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As the scene of one of the country’s most important battles, Lapu-Lapu has an intricate history and strong sense of community. The area is known for its fascinating shrine complex, picturesque beaches and colonial relics. Learn about the local culture in the markets and churches of this intriguing city.
Rent a boat from the Cebu Yacht Club for a trip around the islands. Enjoy views of the water at sunset and dine at a restaurant in this high-end boat club.
Find out about the Mactan Battle at Magellan’s Monument, which features a statue of the Portuguese explorer credited with bringing Christianity to the islands. See the adjacent shrine of Lapu-Lapu Monument to the indigenous leader who killed him.
Visit Our Lady of the Rule Church, which plays an important community role. Locals congregate here to socialize and worship together. See the church at night, when its crosses glow bright blue and the façade takes on tinges of yellow.
Peruse the range of shops in the Gaisano Grand Mall Mactan. Purchase mango, garlic and other tasty local products from the supermarket.
Attend a variety show at The Jungle Cultural Entertainment Center, which is renowned for its fire dancers. The complex also offers snorkeling, diving with sharks, market tours and sea walking.
Find the town on the tiny Mactan Island east of Cebu Island in the southern part of the Philippines. Arrive at the Mactan-Cebu International Airport from other destinations in Asia and get around the area by jeepney or taxi.
The impressive Marcelo Fernan Bridge connects the two islands. Gaze up at its imposing columns and appreciate the sea views from the center of the bridge.
Lapu-Lapu offers a fascinating insight into local history and customs. Anticipate hot days year-round in this tropical setting.
Great location. Staff are so friendly and cater for your needs.
Classy hotel. Best beach on Mactan Island. Abundance of marine life by the shore. Great for kids. Well manicured and maintained property.
Staff, location hotel really took care of their guest.
Even after repeated requests from some guests over many months, the hotel still provides a very limited range of TV channels that exclude popular international channels line CNN, BBC, History etc etc. Mostly just local channels. I assume this is the owner wanting to save money by proving the cheapest ...
It was nice for what it was. My only grip was my room was in front of the street and it gets loud. I could've asked for another room but it was ok.
Very peaceful ambiance, friendly & helpful staff (one guy @ Briza remembered what I ordered at the beach in the afternoon) and they upgraded my room to a suite!