I think that the Taoist Temple is one of the places you shouldn’t miss when visiting Cebu. After all, it won’t cost you a single cent if you choose to go, as entrance is free.
I think most people stop to have their photos taken with this dragon.
If you do go to the Taoist Temple, I suggest that you go during the late afternoon so that it wouldn’t be too hot.
There are some areas that you’re not allowed to take photos of. For instance, you cannot take photos of the interiors of this place. Inside, you can have your fortunes told, or you can ask for advice from the saints (you can ask about your future, love life, or whatever, really.).
Also, one other reason that you should go and visit this place is that you can also have a great view of the city from here – lol, I, of course, did not take a photo of the city view (Fail!).
Pagoda! Here I try to aim for an artsy shot, haha.
There’s a set of stairs situated on the side. I’ve been here a couple of times already, but this was my first time to go upstairs.
As you can see, the entrance/exit of the Taoist Temple is reminiscent of the Great Wall of China. Albeit, it is much shorter.
Since the Taoist Temple is (relatively!) near to the Temple of Leah, we decided to go there too.
Compared to the last time we visited, I definitely like the colour palette of our latest visit better! I find that with the pastel colours of the sky, it’s much pleasing to the eye, or at least that’s what I think, anyway. x’)