Temple of Leah, Cebu
Temple of Leah was build as gesture of love to his late wife for 53 years life partner located at Cebu Transcentral Hey, Cebu City (10.4km). It is the place suit for travellers who love photography and experience a Roman-style temple
Built in honor of a man’s undying love to his late wife, Temple of Leah – which is still undergoing construction – has drawn thousands of visitors due to its renaissance-inspired temple with 24 chambers, museum, gallery and library that keep all of Leah’s favorite collections.
Beautiful place to explore, chill, or hang out. Built by a local Cebuano businessman as a mausoleum for his late wife.
A grand monument to love stands imposing albeit unfinished over Cebu. Temple of Leah is an expansive park built by Teodorico Adarna for his wife Leah. It echoes Roman and Greek architecture, with the Parthenon-inspired edifice as the centerpiece. This 7-storey (and still expanding) structure has an…
The Temple of Leah is located in Barangay Busay in Cebu City. It is built as a symbol of undying love and never ending devotion of Teodorico Adarna to his wife Leah Villa Albino-Adarna. This Roman inspired edifice showcases not only a labyrinthine and sophisticated architecture but also an…
“There are two flower farms in Sirao which are situated next to each other. The original and is dubbed as “Little Amsterdam” is the second farm. Sirao flower farms have gained prominence for growing Celosia flowers which come in yellow, orange and fuchsia colors. The place is best visited in the morning to avoid the crowd. (Although there are flowers all-year round, it can become scarce after harvest. Better plan your trip in October where all areas are covered with flowers.)”
“A must for tourist! A symbol of how Christianity started in the country, brought by Ferdinand Magellan.”
Place of Worship
“The temple which towers for about 300 meters above sea level was built in 1972 by a Chinese community and has been open to worshipers and non-worshipers alike”
“One of the oldest and major malls in Cebu City. You can find almost anything and everything here from budget to upscale.”
“There’s plenty of history to be seen in Cebu City, and Fort San Pedro is one such historic location. First built as a wooden fort around 1565, the current structure is a triangular bastion fort that has been around since 1738. Nowadays, Fort San Pedro no longer houses soldiers but a museum, an open-air theater, and the Cebu office of the Department of Tourism. If you’re looking to be transported back to colonial times, Fort San Pedro is the place to go. Type: Tourist attraction Location: A. Pigafetta Street, Cebu City, 6000 Cebu Directions: Fort San Pedro is a 40-minute drive from the Mactan-Cebu International Airport. From the airport, take Lapu-Lapu Airport Rd to M.L. Quezon National Hig”