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TODAY: 10 Famous Landmarks in Cebu City

So now, how about those top landmarks in Cebu City? Well, especially if you are new or have not really been to Cebu, visiting these attractions within the city would surely be worth your time — as more than just souvenirs, having photos wherever you may go are memories to cherish.

Still, while the older the landmark, the better it is for posterity — there are some spots that are not even a decade old which is a good sign since it only means Cebu City is not just trying to preserve its tourist attractions but making new ones as well.

And so, here now are the 10 Famous Landmarks in Cebu City..

Basilica Del Sto. Niño
Magellan’s Cross
Fort San Pedro
Cebu Heritage Monument
Colon Street: The Oldest Street in the Philippines
Pedro Calungsod Chapel
SM Seaside City Cebu: The 3rd Largest Mall in the Philippines
Cebu Taoist Temple
Sirao Flower Farm: Cebu’s Little Amsterdam
Temple of Leah

There are certainly other sites in the city, like our featured image — it’s the Cebu Provincial Capitol; however, while some of them may also be beside those we picked (like, Plaza Independencia is just in front of Fort San Pedro, also, SM Seaside and the Pedro Calungsod Chapel are just fronting each other), we actually chose spots based on what truly defines Cebu City — yes, as of today.

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TODAY: Top 10 Mall Games in Cebu City

It’s the Halloween, and what timing! Longer holidays and sure, people just enjoying their vacation. Well, while many may have gone to their hometowns, else, beaches and other interesting places. Malls still do offer some unique fun, not just movies but in games as well — yes, whether for children or adults!

But before we proceed, here’s an interesting trivia. Did you know that most of these mall games have various names depending on the mall that you’re in? This could be confusing, thus, we just decided to give them our own descriptive name instead — so, just take a careful look at the pictures for you to recognize these games.

Here goes..

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Shooting Hoops

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Kiddie Fun Ride

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Combat Video Game

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Stuffed Toy Grabber

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Car Driving Simulator

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Deep Sea Board Shooting

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Coin Treasure

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Videoke Box

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Gun Shooting Video Game

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2K Basketball Video Game

If some of your favorite mall games are ranked lower, or are not even on this list — then it means they are not found in most malls but are only seen in selected or larger malls in Cebu City. And so if they are not around, how could they be played with, right?

Anyway, there’s just so much more to add or improve in terms of mall games in this part of the world — no worry, we’ll get there.

TODAY: Top 10 Food Kiosks in Cebu City

Okay, let’s now get into kiosks — not those big, fast food chains or restaurants that we instinctively think of but the more popular, little ones that we usually see in the malls of Cebu City.

Yes, while a couple of them may have already found their way out of food carts and onto resto-type spots with a few tables and chairs — they still could not be categorized as a full-fledged food store as they still don’t have enough of such franchises instead many still thrives on kiosks that we know of.

And so, we bring you today’s Top 10 Food Kiosks in Cebu City which we categorized as follows: Current Craze, Fast Rising, and Old Favorites.

CURRENT CRAZE

  • LEYLAM. Now, who doesn’t like beef? Well most everyone does except, understandably, for those bounded by religious beliefs as well as some vegans out there. And with options for rice, noodles or wrap, Leylam has become the biggest hit in Cebu City as you could have them for either a dreamy snack or a delightful meal.
Leylam
  • POTATO CORNER. Fries. And more fries. Guess, it’s more than just those flavorings but it’s simply the love for these delectable slices of deep-fried potatoes that even with just plain salt would do.
Potato Corner
  • HOTDOG ON STICKS. Cheesedog. Bacondog. Save for a real dog, hotdogs have been a favorite practically since time immemorial — that other similar kiosks have sprouted all over town!
Hotdog On Sticks
  • PEDRO PEDRICO’S. For pizza fans, this store must be heaven. While they don’t really have as many flavors as those big players, their options for slices and solo packs gives them that edge on affordability.
Pedro Pedrico’s

FAST RISING

  • TURKS. Here’s more meat and all wrapped for you in Turks — where the only disadvantage could in fact be its classy image and therefore its price, yeah, as we are speaking of the general public.
Turks
  • SANTINO’S SUPREME SLICES. Speaking of class and just like Turks, it’s the layout of Santino’s is what makes it classier than other pizza kiosks. Then again, with mainly just four common flavors, the only advantage it has compared to those bigger pizza chains is that it could be bought per slice — while against other kiosks is of course its size.
Santino’s Supreme Slices
  • LUGAW NI BOSSING. Clearly, many just liked the idea of bringing mother’s arroz caldo out of the kitchen and onto the public through Lugaw ni Bossing as we could see in its reception. But while there may be some differences with mom’s delicious home-cooked delicacy, this is the closest that you can get.
Lugaw ni Bossing

OLD FAVORITES

  • CEBU’S ORIGINAL LECHON BELLY. The simple yet not so simple lechon has been the pride of Filipino cuisine. Yet even with its crispy skin, how could we just forget its succulent belly?
Cebu’s Original Lechon Belly
  • MASTER SIOMAI. Another of Cebu’s pride is the siomai — or the dumpling as known by many other than locals is just as tasty as it could be. And probably the only fix here could be its consistency with the sauce.
Master Siomai
  • WAFFLE TIME. Nope, it’s not really tiring to have especially if it’s cheap and still tasty as pancakes but only with a hotdog or some filling inside. Waffles are simply a good choice for those on a budget.
Waffle Time

Notice that most of these kiosks are just about in every mall in Cebu City?