Temple of Leah, Cebu City

A few weeks ago, I had the chance to visit Cebu City yet again for work-related duties. That doesn’t mean I didn’t squeeze in leisure time on the weekends though. I chanced upon my college friend, Donna and her BF, Nat2x (Yes, I’m third-wheeling. lol), to tour me around Cebu’s newest tourist spot: Temple of Leah.

Entering the temple – after paying the entrance fee of Php50.00. 🙂

The temple is still unfinished and will be completed around 2016. Naturally, the structures were not yet perfectly polished and the place is still lacking the necessary paint job. Still, the place is a beauty to behold due to the Roman-inspired architecture.

est. 2011

Attention to detail

From the sides

Since the place is yet to unleash its true beauty, I’m curious to see what the temple will look like after it is completed and in full glory. That, of course, will be another visit in the near future. For now, let the photo shoot begin!

Fashown!

AyeEe!

I wonder where Ellen Adarna is hiding…

My take on “The Fashion Blogger” pose. Looks like I dropped a coin or something. Haha.

Missing bow. Missing trousers.

Obligatory selfie

All photos, except the last one, courtesy of my Sony RX100 and post-processed with VSCOcam. Selfie taken with my Note 4’s front cam. Hehe. -rod-

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One comment

  1. Those nude statues weren’t there the last time I dropped by. Were you able to climb upstairs where the ‘Louvre pyramid’ look-alike was? Nice photos by the way. Glad there wasn’t a lot of people. Looking forward to 2016~ 🙂

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