Temple of Leah is located in Roosevelt St., Brgy. Busay Cebu City, Cebu. It was constructed in the year 2012 A.D. as a symbol of my undying love of Teodorico Adarna to his wife Leah Villa Albino-Adarna, the structure will have an art gallery and a museum. Constructed on property with a spectacular panoramic view of the city, 'Temple of Leah' promises to be a landmark in Cebu when it is finished in ...
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The story of Temple of Leah is the same as Taj Mahal, a mausoleum in India built as a symbol of undying love.
The Queen City of the South. An Island in the Pacific. A place where the heart sings. Our Cebu City is a jewel in the Philippines. As the country's oldest city, it is rich in history, heritage, and culture that Cebuanos are proud of. Thus, one weekend, Sweetie, together with our daughter Alexa and her cousin Ashley Faith, availed a cool Cebu tour package from Travel Cebu.
One of the most visited spots in Cebu is Temple of Leah. It's located in Busay, the uptown of the Queen City of the South. Temple of Leah shows you the power of undying love. This Greek-inspired structure is owned by the Adarna, one of the most prominent families in Cebu. Read below as I shared to you the last spot we've visited during our Cebu Highland Tour.
Cebu is one of the most popular travel destinations in the Philippines and for very good reasons. The Visayan province is known for its beautiful culture and significant historical landmarks - as well as their famous lechon, or roasted pig.
Me and my girlfriend travel to Temple of Leah and Tops Lookout in Cebu City, Philippines to capture some beautiful video footage to share with you. Hope you like it.
Good to be back in the Philippines and exploring more of its beautiful treasures with the family.
It consisted of 3 jam packed days.
- Sirao Garden
- Temple of Lea
- Taoist Temple
- Sto. Nino Church
- Fort San Pedro
- 10,000 Roses
- Osmena Peak
- Canyoneering Adventure
- Kawasan Falls
- Oslob Whale Shark Watching
- Tumalog Falls
- Sumilon Sandbar/Island
- Moalball tour
Island Hopping - Swimming with Sardines & Turtles