Pangan-an Island

Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu

Pangan-an Island is an island-barangay that belongs to Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu, situated east of Mactan and right next to Olango. It is white sand and enticing clear water, beautiful and quiet place where you can enjoy the ocean view.

Pangan-an Island News

  • Travelling Feels Good at Pangan-an Island

    Travelling Feels Good at Pangan-an Island

    Ever since I was young I am already into charity work. I was fascinated by this activity when I was in high school and I was able to pursue it when I reach college since my scholarship is into charity works. At that time I really felt amazing helping people that are in need. It gives a warm feeling that's difficult to explain when you I see people smile and thinking you're one of reasons behind those smiles make it better. When I graduated college I thought I would never have the opportunity to help and serve again but luck is on my side when I met Miki-san and Tamo-san in my current work plac ...

  • Pangan-an Island in Cebu

    Pangan-an Island in Cebu

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  • Pangan An Island

    Going to Pangan-an island is easy by boat. But if boat rides make you dizzy, you can take a walk.

    Pangan-an is an island-barangay that belongs to Lapu-Lapu City. It is situated east of Mactan and right next to Olango. It used to be a legendary fishing ground with fish stock abundant enough to feed China. Fishermen from faraway places regarded the waters surrounding the island as a place in which to fish, and the island itself as the place on which to eat kan-anan (dining area). In time, kan-anan became Pangan-an and the name stuck, but the fish stock is gone.

    An old riddle asks, in the m ...