One of the most popular tourist spots in Cebu City aside from Magellan’s Cross is the Taoist Temple located in the posh Beverly Hills Subdivision way up on the hills of the Queen City of the South. This Taoist place of worship (I’ve featured one in Baguio City before) was constructed in 1972 by Cebu’s prominent Chinoy community. This is supposedly the biggest Taoist temple in the Philippines.
Aside from being picturesque and for sporting magnificent views of the city and Mactan Island (being located 300 meters above sea level), there’s pretty not much to do here unless you’re a Taoist devotee. Unlike in the Baguio temple, it doesn’t appear that non-Taoists can have their fortunes told or that they can light candles here. Anyway, if ever you find yourself here, you can spot the Great Wall of China replica along the entrance to the temple compound and take pictures of the giant dragon statue (pictured above). I’m quite sure a lot of people have nicknamed this dragon Mushu. Hehehe.
As I’ve said, the place is quite picturesque and there’s tons of pictures in Flickr should you want to see more.