Sky Hall Seaside Cebu

Sky Hall Seaside Cebu
3rd Level, SM Seaside City Cebu, South Road Properties, Cebu City 6000 Philippines

T: (63 32) 233 9768

Destination

Getting There

Sky Hall Seaside Cebu is located on the 3rd level of SM Seaside City Cebu along South Road Properties. It is easily accessible via private vehicles, taxi cabs or My Bus public transit.

Attractions

Museo Sugbo
This museum showcases the rich historical collection of Cebu, carefully stored and curated for 300 years under the Spanish colonization of the Philippines.

Casa Gorordo
The Yap-San Diego Ancestral House during the Spanish era, provides an authentic glimpse of residential life in Cebu during the olden times.

Colon Street
This is the oldest street in the entire Philippines, named after Christopher Columbus or Cristobal Colon, in Spanish. It is a long line of shops, stalls, movie theaters and restaurants.

Useful Information

Weather
The Philippines has a tropical climate, with heavy rainfall from June to August, cooler temperatures during November to early February, and very sunny summers from March to May. Regardless of the season, it tends to be humid all year round, so lightweight clothes are recommended.

Time Difference
GMT +8, or Hong Kong time

Money
The Local currency is called Philippine Peso. Money changers abound, especially in shopping malls or commercial buildings in the business districts. Credit cards, particularly VISA and Mastercard, are widely accepted.

Food and Culture

Sinulog Festival – 3rd Sunday of January
One of the nation’s best-known and –attended festivities, the Sinulog celebrates the child Jesus with a riotous street party that includes parade revelers in colorful costumes, floats, music, and street dancing.

Zubuchon / CNT Lechon

These two restaurants are among the top in the list when one searches for the best Cebu lechon, the whole roast pig praised by internationally-renowned chef Anthony Bourdain as “the best pig ever”.

Café Laguna Golden Cowrie Native Restaurant/ Hukad / Abuhan
These three restaurants come highly recommended for other traditional and delectable native fare.