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Cebu City News : Wednesday, March 4, 2015 -- Cebu City Ninos top CVIRAA : BALAMBAN, Cebu – For the 23rd straight year, the Cebu City Ninos finished as the overall champions in the Central Visayas Regional Athletics (CVIRAA) regional meet which ended Monday, March 2 in this southwest town of Cebu, about an hour's drive from Cebu City. However,.... Full Story»

Barangays (80) of Cebu City, in the province of Cebu, within Region 7 in the Republic of The Philippines
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  • Cebu City is the capital city of the Cebu province in the Philippines and is part of Region VII

List of Municipalities (44) in the Cebu Province within Region VII in the Republic of The Philippines
Alcantara Alcoy Alegria Aloguinsan Argao Asturias Badian Balamban Bantayan Barili Boljoon Borbon Carmen Catmon Compostela Consolacion Cordova Daanbantayan Dalaguete Dumanjug Ginatilan Liloan Madridejos Malabuyoc Medellin Minglanilla Moalboal Oslob Pilar Pinamungahan Poro Ronda Samboan San Fernando San Francisco San Remigio Santa Fe Santander Sibonga Sogod Tabogon Tabuelan Tuburan Tudela
*Cities (9) in the Province of Cebu: Bogo City Carcar City Cebu City Danao City Lapu-Lapu City Mandaue City Naga City Talisay City Toledo City

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Cebu City,
Cebu, Philippines

  • Cebu City is the oldest city in the Philippines. Discovered as a Trading port by the Spaniards who later formed a settlement there named Villa del Santisimo Nombre de Jesus in 1575 which later became a municipality in 1901 and grow into a chartered city on February 24, 1937.
  • Cebu City is the capital city of the Cebu province in the Philippines and is part of Region VII. Cebu City is classified as a "highly urbanized" city.
  • Section 25 of RA3857 Provides that "The qualified voters of the City of Cebu shall be entitled to vote in the election of the provincial governor, the provincial vice-governor and the members of the Provincial Board of Cebu, and, for this purpose, the city shall continue to form part of the province."
  • Section 103 of RA3857 Provides that "Until otherwise provided by law, the City of Cebu, shall continue as part of the second congressional district, and as the capital of the province".
  • With the enactment of Bilang 51 on December 22, 1979, the city of Cebu now belonged to the newly-introduced "highly urbanized city" distinction and therfore lost its eligibility to participate in provincial elections regardless of what its charter indicated.
  • Cebu City has a total of 80 barangays.


Cebu City News

Cebu City Ninos top CVIRAA

By Mars Alison (

The Ninos rake in a total of 115 gold, 93 silver, and 63 bronze medals

BALAMBAN, Cebu – For the 23rd straight year, the Cebu City Ninos finished as the overall champions in the Central Visayas Regional Athletics (CVIRAA) regional meet which ended Monday, March 2 in this southwest town of Cebu, about an hour's drive from Cebu City.

However, it is Mandaue City that made history by finishing in second place for the first time in this regional meet which will serve as the selection of athletes who will represent the Central Visayas to the Palarong Pambansa happening on May at Tagum City, Davao del Norte.

The Ninos were uncontested as the overall champions raking in a total of 115 gold medals, 93 silver and 63 bronze medals after ruling both the secondary and elementary divisions.

Mandaue, on the other hand, had a medal count of 57-36-39 relegating perennial second placer Cebu Province to third overall after this year's host of the regional meet only managed a medal haul of 33-44-57.

Adeline Luarez, the sports coordinator of the Mandaue City Schools Division, attributes their team's steady climb to the top of the rankings in the regional meet to their year-round training and exposures to the Batang Pinoy and the Milo Little Olympics.

Since 2007 when Luarez first took over as sports coordinator, Mandaue had placed fifth in the CVIRAA then climbed to fourth and last year they finished in third place.

Aside from Mandaue, also making a surprise finish in the top 5 is Talisay which had a medal count of 20-14-17 owing to its elementary tankers while once again finishing fifth is Lapu-Lapu City with 18-17-27.

Talisay's rout at the pool was led by Psalm Deniel Aquino who contributed a total of five individual medals.

The bulk of Cebu City's medals were handed in by its secondary athletes who accounted for a medal haul of 84-59-34 gold, silver, bronze.

Cebu City and Mandaue had the same number of gold medals from its elementary athletes at 31. However, the Ninos took the first place because it had 34 silver medals and 29 bronze while Mandaue only managed a 7-4 count.

Cebu City dominated athletics with 24 gold medals, gymnastics with 23 gilts, swimming with 25 gold and taekwondo with 15 gold medals.

Notable performances among the Ninos gold medal contributors were tanker Michael Ichiro Kong who swept all of his events including two relays for a total of seven gilts, and gymnasts Daniella Dela Pisa, who also bagged the gold in all her events including the team event for a total of six gilts.

The Ninos also won the secondary boys basketball, elementary boys basketball, elementary football, secondary girls softball, secondary boys volleyball and secondary boys sepak takraw.

The only events that the Ninos missed out on gold medals were in baseball wherein it finished with silver in secondary and elementary baseball, and boxing wherein it only managed a silver and a bronze.

Mandaue, for its part, had most of its gold medals coming from arnis after clinching 20 of the 28 gilts at stake in the event. Its tankers also contributed 10 gold medals while another eight came from its athletes in athletics.

Its athletes in athletics also clinched the first gold medals in this year's regional meet. Shanelle Demilys Siasoyco of Sacred Heart School-Ateneo de Cebu (SHS-AdC) took the first gold medal with her best personal throw of 10.30-meter in the secondary girls' shotput event. Shen Camay of the Mandaue City Central Elementary School followed suit in the elementary girls division of the same event with her best throw of 8.17-m.

Mandaue also notched the elementary girls volleyball title and the secondary football title, perhaps one of its notable win in the week-long meet because before it clinched the title against Dumaguete, 2-0, it prevented the defending champions Cebu City Ninos from advancing to the finals with a 3-1 win in their semifinals match.

The Mandaue secondary football team was comprised of booters s coming from SHS-AdC and reinforcements from Canduman National High School while the Cebu City Ninos was manned by booters from the Don Bosco Technology Center (DBTC) and beefed up by players from the University of Southern Philippines and Paref Springdale.

The last time that Mandaue had held the title was in 2012. During their semifinals match, Mandaue's consistent goalscorers—Kintaro Miyagi of SHS-AdC and Joseph Caderao of Canduman did not disappoint.

Miyagi, a former Little Azkals, scored the first goal when his shot to the top corner of the goal surprised Cebu City's goalkeeper Kenry Balobo with just 11 minutes into the match.

Miyagi struck again in the 32nd minute and had his hip hit by Balobo's boot as the goalkeeper tried to stop him from scoring his second goal. Miyagi dropped to the ground but made the effort to stand up to make sure the goal had gone in before crumpling again on the ground and had to be stretchered off the pitch.

He, however, went back to play in the second half wherein Caderao had taken over the scoring cudgels with a goal in the 54th minute.

Moiselle Angelo Alforque of DBTC and the Ninos' team captain prevented his team from getting shutout by converting a penalty in the 65th minute. Alforque and Miyagi used to be teammates during their Little Azkals days.

Last Day

Highlighting the last day of competition last Monday was the secondary basketball finals between the defending champions Mandaue and the Cebu City Ninos which packed the Mayor E.S. Binghay Memorial Cultural Center to the rafters.

Mandaue was manned by hoopsters also from SHS-AdC while Cebu City Ninos had its team made up of players from the University of the Visayas, University of San Carlos and Cebu Intitute of Technology University.

Mandaue's lineup included Palarong Pambansa 2013 Most Valuable Player Janjan Jaboneta and Zachary Lance Eden Huang, who will soon be joinning the University of Santo Tomas Growling Tigers.

Mandaue had waxed hot at the start anchored on the baskets of Jaboneta and posted an eight-point lead in the first quarter.

However, Ninos' Raul Cabahug and Orlan Wamar combined to wrestle the lead from Mandaue at 23-22 in the second quarter.

A trey from Steven Co allowed Mandaue to take back the lead at 30-29 with just seconds left in the second quarter. However, a counted foul on Wamar, who also sank both his free throws thereafter, allowed the Ninos to end the second quarter on top with 34-30.

The Ninos never relinquished the lead from the time it took it at the end of the second quarter until the end of the game erecting it's highest lead at 17 points with three minutes left in the fourth quarter on Wamar's trey.

The Mandaue cagers couldn't just sink in their shots but managed to come close on Pio Longga's baskets.

The Cebu City Ninos eventually took the title on a 68-58 win and not only ended Mandaue's three-year reign but also evened its head-to-head against Mandaue at 4-all.

All those who won gold medals in the individual events will automatically get to represent Central Visayas in the Palarong Pambansa while selection for the team events was still being deliberated.

History of Cebu City, Province of Cebu, Philippines

The city of Cebu became a chartered City throgh the enactment of REPUBLIC ACT No. 3857 June 10, 1964

General Information Often called the “ Queen City of the South” and the Seat of Christianity in the Philippines , Cebu is the country's oldest city. Exploring Cebu City , one encounters a rich historic past. Cebuanos are extremely proud of their cultural and historical heritage, a legacy which has endured through the centuries from the time the great explorer Ferdinand Magellan first planted the cross on Cebu 's shore. Time has been kind to Cebu . From Zubu, the busy trading port in 1521, it has evolved into a highly urbanized metropolitan center which now serves as focal point of growth and development in Southern Philippines .

With its 6 cities; Cebu , Danao, Lapu-Lapu, Mandaue, Toledo and Talisay; and its 47 smaller towns, Cebu has more than kept pace with the nation's progress. Today the island province leads in traditional and non-traditional exports and has the highest economic growth rate anywhere in the country. Likewise, recent indications pointed out that Cebu has become the country's favorite tourist destination. In contrast to the bustling metropolis, the rest of Cebu 's 167 islets and islands are lined with idyllic white sandy beaches and pristine clear waters. Cebu has gained wide popularity for fantastic diving grounds evidenced by the proliferation of resorts which offer luxurious accommodations, excellent dive facilities and the services of competent dive masters and dive guides. Cebu 's strategic location makes it ideal for those who wish to travel to the other islands and provinces by plan, boat or bus. No place could be too far from Cebu. ** from: cebu city tourism commission **

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Zubu, was its original name and as far as 800 AD - was already an important trading port for Chinese, Siam, Islamic & Malayan goods.

Cebu is the first and oldest city in the Philippines. It is older than even Maynilad by at least seven years. In it, is the oldest school and oldest street in the country. It boasts of being the birthplace of Christianity in the Far East.

In many ways, Cebu has always been the Pioneer City. It is the land of many "historic firsts" & continues to pave the way for the rest of the country.

April 17, 1521 - the Portugese explorer Ferdinand Magellan, leading a Spanish expidition landed on Mactan Island. Soon afterwards, Rajah Humabon - the ruler of Zubu and a group of 400 Zubuanos were baptized as Catholics. Along with their baptism came the subjugation of the Philippines to Spanish sovereignity.

Spanish reign in Zubu was short-lived. Ferdinand Magellan himself died in the Battle of Mactan - in the hands of a great warrior chieftain - Lapu lapu. The definite cause of the dispute is still a point of arguement among historians. But it is likely to be the world's first violent encounter between Europeans and Filipinos.

From the martial arts point of view, it has been suggested that Lapu lapu used Arnis (ancient Filipino martial art) against Magellan's fencing skills. All Portugese & Spanish officers were required to take fencing, Magellan being no exception. Arnis proved superior.

Although Magellan is credited with the first circumnavigation of the World, he died in & was buried in Mactan.

From 1521 to 1570, Cebu was the effective Capital of the Philippines, which in turn was a province of Mexico. The Spaniards left Cebu in 1570, after repeated attacks from Portugese pirates. Governor-General Miguel Lopez de Legazpi had heard of the existence of a thriving city with a massive bay far north, which was said to be easier to defend - Maynilad.

Modern Cebu is a wonder to behold. It is easily the most progressive city in the Philippines. In southern Cebu, one can find the wondrous "Seven Steps Waterfalls".

Historical Sites of Cebu City

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  • Magellan's Cross
    • The most famous of all historical landmarks in Cebu City. This cross was planted in Cebu shores by Ferdinand Magellan in April 14, 1521, marking the spot where the first Catholic Christians- Rajah Humabon, Queen Juana and about 400 followers were baptized by Fr. Pedro de Valderama. Encased in hollow tindalo wood, it is now for centuries housed in a kiosk made of adobe wood and red-brick tiles. Devout Cebuano's and visitors never fail to pause and pray, drop coins and light votive candles before the Magellan's Cross. It has been venerated by people from all walks of life in the past four centuries.
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  • Fort San Pedro
    • The smallest and oldest tri-bastion fort in the country. Built in 1738 this served as the nucleus of the first Spanish settlement in the Philippines. It's three bastions La Conception, San Ignacio de Loyola and San Miguel till today still stand on their corners. It has a total area of 2,025 sq. meters; the walls are 20 ft. high, 8 ft. thick and each of the towers stands 30 ft. from the ground.
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  • Taoist Temple
    • Located at Beverly Hills, Cebu City. This temple preserves the teachings of Lao-tse the 600 B.C. Chinese Philosopher. Everyday people climb its 99 steps to light joss sticks and have their fortunes read.
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  • Plaza Indepedencia
    • Cebu’s Plaza Independencia was formerly called "Plaza Libertad". Strategically located between Fort San Pedro and the building that used to house the old Gobierno Provincial, it now becomes the most favored spot for picnics and trysts. Dominated by the obelisk of Legaspi, Plaza Independencia is Cebu's most historically significant plaza.
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  • Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño
    • The BASILICA MINORE DEL SANTO NIÑO, the only basilica in the Far East, is yet another historic landmark that will never cease to amaze its visitors. It in itself is a museum, a repository of beautiful religious images, and oil paintings of Augustinian saints, martyrs, and bishops that hang in the corridors of the convent. This Basilica was the former SAN AUGUSTIN CHURCH, built upon the order of by Don Legaspi and Fray Pedro de Urdaneta. The Basilica houses the country's oldest religious image-the Miraculous Image of the Holy Child Jesus more popularly known as "SENOR SANTO NIÑO".
*article from the government of Cebu City*

People of Cebu City, Province of CEBU, Philippines

  • Registered Voters (2009): 486,711
  • Population : (as of Aug 1, 2007): 798,809

Cebu Province has a total population of more than 3 million. Cebuano is the native tongue. While Filipino is commonly understood and spoken, the English language is widely used in business transactions and education.

Elected Government Officials of Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines

The Sangguniang Panlungsod is composed of the City (Municipality) Vice-Mayor as Presiding Officer, regular Sanggunian members (Councilors), the President of the Association of Barangay Captains and the President of the Sangguniang Kabataan.

They shall exercise and perform the legislative powers and duties as provided for under Republic Act No. 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991. Shall consider and conduct thorough study all matters brought to their attention and consequently pass resolutions, enact ordinances and to introduce recommendations.

  • Cebu City is an independent city and is highly urbanized. It is within the province of Cebu but it has its own separate election. The registered voters of Cebu City can't run for office or vote for anyone outside of Cebu City. They are not eligible to participate in provincial elections.

Elected Officers of Cebu City for the term of 2013 - 2016
  • Mayor of Cebu City: Michael Lopez Rama - UNITED NATIONALIST ALLIANCE
  • Councilors of Cebu City:
    • Councilors of the 1st District of Cebu City:
    3. ARCILLA, ALVIN (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 95901 7.54%
    4. ANDALES, BEBS (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 93733 7.37%
    5. JAPSON, LEA (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 90353 7.11%
    6. DIZON, ALVIN (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 85011 6.69%
    7. CABRERA, NIDA (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 83110 6.54%
    • Councilors of the 2nd District of Cebu City:
    1. OSMEÑA, MARGOT (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 123107 7.79%
    2. CARILLO, GERRY (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 116530 7.37%
    3. GABUYA, JUN (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 113901 7.20%
    8. OSMEÑA, RICHIE (LP) LIBERAL PARTY 97916 6.19%
  • House of Representatives of Cebu City:
    • Congressman for the 1st District: DEL MAR, RAUL - LIBERAL PARTY
    • Congressman for the 2nd District: ABELLANOSA, BEBOT - LIBERAL PARTY

Elected Officers of Cebu City for the term of 2010 - 2013

House of Representatives:

ABC President:

SK Chairman:

Elected Officers of Cebu City for the term of 2007 - 2010

House of Representatives:

ABC President:

SK Chairman:

Barangays Elected Officials of Cebu City, Cebu

Businesses in Cebu City, Province of Cebu, Philippines

Invest in Cebu: It is not just a promise or potential, Cebu demonstrated its capability with an excellent economic track record.

  • It is the second largest city and fastest growing economy in the Philippines.
  • Cebu's export growth rate for the past 5 year has averaged close to 20% considerably higher than that of the country and any other province in the Philippines.
  • It leads the country in export items such as furniture, fashion accessories, carrageenan and gifts, toys and housewares.
  • It is the most accessible place in the Philippines, with more domestic air and sea linkages than Manila.
  • Cebu is base to over 80% of inter-island shipping capacity in the Philippines.
  • Cebu is the Tourism Gateway for the Central and Southern Philippines.
  • It is not in an earthquake zone or typhoon belt, nor are there volcanoes in the island.
  • Cebu has one of the best records for peace and order in the country.
  • Its labor force is oriented towards non-agriculture lines and is one of the most productive in the country.

The development of its infrastructure is balanced; it has all the ingredients necessary to be competitive and sustain investments. It is a cosmopolitan area with all the support facilities and amenities needed for an ideal lifestyle.

How to Improve Your Business and Livelihood

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Real Estate or Properties for Sale or lease in Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines

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Churches, Mosques, or Places of Worship in Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines

Catholic Churches in Cebu City
Alliance Of Two Hearts Parish

Horseshoe Drive, Banawa

Archdiocesan Shrine Of Our Lady Of Guadalupe ( Guadalupe Church)


Archdiocesan Shrine Of Our Lady Of Lourdes

F. Llamas St., Punta Princesa

Ayala Center Cebu

Cebu Business Park

Basilica Minore Del Sto. Niño

Osmeña Blvd.

Blessed Sacrament Parish

Reclamation Area

Carmelite Monastery

Juan Luna Ave.

Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral

Mabini St.

Chapel Of Our Lady Of The Miraculous Medal

Gorordo Avenue, Lahug

Holy Cross Parish

Basak, Pardo

Our Lady Of Mt. Carmel Parish - Recoletos

Cor. Magallanes - Leon Kilat Sts.

Our Lady Of The Sacred Heart - Capitol Parish

N. Escario St., Camputhaw

Redemptorist Church

P. O. Box 280

Remedios Parish


Sacred Heart Parish

D. Jakosalem St.

San Isidro Labrador Parish


San Lorenzo Ruiz Parish


San Nicolas De Tolentino Parish

C. Padilla St.

San Vicente Ferrer Parish

Sambag 1 And 2

St. Joseph Patriarch Parish


St. Therese Of The Child Jesus Parish

Pasteur Cor. Edison Sts., Lahug

Sto. Rosario Parish

P. Del Rosario St.

Sto. Tomas De Villanueva Parish


Mary Help Of Christians


Mother Of Perpetual Help Parish

Elizabeth Pond

San Roque Parish


St. Arnold Jannsen Parish

Alumnos, Basak

St. Joseph The Worker (chaplaincy)

Alu, Port Area

Sto. Niño Parish


Sto. Niño Parish


Schools in Cebu City, Province of Cebu, Philippines

School year 2014-2015 starts June 2, 2014 and ends March 27, 2015, for public elementary and secondary schools. The school year will have 201 school days, of which 180 days are “nonnegotiable” student-teacher contact time.

  • Abe International College Of Business And Accountancy - - +63 32 234 2421
  • Cambridge Child Development Centre - - +63 32 233 4690
  • Center For Industrial Technology & Enterprise - +63 32 346 1611
  • Fun And Learn Achievers Academy, Incorporated - +63 32 255 2726
  • Kids' World Child Development Center - +63 32 233 0937
  • Microbagz Computer Services - +63 32 253 8046
  • Plumbing Review - - +63 32 264 5098
  • Sacred Heart School - Jesuit - - +63 32 233 4911
  • University Of Cebu - - +63 32 412 3542
  • University Of San Carlos - - +63 32 253 1000
  • University of San Jose Recoletos
  • Velez College
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Economy of Cebu City, Province of Cebu, Philippines

Outside of Metro Manila, the City of Cebu is considered as one highly urbanized area and metropolitan center with the highest potential for further economic growth. The presence of other growth centers in the immediate vicinities and outlying areas has further strengthened Cebu City’s economic base despite the lack of proper economic plan and/or lack of proper coordination of economic activities within the Metro Cebu Area. This is precisely the rationale for the city’s involvement on the metropolitan planning concept as initiated by the Metro Cebu Development Projects and City Planners. This has been further strengthened by the development policies of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) and the Regional Development Plan which include a Regional Investment Program. The City’s (Cebu) economic development, with the undertaking of its own investment program would therefore be merged with the regional level.

Nevertheless, Cebu City’s role as the urban core and the central business district for the metropolitan area, its sphere of influence throughout the Visayas and Mindanao as an institutional, cultural, commercial and transport center, the presence of a vigorous private enterprises and a strong middle class; and, a stable peace and order situation has catapulated Cebu City as Premier City of the South with a considerable economic potential.

**article from the city government of cebu city**

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Natural Resources of Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines

Protect the environment

It is sad but true that as of the year 2012 the rivers of the Philippines continue to be the #1 Sewer Systems of the Philippines.

Protect & Save the Rivers. Do not let your sewer drain into the river. Your community can be the first to initiate this project.
Build your riverbank protection with a built-in gutter system. Reforest within Ten Years - Guaranteed!

Let us plant more trees in every barangay in the entire Philippines. It does not make any difference if the barangay is urban, partially urban or rural; we need more trees. Trees will prevent erosion, provide oxygen, prevent green house effect, and even a place of business for the shade tree mechanic.

The Philippines is a tropical country and practically anything will grow. The DENR has the planting trees project that goes on every year. Lots of picture taking for the media. Planting trees one by one is the "human" way of doing it. This individual planting of trees is good if done to "line" the roads and highways with trees or along fences or property divisions, or if you have a plantation.

To reforest the nation of the Philippines we have to plant trees the "mother nature" way. Sow the seeds during the rainy season. Go deep into "bald" forests and plant trees by sowing seeds. If there's not enough volunteers to do this, use the military helicopters to fly over the designated areas and sow the seeds.

Guaranteed within a few years, The Philippines will be lush again. >>Read More

We are using our rivers as our sewer system. If you ask a Filipino, "Are the Filipinos a clean people?" The answer is an automatic, "Yes!". However, the Filipinos are suffering from the same disease or attitude as most people do, and that is the "NIMBY" disease or "NIMBY" attitude. (NIMBY) Not In My Back Yard. So it is OK to dump my garbage and sewer there. Not mine! Someone else will take care of it.

This attitude is killing our rivers. Your great-grandparents, grandparents or parents were once proud to tell the stories of how they enjoyed swimming in the river behind your house or nearby. However, you can't say the same or tell the same stories to your kids or grand kids. Why? Because your generation is killing the river.


  • Secretary Ramon J. P. Paje
  • Department of Environment and Natural Resources
  • Visayas Avenue, Diliman, 1100 Quezon City, Philippines
  • +63-2-929-6626

We have so much water in the Philippines and yet very little to drink.

Instead of relying too much on Diesel fuel and Coal to generate the majority of Philippine's Electrical energy Supply, we can concentrate more on renewable and sustainable source of energy such as: Hydro Power, Solar Power, and Wind Power. We have too many black outs.

Tourists Attractions of Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines

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Tourism commission lays out heritage walk package for city (Jun. 13, 2009)

THE Cebu City Tourism Commission (CCTC) intends to develop a walking tour of heritage sites in the city as a tourism product that can be offered to local and foreign visitors.

“We will give the heritage walk a brand,” said tourism commissioner Tetta Baad during the 888 News Forum yesterday at the Cebu City Waterfront Hotel and Casino. Read More

CEBU, Philippines — Cebu ranked no. 4 among Asian island destinations , according to Travel + Leisure magazine, which recently rleased the results of its World’s Best Awards 2009, a listing of the best hotels, airlines, cruises in islands and cities all over the world.

No other Philippine city, island, resort, hotel, or airline made it to the listing in other categories.

The awards are based on the American magazine’s 14th Readers’ Poll survey conducted from mid-January to the end of March this year.

“An unprecedented number of new names and places made their debuts on this year’s list, sometimes unseating longtime favorites,” says Travel + Leisure editor in chief Nancy Novogrod.

Cebu got a rating of 79.68 points.

It ranked behind Bali (87.41), Maldives (84.43), and Phuket (80.93).

Respondents were asked to rate the islands based on natural attractions, activities and sights, restaurant and food, people and value.

They had to rate a candidate on a scale of 1 to 5 where “1” means poor and “5” means excellent.

In the magazine survey, Cebu island was shut out, however, from the coveted list of Top Islands Overall.

Bali with a rating of 87.41 was still no. 1.

Phuket in Thailand ranked second last year but failed to land in this year’s top ten.

Top Islands Overall rankings include: Bali (87.41), Galapagos (86.80), Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia (86.09), Kauai (85.90), Mount Desert Island in Maine (85.87), Maui in Hawaii (85.48), Aeolian Islands in Italy (85.13), Maldives (84.43), Big Island (83.92), and Vancouver Island (83.74).

For the past three years, the announcement of the World’s Best Awards winners has been preceded by the release of findings from The Survey of Affluence and Wealth in America, created by Travel + Leisure’s parent company American Express Publishing and Harrison Group, a strategic-marketing research firm.

Novogrod says she was struck by the consistency of the insights of American consumers. “They have a high regard for value and service, brand loyalty and small rewards,” she said.

The Best Islands awards were divided into geographical categories: Continental US and Canada; Hawaii; the Caribbean, Bermuda, and the Bahamas; Mexico and Central and South America; Europe; Asia; and Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.

The questionnaires were developed by editors of the magazine in association with Harris Interactive, an independent research firm. They were posted in the magazine’s website.

Readers were invited to participate and a select group also received invitations by e-mail. Respondents were screened and responses from any identified travel-industry professionals were eliminated from the final tally.

In the Condé Nast Traveler annual Readers’ Choice Survey, Cebu has occupied the seventh spot in the best island destination in Asia/Indian Ocean three times: in 2008 at 70.9, which is two points short of 2007’s 72.3 points and 2004’s 72.8 points.

Twice, it has been ranked 8th best island destination: in 2006 with 71.0 points and in 2005 with 69.5 in the same magazine survey.

Both Travel + Leisure Magazine and Condé Nast Traveler are American publications based in New York.

Hotels, Motels, Pension Houses in Cebu City

  • Cebu City Marriott Hotel: +63 32 415 6100 - Cardinal Rosales Avenue, Cebu City, Central Visayas 6000, Philippines
  • Waterfront Cebu City Hotel & Casino: +63 32 232 6888 - Lahug, Cebu City, Central Visayas, Philippines‎
  • Cebu Parklane International Hotel: +63 32 411 7000 - N. Escario Street, Lahug, Cebu City, Central Visayas
  • Cebu Midtown Hotel: +63 32 253 9125 - Fuente Osmeña Circle, Santa Cruz, Cebu City, Central Visayas
  • Holiday Plaza Hotel: +63 32 254 98 80 - F. Ramos St., Cebu City, Cebu
  • Montebello Villa Hotel: +63 32 231 3681 - Banilad, Cebu City, Central Visayas, Philippines
  • Marco Polo Plaza Hotel‎: +63 032 253 1111 - Lahug, Cebu City, Central Visayas, Philippines‎
  • Golden Peak Hotel: +63 32 233 8111 - Mandaue, Central Visayas, Philippines‎
  • Diplomat Hotel: +63 032 253 0099 - F. Ramos Street, Santa Cruz, Cebu City, Central Visayas, Philippines‎‎
  • Cebu Northwinds Hotel: +63 032 233 0311‎ - Salinas Drive, Lahug, Cebu City, Central Visayas, Philippines‎
  • Ns Royal Pensionne‎: Juana Osmena Street Camputhaw , Cebu City, Philippines‎ - 032 254 5358‎
  • Shamrock Pension House‎: Fuente Osmena Boulevard , Cebu City, Philippines‎ - 032 255 2999‎
  • Ford's Inn‎: A.S.Fortuna St., Banilad, Cebu City, Central Visayas, Philippines‎ - 032 344 7980‎
  • Golden Valley Pension Inn Inc‎: 155 A. Pelaez , Cebu City, Philippines‎ - 032 253 8660‎
  • Jasmin Pension House‎: Gil Garcia Street Corner Maria Cristina Street , Cebu City, Philippines‎ - 032 255 4559‎
  • Maanyag Pension House‎: 255-A Archbishop Reyes Avenue Lahug , Cebu City, Philippines‎ - 032 232 8523‎
  • Villa Inez Pension House‎: A Abellana Guadalupe , Cebu City, Philippines‎ - 032 255 4079‎
  • Verbena Pension House‎: 584-A Don Gil Garcia Capitol Site , Cebu City, Philippines‎ - 032 253 0203‎
  • Cebu Regal Pension House‎: 9-A Junquera Extension , Cebu City, Philippines‎ - 032 255 6759‎
  • Cebuview Tourist Inn‎: Balintawak, Santo Niño, Cebu City, Central Visayas, Philippines‎ - 032 254 8333‎

Festivals, Fiestas and Traditions of Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines

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Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines supports Philippine Cycling

Philippine Cycling is about cycling in the Philippnes. Philippine Cycling helps promote bike races, cycling clubs, bicycle tours, and the development of bicycle trails. Activities are coordinated with bike shops and cycling clubs throughout the Philippines to promote the fun of riding bikes. Philippine Cycling will be coordinating events with tour of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Road biking and mountain bikings will be promoted by Philippine Cycling.
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  • CYCLING Le Tour de Filipinas 2015 set as country celebrates 60 years of top-caliber cycling Feb 1 to Feb 4 2015 - View the result of the race: A four stage race. Stage 1 starts in Balanga and back to Balanga for a 126K race Feb 1, 2015 (Sunday); stage 2 starts in Balanga, Bataan to Iba, Zambales for a 154.7 K race Feb 2, 2015 (Monday); stage 3 starts in Iba, Zambales to Lingayen, Pangasinan for a 150.1K race Feb 3, 2015 (Tuesday); stage 4 starts in Lingayen, Pangasinan to Baguio City, Benguet for a 101.7K race Feb 4, 2015 (Wednesday). For a total distance of 532.5 Kms. Read More >>>
  • Ronda Pilipinas: Feb 8 - 27 2015:>> Discovering young riders for the national team will be the main objective of the LBC Ronda Pilipinas 2015 when the country’s premiere cycling race hits the road on Feb. 8 in Butuan City. Ronda Pilipinas executive project director Moe Chulani said the international multistage bikathon, which ends on Feb. 27, will have two qualifying legs of four stages each in Mindanao and the Visayas where the top riders will advance to face a tough foreign challenge in the six-stage Luzon finale. Read More>>>

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