan Island, you can island hop to Hilantagaan Island and Virgin Island. You may also ask to visit Galingan Island, an off-beaten island behind Hilantagaan Island. There are other islands accessible via Bantayan Island but are too far to include in an island hopping tour.eval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],'taraletsanywhere_com-large-mobile-banner-1','ezslot_7',151,'0','0']));
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Makati
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The glitz, glory, and glamour that Manila displays succeeded due to the ongoing and developed trade, business, and tourism that we see today. If time permits, you can visit the financial district known as Makati. It is not boring; you can see towering skyscrapers, famous malls, broad streets with luxury cars and opulent hotels. Go, shop for famous brands; eat your heart out and soak up the affluent setup of the Makati. The Philippines are most popular during the dry season, between November and April. The country is easily accessible. Visitors .....can visit several beautiful islands and remote areas. Book flights tickets to Manila 3-4 months prior to your departure and enjoy a memorable trip to the ‘Pearl of the Orient’. Show less
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San Vicente Marine Sanctuary
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San Vicente Marine Sanctuary, Lapu-Lapu
San Vicente Marine Sanctuary, Lapu-Lapu
San Vicente Marine Sanctuary, Lapu-Lapu
The Marine Life Park takes up a large portion of the island and houses two of the top tourist attractions in Sentosa Island. It’s home to the Adventure Cove Waterpark and the S.E.A. Aquarium. The waterpark contains a mixture of thrilling water slides and kiddie rides, including a 620-metre long lazy river ride with 13 different tropical jungle scenes. For an immersive experience, go snorkelling in a contained reef system with over 20,000 tropical fish. After spending part of the day at the waterpark, visit one of the world’s largest aquariums. S.E.A. .....Aquarium holds over 45 million litres of water with more than 100,000 marine animals. Walking through the Open Ocean Tank gives you the impression of being on the ocean floor with various fish and marine life swimming all around you. Show less
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Quezon City
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Gawad Kaliga means “to give care” in Tagalog, and for three days, our group got to see first-hand what the organization is doing to meet its ambitious goal of lifting 5 million Filipinos out of poverty by 2024. We spent the first morning of our FAM trip volunteering with a GK community in Quezon City that is home to people with visual disabilities and their families. Then for two nights we stayed at the idyllic GK Enchanted Farm in Angat – only 35 km outside of Manila – which is .....a training ground for social entrepreneurs. We learned about the various enterprises that are based at the farm – from worms to ice pops to stuffed animals – and even got to put I.D. tags on baby goats (a highlight of the trip for sure!). Show less
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Ocean Dreamer Island Tours
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Ocean Dreamer Island Tours, Lapu-Lapu
Ocean Dreamer Island Tours, Lapu-Lapu
During your stay at Fitzroy Island, you will be surprised with the choice of things to do around the island! With a range of water and land activities, everyone is catered for. You can choose to be as active as you want or simply relax and unwind while taking in the beautiful vistas. The picturesque island is a popular wedding destination offering guests and visitors a selection of resort style accommodation and packages. Being close to the mainland, Fitzroy Island is also a popular short romantic getaway and an ideal destination .....for day trippers.’ In 1969, the first holiday home was erected on Fitzroy Island. Eight years later, the first resort was built. Since then, four different resort have been erected – each replacing the last. Fitzroy Island’s luxury resort opened in 2010 and today continues to be a mega tourism drawcard to its safe and sheltered waters. Show less
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Crimson Resort and Spa Mactan
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Crimson Resort and Spa Mactan, Lapu-Lapu
Crimson Resort and Spa Mactan, Lapu-Lapu
Crimson Resort and Spa Mactan, Lapu-Lapu
Although the island stretches out over 60 kilometres long, choosing where to stay in Hvar isn’t such a big challenge. For most travellers, Hvar Town is the most logical choice as many of the top points of interest lie in & around here. For a quieter experience, you may also want to look into staying in nearby Stari Grad or Jelsa a little further afoot. Get your Hvar accommodations search started with these top hotels…
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Moalboal Island Hopping
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Moalboal Island Hopping, Cebu
On the left hand from Panagsama beach you can see a small island – Pescador. Pescador island is one of the attractions of Moalboal, as there is one of the most beautiful places for snorkeling near the island. We went to Pescador island by the advice of the owner of the Parrot Resort, where we stayed. On the central street in Moalboal you can buy group tours, which combine activities in several places for snorkeling and island hopping. But we decided to rent a boat individually.
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Mactan
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From Cebu City’s south bus terminal, we took an air-conditioned bus to Simala for about $5 each. It was about a 2.5 hour ride. Once there, we arranged for a trike (motorcycle taxi cart) driver to take us to the church, wait for us, and take us back to the bus stop for $12. Considering the guy waited during our two-hour long line wait to see the statue, we thought that was a pretty good deal.
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Malapascua Island
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Malapascua Island, Cebu
Malapascua Island is situated at the Northern tip of Cebu, Philippines and has long been known as the best diving spot not only in Cebu, but in the Philippines. It has been recognized for possessing a white sand beach or locally named as Bounty beach. Malapascua Island is also known for its stunning coral gardens and a perfect haven for those that loves to plunge and explore the paradise in the ocean. The Island is also known for effortlessly having a Monad Shoal or an underwater plateau where thresher sharks .....and manta rays can be sighted regularly. Agreeing to an expert, thresher sharks choose to be on this island because of the group of fish that is intended to clean the thresher sharks which makes them comfortably always going back. It’s genuinely interesting and hopefully I could take a look on it someday. Show less
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Abentura Cruises - Cebu Island Hopping Tours
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If you look at a map of the Fort Myers area, you’ll see a string of islands that starts with sizable Sanibel, goes to smaller Captiva, then continues through the Gulf of Mexico with lots of skinnier islands. On any of those you can walk from one side to the other in a few minutes. These are low-key, low-density islands that seldom feel crowded and Useppa is so small that cars aren’t allowed, just bikes and golf carts. You can go on a regularly scheduled passenger ship that tours several of .....the islands and stops for lunch at Cabbage Key, where you can dine under a sea of dollar bills at the famous restaurant. Of course you can also charter a boat from a company like Captiva Cruises for your own group. Show less
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Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center (Crocodile Farm)
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Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center (Crocodile Farm), Puerto Princesa
Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center (Crocodile Farm), Puerto Princesa
Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center (Crocodile Farm), Puerto Princesa
Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center (Crocodile Farm), Puerto Princesa
Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center (Crocodile Farm), Puerto Princesa
Learn more about crocodiles and other animals in their mini zoo. The place is also known as Crocodile Farm and Nature Park which also has a research center that studies the island’s endangered species. The center is open on Mondays to Fridays from 1:30 PM to 5 PM, and on Saturdays from 9 AM to 5 PM, with a lunch break at 12 NN to 1 PM.
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Manila
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This is always the cheapest option for getting to Coron. For some reason, all the flights to this island tend to be really expensive. If you happen to be able to find a cheap, then book it. But the overnight ferry option is a solid budget option.   There is one main ferry company in The Phillippines – 2Go Travel. I’ve only used them for this route, but they also offer a ton of different routes around the country!  For this Manila – Coron overnight ferry, THEY ONLY DEPART ONCE A WEEK ON FRIDAYS. .....  Tip: When you are looking at flights to Manila, try to book a flight that arrives on a Wednesday or Thursday.  That way you can explore for one day, then get on the overnight ferry on Friday evening. Definitely check for flights from Manila to Coron though, as it would be nice to save the overnight journey!  Show less
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Magellan's Marker
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“Be sure to visit J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge,” said Miriam, the representative from The Beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel Tourism team. It was a cloudy morning when we walked the trails of “Ding” Darling. A Great Egret greeted us in the parking lot. It was so quiet and peaceful strolling down Wildlife Drive. There were no tram rides on Fridays — just the wildlife and a few humans.
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Mövenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu
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For food fans, there’s a variety of great dining options in Amelia Island, ranging from casual bistros to upscale dining experiences. Chef Scotty Schwartz’ neighborhood bistro, 29 South, provides guests with a true taste of Southern cuisine with popular dishes such as fried green tomatoes, a sweet-tea brined pork chop and a unique lobster corn dog. For dessert, don’t miss trying the award-winning coffee and doughnuts featuring coffee ice cream and a sweet bread-pudding custard. The restaurant uses natural and organic products with many items sourced from the on-site garden. For a .....unique Florida experience, order a plate of alligator ribs at Gilbert’s Underground Kitchen. Chef Kenny Gilbert was a fan favorite on the 2010 season of Bravo TV’s Top Chef and recently returned to Northeast Florida where he began his culinary career. In addition to the alligator ribs, check out Chef’s southern barbecue featuring grilled andouille sausage, turkey, pork and brisket sandwiches. The AAA Five-Diamond restaurant, Salt, located inside the Ritz-Carlton Amelia Island features upscale dining overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Pair elements from both the land and sea with seasonal produce—reservations are highly recommended for this fine dining establishment. Show less
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Rizal Park
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The Rizal Park is a monumental area in Manila, dedicated to the gallant hero – Jose Rizal. His statue and monument stand in the center of the park, right across the Roxas Boulevard. Several tourists can be seen clicking photographs of the famous icon. And, there is no entrance fee. Enjoy and relax as you feel.
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Panay
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We got the services of BISUMI Tours and Services, which is managed by Ryan Cardona (also a popular name in blogs). We were quoted a total of P5,200 per person for a three-day tour of North and South Batan and Sabtang. This includes all registration and entrance fees, sea and land transfers, and lunch for three days. You’ll also get valuable information from their tour guides. Too steep? (I was okay with steep because this was a honeymoon, after all.) Another thing you could consider, especially if you’re a couple, would .....be to take a tricycle to tour you around. It would cost you P1,000 for a North Batan tour and P1,500 for South Batan. It would be very convenient, though, to get tour services for Sabtang Island. BISUMI quotes P2,000 per person for a Sabtang tour, including transfers, fees, and lunch. Show less
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Abentura Cruises - Cebu Island Hopping Tours
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Abentura Cruises - Cebu Island Hopping Tours, Cebu
Abentura Cruises - Cebu Island Hopping Tours, Cebu
Experience more of the crystalline water and white sand beaches for Virgin Island is only 15 minutes away from Bantayan Island. The cost is around P1400 minimum of four (4) persons. Snorkeling is also offered showcasing the abundant and beautiful corals. Snorkel fee is about P70. One more thing great about this is that, the island is not crowded meaning a lot more rooms for solitude and enjoyment.
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Chocolate Hills
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Chocolate Hills, Cebu
The Osmena Peak is situated on one of the highest mountains in Cebu. The rugged structure and beauty draw people towards it. Rubbing shoulders with Chocolate Hills in Bohol, the Osmena Peak is a great spot for camping too. Embark on an early morning trek and pass through grassy hills and thriving vegetable farms. As you walk up, the landscape begins to change, allowing you to admire the foggy surroundings and enjoy a 360° view of the surrounding.
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Panagsama Beach
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Moalboal on Cebu island is convenient to stay, because you do not need to go anywhere for snorkeling and diving – just any time you want to go to the central street, then down to Panagsama Beach — and already 20 meters from the shore you can enjoy a colorful, so-called “home” coral reef. If the weather in Moalboal is good – you’ll have perfect snorkeling! You can rent snorkeling equipment in Moalboal in your hotel or in dive shops on the main street near Panagsama beach. The cost of rent for 1 day is
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Kon Tiki Reef Dive Site
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Kon Tiki Reef Dive Site, Lapu-Lapu
Kon Tiki Reef Dive Site, Lapu-Lapu
Kon Tiki Reef Dive Site, Lapu-Lapu
Kon Tiki Reef Dive Site, Lapu-Lapu
There are many hiking trails throughout the National Seashore. Yet the most popular hiking route to take during a Cumberland Island day trip is what’s known as the “Southend Loop Trail.” Really, this Southend Loop Trail is a series of interconnecting trails to form a 4.3-mile hike around the southern portion of Cumberland Island. It’s a fairly easy and flat trek that incorporates many of Cumberland Island’s different ecosystems, in addition to some of its historical highlights. The network of trails is easy to navigate. And an insert in the official Cumberland .....Island map & guide even provides a small call-out with directions and distances. The Southend Loop starts from the Sea Camp docks and heads along Fauncy Bluff Creek on the River Trail. The trail eventually opens up to a field where the former icehouse now holds a small museum. Further into the Historic District, you’ll come across the remnants of the famed 59-room Carnegie mansion known as Dungeness, built in the late 1800s but now stands as ruins due to a 1959 fire. The many picnic tables scattered around the Historic District make an ideal lunch stop. Proper eating areas become more scarce on the remainder of the route. This Historic District is also a great place to find horses, while hiking the Southend Loop Trail. Cutting east towards the beach, hikers will reach the Green-Miller cemetery, then a scenic marsh boardwalk. Soon after exiting the wetlands area, the dunes come into focus. It’s over those dunes where a walk up Cumberland Island’s untamed beach begins. After a 1.5 walk along the sand, don’t miss the marker for Sea Camp. That’s the place to cut across the island through a scenic canopy of oak trees that leads directly back to the Sea Camp boat docks. It’s a great trek that can easily fill an entire Cumberland Island day trip. Cumberland Island National Park suggests that it takes between 2-4 hours. That’s easily possible. Yet the Southend Loop trail can just as easily be stretched out to a 7+ hour hike, when pausing often to take in the history, view & photograph wildlife, read plaques, stop for lunch, and to simply relax & enjoy the natural beaches. More info on South End Loop Trail: An official map and guide can be found on the park’s website: here.   Show less
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Fort Santiago
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✔Philippines Guidebook by Nastia Khanenia and Andrei Salokhin. A detailed description of the Philippines, our 70-page travel guide is perfect for budget travelers! Here you will find practical information about traveling and saving money in one of the most beautiful countries in the world. You will get suggested routes, budget, ways to save money, interesting and unique features, non-touristic restaurants, markets and bars and much more! Click here to learn more and buy the guidebook.       ⭐ Book a Trip to Philippines: Tips and Tricks Book a flight Find a cheap flight using Skyscanner or Jetradar. These .....are two of our favorite search websites, because they search for airfares around the world, thus showing actual prices.Book your accommodation You can book a hotel on booking.com, as it always shows the cheapest rates for hotels and guesthouses. We use this service all the time. This is our favorite website for booking accommodation when travel.Do not forget about travel insurance Travel insurance will protect you from illnesses, injuries, thefts and other troubles. This is protection in case something goes wrong. We never go on a trip without insurance, as we had to use it many times in the past. We use the best service of insurance companies World Nomads for many years, which we also recommend.Looking for services to save money? Check out our page for all the services or the best companies to use when you are traveling! We name all those that we use to save money when traveling – and we are sure they will help you too!Looking for more information about visiting Philippines? View our eBook – a detailed guidebook about Philippines, where you will find more tips on what to see and things to do, the prices on the main travel issues, how to save money and much, much more! LIKE THIS POST? PIN FOR LATER! Show less
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Baker's Hill
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Picture Shrek living in the Shire from the Hobbit. That is how I would describe Baker’s Hill. It’s a weird, quirky little garden filled with shops that sells baked goods. However strange it is, it’s still a wonderful place for photography, with it’s beautiful signage and flowers. And of course, who can resist a selfie with the giant Shrek statue.
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Asian Aerospace Corporation Mactan Hangar
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The village of Hanga Roa is quaint, to say the least. It has a church, school, etc. just like any small village. But almost every building in town appears to be either a restaurant, souvenir shop, car rental, or guest house. Only a handful of houses and storefronts do not deal directly with tourism. A decade ago, tourism generated 25% of Easter Island’s income. That number has simply soared since I visited in 2007. Everything on Easter Island seems oriented around tourism, and the number of tourists has now far eclipsed .....the levels the island can handle—it’s suffering from overtourism largely due to the increased number of flights, which makes the island more accessible than ever.  Think about it like this: About 5,000 people (many of them native Rapa Nui) live on the island year-round. In 2007, about 40,000 tourists a year visited Easter Island. Now that number is upwards of 1,000.  Many tourists travel from Latin America, which makes sense since Chile is the only country offering direct flights to Easter Island. The other half of tourists venturing this far are mostly from the U.S. and the UK, with a few Japanese, French (from Tahiti), and “other” Europe. I encountered one guy the last two days at two separate maoi locations. He was Japanese and traveled  with an older film camera and a tripod. He had the patience of Job. He sat with his camera pointed at one statue for the entire time I was there (about an hour). I don’t know if he ever took a photo as he was waiting for the clouds and the light to shift just right. For travelers, visiting the island, know that—like most islands in the world—things are not cheap. You’ll pay a premium, but the local seafood is top-notch, so you’re getting quality for the price.  Use our free Easter Island Travel Guide to plan your trip. Show less
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Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park
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When we got out of the airport in Puerto Princesa City, I started to think that maybe there was a reason for most people wanting to bypass the place. The place simply lacked charm. Looking out the window on our way to the hotel, almost immediately I was thinking of Plan B, and how to break our reservations and head over to either Coron or El Nido. I decided to stay the course and do my best to explore Puerto Princesa, and in doing so, experienced a Palawan that many .....decide to miss.eval(ez_write_tag([[580,400],'dishourtown_com-box-4','ezslot_6',115,'0','0'])); If El Nido is at the top of your list, check out these Top 10 things to do in El Nido. Show less
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Soong Center, Mactan, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu City
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Soong Center, Mactan, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu City, Lapu-Lapu
Soong Center, Mactan, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu City, Lapu-Lapu
The Georgia Sea Turtle Center is Georgia’s only sea turtle education and rehabilitation facility. At the Center, visitors can learn about sea turtles with interactive exhibits. We got the chance to visit the last time we were on Jekyll and it was so much fun and so informative.  Next time, we will definitely make time to go back   One of the things I love about Jekyll Island is that there is so much to do that it’s like a new vacation every time we go back!  We can’t wait to go .....back so that we can try a few things that we missed like Horseback riding, fishing, and kayaking! There are so many activities that it can seem like a different vacation each and every time.   So there you have it! 5 fun things for families to do on Jekyll Island. Which one are you and your family going to try?   Show less
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Bali Subdivision
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Bali Subdivision, Lapu-Lapu
Bali Subdivision, Lapu-Lapu
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Bali Subdivision, Lapu-Lapu
Ubud is about an hour and a half’s drive from Denpasar International Airport and can be reached by shuttle bus, public bus or private taxi. The last option costs about 20 € for a comfortable ride from the airport to your hotel. You can rent a scooter on site. That’s the best way to get around Ubud, but be careful. The roads are good, but the traffic is dense and the accidents are numerous. If you stay in the city, it is safest to walk and take a private taxi for .....tours outside the city. We advise against renting a car, which is too expensive and risky. Show less
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Fort San Pedro
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Fort San Pedro, Lapu-Lapu
Fort San Pedro, Lapu-Lapu
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Fort San Pedro, Lapu-Lapu
The Forts has to be the most popular bushwalks on the island. The track leads up to some critical World War II fortifications and infrastructure. These buildings and facilities were used to defend Townsville and the surrounding coastline from Japanese invasion. Now, they remain an excellent spot to catch some spectacular views over the island and to explore abandoned bunkers and communications towers. We were also fortunate enough to spot several wild Koalas who live natively on Magnetic Island.
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Apo Island
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Apo Island, Lapu-Lapu
Apo Island, Lapu-Lapu
Apo Island, Lapu-Lapu
Looking for a more convenient option to get to Apo Island? Traveling from Siquijor? If your answer is yes, then take the Apo Island tour offered by Coco Grove Beach Resort. With this island tour, you get to visit the island of Apo in a very convenient fashion on a luxurious yacht. For 1,600 PHP, the tour will also include food, guides as well as snorkeling gear. You can book this tour through a travel agency. One of the travel agencies I know that’s offering this package is Tickets to Ride.  
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Cebu Tours
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Cebu Tours, Lapu-Lapu
Cebu Tours, Lapu-Lapu
Cebu Tours, Lapu-Lapu
Cebu Tours, Lapu-Lapu
Cebu Tours, Lapu-Lapu
Cebu Tours, Lapu-Lapu
Joiner Tour: P550+ per person ➡️ CHECK UPDATED RATES One of the highlights of the Coron town tour is Mt. Tapyas; the latter is a fixture of the town’s landscape. It towers over its surroundings at 210m high; those who aren’t outdoorsy don’t have to fret. There are more than 700 concrete steps that lead all the way to the peak. There are many paved decks with some chairs to sit on whenever you stop to rest. Some locals dash up to the top and down again for exercise; you can do .....the same if you’re a fitness buff. The cross at the top is another distinguishing feature of the mountain. Mt. Tapyas is also the best place to watch either the sunset or sunrise; the golden rays of the sun will turn the blue skies into a haze of orange then into a sharp red. It is possible to get to Mt. Tapyas without booking a tour, you can charter a tricycle to take you or walk all the way. Another noteworthy destination included in the town tour is Maquinit Hot Springs. The latter is the perfect place to relax and unwind after exploring the nearby islands or going up and down Mt. Tapyas. The hot waters revitalize and rejuvenate your tired body. This destination is quite far and may take half an hour by tricycle from the town center. If you just want to go to the hot springs, a tricycle can take you for about P350 round trip. There is also an entrance fee of P150/person. The itinerary may include some souvenir shops, discuss with the operator about inclusions and stops for your trip. You don’t have to book a tour to explore the town, you can visit places on your own by chartering a tricycle or even walking to some places. Maquinit Hot Springs is the furthest destination; you’d have to rent a motorcycle or trike to get there, unless you want to walk for a long time. Show less
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Twin Lagoon Entrance
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Twin Lagoon Entrance, Philippines
Twin Lagoon Entrance, Philippines
Twin Lagoon Entrance, Philippines
Twin Lagoon Entrance, Philippines
Twin Lagoon Entrance, Philippines
Twin Lagoon Entrance, Philippines
One of the most popular destinations in Coron is the Twin Lagoons.   As our boat made it’s way into the first lagoon, I could see about 5 other boats docked with only the crew and a few tourists left behind.  We found a spot in the lagoon and began to strap on our bright orange and yellow life vest. I walked to the front of the boat, Go Pro in hand, and yelled out that I was going to jump off from the boat.  YIPEE! In order to get to the .....other lagoon, depending on the tide, you can either swim under the rock opening or take the ladder bridge.  When I went, the tide was low, we swam from the first lagoon under the rocks to the second lagoon. I was transported into a paradise.  We swam around the lagoon, playing in the water. We had our snorkel gear but there wasn’t much to see especially since there are areas where the fresh water and salt water meet. Show less
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Cebu Happy World Museum
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Cebu Happy World Museum, Lapu-Lapu
Cebu Happy World Museum, Lapu-Lapu
Cebu Happy World Museum, Lapu-Lapu
Cebu Happy World Museum, Lapu-Lapu
Cebu Happy World Museum, Lapu-Lapu
Cebu Happy World Museum, Lapu-Lapu
If you’re wondering what to do in Sentosa Island for an unforgettable experience, visit the Trick Eye Museum. The museum contains many wall paintings and installations designed to trick the mind. At the Trick Eye Museum You’ll find over 80 optical illusions that you can interact with. The paintings cover a variety of themes including supernatural, fairy tale, fantasy, and excitement. In the world of masterpieces, you can step into world-famous paintings. It’s an immersive experience and fun for visitors of all ages. The museum encourages visitors to touch and interact with .....the installations and to take plenty of photos. Show less
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