Mulao River

Compostela, Cebu

Hidden behind tall mountains surrounding Liloan and its former barangay-turned neighboring town, Compostela, is the river in Mulao. Slithering its way through the valleys, the river is an awe-inspiring natural beauty with its cool, clear waters and age-old huge boulders.

Mulao River News

  • Exploring Liloan Cebu-the Light Of The North

    Exploring Liloan Cebu-the Light Of The North

    Liloan, Cebu, also called as the Light of the North, has a lot to offer to local and foreign tourists alike. It got its name because of the presence of whirlpools in Silot Bay called locally as "lilo". Liloan, when roughly translated, means "a place where there are whirlpools".

    Contrary to popular belief, Liloan is actually home to a number of attractions ??" both natural and man-made. There are a lot of places to explore in this beautiful municipality in the north. What makes it even better is that it is just an hour and a half away from Cebu City, and it has all the necessary establishmen ...

  • Mulao River Enchanting Stories Of The Stone Ark And Malingin Rock

    Mulao River Enchanting Stories Of The Stone Ark And Malingin Rock

    If you have been watching OTWOL (On the wings of loves) ??" a romantic comedy TV series in the Philippines ??" you must have seen Juan Miguel Severo. Yes, the brokenhearted guy who loves doing heartbreaking spoken poetry. I'm not actually following the series but I liked his poems so much that I downloaded copies of them and even followed his performances in Youtube. On one particular event, he had this poem on Philippine culture regarding superstitious beliefs and everything that is difficult to explain and believe on.

    Aside from the vastness of its natural resources, the Philippines is, a ...

  • The Trekking Feat in Mulao River of Compostela Cebu

    The Trekking Feat in Mulao River of Compostela Cebu

    Have you ever experienced this uneasy feeling of regret that eventually resulted in frustrations that haunted your mind for days? I hate this kind of situation, full of what ifs, loads of wondering why and many thoughts are unsettled. The thing is, I regretted what I had done in this venture.

    I may be exaggerating but this is what I feel. OK I'll stop this dramatic intro. Ha! First things first, here's my trekking diary in Mulao River in Compostela, Cebu.

    On May 1,2015 at 8 am Nina, Joy and I took a ride in a Ceres bus at the North Bus Terminal. Note: Any north bound bus will pass by th ...