City of NAGA, Cebu.
My annual vacation corresponds to annual get together. Although I haven’t schedule for all this year, my bonding session with my cousins Clea (IG: @polarisceinture) and ChinChin (IG: @grecienechin2) is a must. This year we decided to visit Naga City Cebu Boardwalk.
Each city or town nowadays, tries to develop beautiful attractions in their locality to attract tourist. This is Naga City’s approach to it. This shoreline boardwalk costs around 62M running 195 meter in length. A beautiful spot to bond with family, friends and special someone. In fact, this visit is also my friend Dion’s Pre-valentine episode on hi YouTube account walakokasabotpasabtako; where we interviewed some people. Sharing that link shortly here > [ ]
HOW TO GET THERE
A. From our location (Bulacao – opposite Asian College of Technology (ACT), we rode a multicab #44. The fare was at 14 Php per person. The one way ride took us around 35-40 minutes to reach Naga proper.
B. If you are from Cebu City, visit the South bus terminal and take a bus or a van and just inform your driver to drop you in the city proper of Naga or Naga church. Fare ranges from 30-40 Php per person.
WHAT TO DO
- A simple walk from end to end is a treat to our health!
- Feel free to take photos of the boardwalk itself. A drone will be the best to capture the whole scenery.
- The LOVE logo from the beginning is a box office.
- Feel the breeze of the sea and have some snacks as you chill out in the benches available. A beautiful view of chartered vessels is also in the horizon.
- I guess a pre-nup session will do (not quiet sure though if it is free) but I guess it is as of now.
- Unli-selfie from all corners of the boardwalk.
- In our case, we took coverage for Dion’s walakokasabotpasabtako YouTube channel and did some interviews.
Aside from the boardwalk, the city of Naga’s park also offers a museum, a football field, children’s park, a lighthouse and for those people seeking an adrenaline rush, they also have their version of a 200 meters zipline. Haven’t had the chance to try it though.
Don’t expect too much though, it’s a simple boardwalk. When the twilight hits, the tree with led lights decoration comes alive and it adds beauty to the boardwalk. It is sometimes used to house a few tables and chairs for a dinner under the moonlight.
WHERE TO EAT/SNACKS
Both ends have food courts, restaurants and coffee shop nearby. This time we had dinner at Ostings! Located at the end of the boardwalk. We had a platter of rice, sisig, bam-i, litson kawali and their house specialty – chopseuy! All four of us agreed they have a delicious array of food! Plus our server Angel was so kind and accomodating! Below Ostings’ is a pizza/pasta resto too. There are other stalls and a barbeque stations as well.
- Timing: 5AM to 2AM, Mondays to Sundays
- Entrance fee: None as of the moment
- Corkage fee: Not applicable. Feel free to bring your own but make sure you bring with you your own garbage.
This was a short visit, yet we had fun and you could give it a try too!
Sharing my friend’s vlog for this trip. Follow his YouTube Channel walakokasabotpasabtako.