Cebu continues to be one of the fastest-growing provinces in the country. Living up to its moniker as the Queen City of the South, Cebu City is one of the leading cities of the country when it comes to tourism.
WWF Philippines' goal of the event was to introduce a new project entitled “The Sustainable Diner: A Key Ingredient of Sustainable Tourism.” It is designed to raise awareness about food waste and how it contributes to carbon emission and worsen climate change. Solutions were presented to help everyone get started on the fight against food wastage.
Although the 200mL packaging has become popular in the market, smaller Novuhair bottles will be available in the market very soon. Watch out for it before the end of August, because it will surely be a treat to you and your thinning hair.
If you find yourself wandering in Ayala Center Cebu looking for a really exciting gadget, here are some of the items that you may want to consider.
In the past, people used bow and arrow and hunted for the need to provide food; today, this outdoor activity has become a hobby for many nature lovers. Many will see the downside of hunting, which is killing animals.
These four types of holidays are the most popular, but they’re not the only ones out there: you can also think about hiking holidays, cruises, adventure holidays, or even island resorts
Candiez Café definitely delivers on its promise to be a comfy and chic café with great food. What’s even better is that their prices only range from 150php to 300php only! Definitely a must-visit when you go to Mandaue City!
The youth of Sitio Tierra Dulce in Inayawan in Cebu City has come up with an initiative to address the pressing issue. Organizing a mini-beauty pageant dubbed as Miss Teen Dashoa to help create awareness and promote upcycling and at the same time honoring Sr. San Jose, their patron saint.
If you’re looking for authentic Cebuano food that will top up your Cebu experience, look no further – Isla Sugbu Seafood City is the must-see place for you
The Philippines has a short history with nuclear power plants and it begins and ends with the Bataan Powerplant built back in 1976 as a response to the worldwide oil crisis. It’s a fully complete power plant that never saw fuel following the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster.