Welcome To Cebu

Cebu stands as the country’s top business and tourist destination. Crowned as the Queen City of the South, it is here where business and leisure breathe together with office buildings and beach resorts finding its own place under Cebu’s friendly skies. 

Cebu is one of the top tourist destinations in the Philippines, is truly a blissful Filipino hub full of bangs, attractions and thrills. From historic landmarks to state-of-the-art modern wonders, Cebu has a dazzling and endless array of pleasant things to offer to foreign globe-trotters and wandering Pinoys. Whether you are a foodie, history buff or a fitness junkie, there is something sweet and special that awaits you in Cebu.

Things To Do

Fort San Pedro

Basilica del Santo Niño

Magellan’s Cross

Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral

The Heritage of Cebu Monument

Colon Street

The Taoist Temple

Cebu Provincial Capitol Building

SM City Cebu

Ayala Center

Mactan Shrine

Getting There

By Air:

The fastest way to reach Cebu is by plane. Cebu is an international destination with flights from Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Japan, Taiwan and South Korea. Arrival is at at the Mactan International Airport almost daily. From Manila, Cebu is just an hour away by plane. It is an ideal jump-off point for other tourist attractions in Visayas and Mindanao.

Mactan-Cebu  International Airport is serviced by the Cathay Pacific, Silk Air, Korean Air , Asiana Airlines and Qatar Airways.

Local airlines also serve this airport: Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific

By Sea:

Cebu City’s vast, multi-piered port throngs harbor boats travelling around the Philippines. There are daily ferries to and from Cebu, Manila, Bohol, Negros, Leyte, Butuan, Davao, Cagayan de Oro, Ozamis and Iligan among others. Ferry schedules change often so reconfirm departure times you get from guidebooks. There are ferries from other places as well, check locally for details. 

The sea route is serviced by  WG&A Superferry,  Negros Navigation and Sulpicio Lines