Not too far from the city so you can make a quick stop here together with a city tour. Nothing really much to see but appreciate the temple. Be ready to hike the stairs...quite a lot of it.
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Back in my college days at USC-Cebu, my small circle of friends used to go sightseeing before the semester ends as most of us were from different provinces. Taoist Temple is one of the attractions I like to visit every time I'm back in Cebu....More
There are a lot of stairs to climb. It s in a quiet neighborhood with checkpoint guard at the entrance. The temples honor different Tao deities. Remove your shoes to enter and show deference to the religion by being quiet. The temples are at different...More
Taoist Temple is one of Cebu's Oldest Tourist Spots, Built sometime in the late 60's. a multi-tiered temple perch on a hill in one of old Cebu's posh subdivision.
The Taoist temple was built in 1972 by the Chinese community of the city of Cebu, being located in Chinatown. It is one of the most recommended monuments to visit in Cebu. The access is free, there are some beautiful and patios between the different...More
Visited here with my girlfriend on our trip around Cebu - we were not disappointed. A beautiful temple commemorating the Chinese culture in the Philippines. Excellent artwork, amazing statues and a fantastic setting in the hills. You can take pictures in certain areas of the...More