This piece of Roman architecture masterpiece in the Queen City of the South was built by Teodorico Adarna for his wife Leah Villa Albino-Adarna. It is a temple with an art gallery, museum, and a library. What’s more, it is open 24/7, with no entrance fee!
6. Sirao Flower Farm, Cebu
Who says you can only see fields of flowers like these in the Netherlands? For just ₱30, you can explore this off-the-beaten-path flower farm in Cebu during peak seasons, April to May and October to November and take selfies with these gorgeous Celosia flowers, which are the official flowers of the Sinulog Festival.
7. Camping Date, Baguio
Yes. We’ve all heard of Burnham Park and Mine’s View. But the next time you visit Baguio City, try to go camping…well, inside a resto. This innovative concept has the camping set up down to a T. Plus you can choose from different pizza flavors, chicken, and Korean dishes.