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Sinulog 2020 Official Schedule of Activities and Events

January 9, 2020 (Thursday) – Opening Salvo: Walk with Jesus (1st Novena Mass) January 10, 2020 (Friday) – Launching of Sinulog festivities January 11, 2020 (Saturday) – Sinulog sa Lalawigan 1:00 PM – Parade of Participants from Capitol Site to Cebu City Sports Center2:00 PM – Sinulog sa Kabataan sa Lalawigan at Cebu City Sports […] The post Sinulog 2020 Official Schedule of Activities and Events appeared first on Cebu...

January 9, 2020 (Thursday) – Opening Salvo: Walk with Jesus (1st Novena Mass)

January 10, 2020 (Friday) – Launching of Sinulog festivities

January 11, 2020 (Saturday) – Sinulog sa Lalawigan

1:00 PM – Parade of Participants from Capitol Site to Cebu City Sports Center
2:00 PM – Sinulog sa Kabataan sa Lalawigan at Cebu City Sports Center
3:00 PM – Little Ms. Festival Queen at Robinsons Galleria Cebu
4:00 PM – Jollibee and Mang Inasal Event at Fuente Osmena Circle
7:00 PM – Sinulog Idol 2020 at Fuente Osmena Circle

January 12, 2020 (Sunday) – Tribu sa Kabataan

12:00 PM – Parade of Participants from Plaza Independencia to Cebu City Sports Center
2:00 PM – Tribu sa Kabataan 2020 at Cebu City Sports Center
3:00 PM – Little Ms. Festival Queen at Robinsons Galleria Cebu
6:30 PM – Cultural Show at Fuente Osmena Circle
8:00 PM – Sinulog Idol 2020 at Fuente Osmena Circle

January 13, 2020 (Monday)

6:30 PM – Cultural Show at Fuente Osmena Circle
7:00 PM – Binibining Cebu 2020 Coronation Night at Waterfront Cebu City Hotel
8:00 PM – Sinulog Idol 2020 at Fuente Osmena Circle

January 14, 2020 (Tuesday)

6:00 PM – Sinulog Festival Queen 2020 Runway at Robinsons Galleria Cebu
6:30 PM – Cultural Show at Fuente Osmena Circle
8:00 PM – Sinulog Idol 2020 at Fuente Osmena Circle

January 15, 2020 (Wednesday)

9:00 AM – Airport Welcome (Balikbayan Flights)
6:30 PM – Cultural Show at Fuente Osmena Circle
8:00 PM – Sinulog Idol 2020 at Fuente Osmena Circle
9:00 PM – Tough Mama Event at Fuente Osmena Circle

January 16, 2020 (Thursday)

9:00 AM – Airport Welcome (Balikbayan Flights)
5:30 PM – Balik Cebu, Welcome Party @ Ayala Center Cebu
6:30 PM – Cultural Show at Fuente Osmena Circle
8:00 PM – Sinulog Idol 2020 at Fuente Osmena Circle
9:00 PM – Cignal TV at Fuente Osmena Circle

January 17, 2020 (Friday)

4:00 AM – Start of the Penitential Walk with Mary
7:00 AM – Translacion Motorcade from Basilica to National Shrine of St. Joseph
8:00 AM – Sinulog 2020 Baroto, Bugsay, Layag Ta @ SRP IL Corso
8:00 PM – Sinulog Festival Queen 2020 Coronation Night at Cebu City Sports Center
8:00 PM – San Miguel Beet at Fuente Osmena Circle
11:00 PM – Send-off Mass at National Shrine of St. Joseph

January 18, 2020 (Saturday)

12:00 AM – Translacion Motorcade from National Shrine of St. Joseph to the National Shrine of Virgen sa Regla
4:00 AM – Mass for the send-off of the Pilgrim Images for the Fluvial Procession
6:00 AM – Fluvial Procession at Mactan Channel
9:00 AM – Solemn Mass in Commemoration of the First Baptism & Mass and the First Wedding
12:00 PM – Kapuso Show at Cebu City Sports Center
1:00 PM – Solemn Foot Procession of the Venerable Image of Senor Sto. Nino de Cebu
3:00 PM – Kapamilya Show at Ayala Center Cebu
6:00 PM – Misa Pontifical De Visperas at Basilica Minore del Santo Nino
6:00 PM – Cultural Show at Fuente Osmena Circle
7:00 PM – Smart Event at Plaza Independencia
7:00 PM – Sinulog Fireworks Competition at SM City Cebu
7:00 PM – Kapamilya Show at Cebu City Sports Center
8:00 PM – Coke Studio at Fuente Osmena Circle

January 19, 2020 (Sunday) – SINULOG GRAND PARADE

4:00 AM – Mañanita Mass at Basilica Minore del Santo Nino
6:00 AM – Misa Pontifical De La “Fiesta Senor”
7:30 AM – Holy Mass at Cebu City Sports Center
9:00 AM – Sinulog 2020 Grand Parade Kick-off
6:00 PM – Globe and TM Republicaravan with Parokya ni Edgar at Plaza Independencia
7:00 PM – Grand Finale and Grand Fireworks at Cebu City Sports Center
8:00 PM – Cultural Show at Plaza Independencia
9:00 PM – Pyrospectacular Show at SM City Cebu

January 20, 2020 (Monday) – Awarding Ceremonies at Cebu City Sports Center

January 24, 2020 (Friday) – “HUBO”

January 27, 2020 (Monday) – Judging Sinulog 2020 Photo Contest at Robinsons Galleria Cebu

January 28, 2020 (Tuesday) – Judging of Finalists in Short Film/Video Documentary and Music Video Contest at Robinsons Galleria Cebu

February 2, 2020 (Sunday)

1:00 PM – Screening of Finalists Sinulog Short Film Festival at Robinsons Galleria Cebu
6:00 PM – Awarding Ceremonies Photo Contest, Short Film and Video Documentary Contest at Robinsons Galleria Cebu

February 1 to 10, 2020 – Photo Exhibit Winning Photos Sinulog 2020 at Robinsons Galleria Cebu

Contact Information:
Sinulog Foundation Inc. Office
Cebu City Sports Center Osmeña Blvd. Cebu City, Philippines
Call us at: +63-32-253-3700
Telefax : +63-32-254-5010
E-mail : info@sinulog.ph
Facebook: Sinulog Foundation Inc.

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Why Filipinos Love Angkas

The Most Affordable And Fastest Way To Beat Traffic With the traffic woes in the major cities of the Philippines getting worse, and significant solutions are nowhere near and with distrust in habal-habal (motorcycle taxies) , the general public needs a way to navigate within the city in a faster and more convenient manner. Here […] The post Why Filipinos Love Angkas appeared first on Cebu...

The Most Affordable And Fastest Way To Beat Traffic

With the traffic woes in the major cities of the Philippines getting worse, and significant solutions are nowhere near and with distrust in habal-habal (motorcycle taxies) , the general public needs a way to navigate within the city in a faster and more convenient manner. Here comes Angkas.

What is Angkas?

Angkas is a motorcycle hailing service similar to that of a taxi or GrabCar only that it is a motorcycle. It is meant to provide faster and more convenient travel from your pickup point to your destinations since bikes can navigate through traffic easier which is an advantage over 4-wheeled vehicles.

How to use Angkas?

Simply download the Angkas app which is available in both Android and iOS devices, register your name and mobile number and select your pick up location and destination then when a driver is available nearby he will accept your booking and come to you. Make sure to give details about your location and give landmarks when available.

Usually the driver will text you, he will introduce himself as your driver and give additional instructions. If he is a little far he will ask you if you are willing to wait. Don’t forget to respond and confirm whether he will be late or not. It’s a simple practice of courtesy.

How much does it cost?

It is relatively cheap. They have an algorithm to calculate the distance from pickup point to destination and the traffic flow. The exact amount varies but personally I find it cheaper than the regular habal-habal drivers whose asking rates are not standard but based on their personal perception on how much to price their service. Sometimes their prices are fair sometimes too much. That is why Angkas is better from a price perspective.

Is it safe and legal?

Regulation/Legalities – In May 2019, the Land Transportation and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) granted Angkas a 6-month test run as a public transportation.

Tracking and Driver Identification – Another thing why Filipinos love Angkas is that they feel secure knowing who their driver is. The name of the driver and the contact number will be shown when he accepts the passenger’s booking, just similar to GrabCar. Also the location of the driver can be shared.

Safety Gears – Also, the drivers will always insist for you to wear the helmet for protection and will give you the option to wear face mask to protect against dust and smoke.

Insurance – All passengers are also covered with personal accident insurance

Customer Service

And one thing I personally like about them is that they are courteous and smiling. They were trained to treat their passengers nicely. Sometimes they can be chatty with their passengers. A good conversation can sometimes make you forget the traffic.

why filipinos love angkas

Another thing I have noticed is that they will always give you all the change to the last peso or cent. That is what they were trained and instructed on how to treat their passengers. In my experience it is very are for them not to have some loose change or coins. Sometimes I insist on having them keep the change but they will also insist to return everything but I still do insist for them to keep it.

They will always thank you for using their service so don’t forget to thank them back. Lastly, if it is not too much to ask, if you happen to use Angkas, giving your driver an extra as a tip for the service will mean a lot to them.

why filipinos love angkas

These guys chose a decent profession for a living. Some of them stay awake for the whole night to cater passengers who travel at night or at wee hours. They deserve some recognition. A little extra will make them happy.

Download Angkas app now!

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Baguio Craft Brewery-Cebu

Home Of The Finest Beers To Drink After The Sun Sets As they are about to celebrate their 2nd anniversary in Cebu, we visited Baguio Craft Brewery-Cebu at Cebu IT Park to experience their famed craft beers. Coming here brings me some nostalgic memories of drinking and experiencing the different beers from around the world […] The post Baguio Craft Brewery-Cebu appeared first on Cebu...

Home Of The Finest Beers To Drink After The Sun Sets

As they are about to celebrate their 2nd anniversary in Cebu, we visited Baguio Craft Brewery-Cebu at Cebu IT Park to experience their famed craft beers. Coming here brings me some nostalgic memories of drinking and experiencing the different beers from around the world as I used to work in an Irish pub.

Upon arriving we were greeted and attended by the friendly and hospitable staff at the bar. One of their staff, Sharm, gave us a small short talk and description of the different beers on their menu, how they taste, how much volume of alcohol each contain and how bitter it is, which beers are strong, which are balanced in taste and which ones taste sweet.

After which we had the opportunity to taste every best seller to experience the difference. The ale beers are the ones that caught my attention so I just had to try them first as I used to be a strong beer drinker back in the day. Hop attack, an ale, was my first and Mango Jango, a fruit beer, was my second shot.

Hop Attack and Cherry Stout
Mango Jango and Englishman In New York
Stout Crusader and Zigzagger
Ginger Ale
Pugaw

After the beer tasting, it’s finally time to eat. Baguio Craft Brewery-Cebu has several food selections on the menu so we just had to try two of their best sellers which are the ribs platter solo size and the lechon kawali, a classic Filipino favorite.

Ribs platter with French fries edges and corn

This is probably one of the best ever back ribs I have tried. The meat is soft and juicy, half-size ribs baked with zigzagger beer and BBQ sauce. The side French fries wedges are also from high quality potatoes. The sweet corn is also fresh and well-steamed giving it a soft texture. For this size it can serve 2-4 people which is value for the price.

Lechon kawali, another Filipino favorite and one of the house’s best seller, is a fried pork meat mixed with a variety of seasonings to give it a unique taste. Baguio Craft Brewery-Cebu’s food is really of excellent quality and the serving size is also big enough for two persons to consume.

Lahug and Zigzagger

And of course, the finisher, one round of lagud and hop attack. Lagud is a strawberry fruit beer which tastes a little sweet, while zigzagger is one of the stronger ales available in the house.

The Menu

The Beer Collection
The delicious choices of food

The Baguio Craft Brewery-Cebu Experience

baguio-craft-brewery-cebu (18) live band music

Speaking of chilling and having a good time after office hours, what better can you get than drinking world-class beer while listening to good music? Live band starts at 7:30pm and ends at 11:30pm. It’s small establishments like Baguio Craft Brewery-Cebu that I like to hangout and enjoy, just the type of ambience I feel like letting off some work pressure.

Contact Information:

Telephone Number: (032) 324 7929
Facebook Fan page: Baguio Craft Brewery-Cebu
Address: Garden Bloc, IT Park, Lahug, Cebu City (near Sugbo Mercado IT Park) across Avida Tower 2
Business Hours:
Monday to Wednesday: 4:00pm to 1:00am
Thursday to Sunday: 5:00pm to 2:00am

Location:

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Things to Bring on Your Cebu Adventure

A Well-Prepared Traveler Experiences Memorable Journeys Any kind of traveler will surely enjoy what Cebu has to offer — and there are plenty. It is paradise for adventure seekers. There are many adrenaline-pumping outdoor activities to be enjoyed, whether underwater or on land, as well as relaxing attractions to discover in the region’s towns and […] The post Things to Bring on Your Cebu Adventure appeared first on Cebu...

A Well-Prepared Traveler Experiences Memorable Journeys

Any kind of traveler will surely enjoy what Cebu has to offer — and there are plenty. It is paradise for adventure seekers. There are many adrenaline-pumping outdoor activities to be enjoyed, whether underwater or on land, as well as relaxing attractions to discover in the region’s towns and cities. But it’s always best to come prepared for the adventure of a lifetime, so here’s an idea of what you need to bring to your first Cebu adventure.

Sturdy shoes

kawasan falls badian cebu
Image: Unsplash

A pair of sturdy waterproof hiking shoes is your greatest companion when exploring Cebu’s top outdoor spots. You’ll surely be doing a lot of walking, and this includes uneven terrain as there are several hikes and treks available in the province. The most popular ones include Osmeña Peak in the municipality of Dalaguete; the historic Mt. Manuggal, where the former president Ramon Magsaysay’s plane crashed in 1957; and the challenging yet rewarding Mt. Hambubuyog in Ginatilan.

On top of that, you’ll also be needing reliable footwear when you decide to go canyoneering, one of Cebu’s highlights. Sun Star Travel reporter Kriztja Labrador points out that rocks can be very slippery along Kawasan Falls in Badian, where it’s best to go canyoneering. Slippers or sneakers will only make the trip difficult, so it’s best to invest in a trusty pair of hiking shoes like these well-reviewed pairs from brands like Merrell and Keen. You will also be needing a safety helmet and a life vest, which should be available for rent in the area. But if you have these at home, you might be able to save pocket money by bringing your own.

Mountaineering Gear

If camping is in your itinerary, you would need to come armed with all the necessary equipment. Other than a pair of hiking shoes, basic items you’ll need for an overnight trip to the mountains are the following:

  • A backpack, about 45 liters in size;
  • Tent and sleeping bag;
  • Weather-proof clothing;
  • Portable stove, cook set, fuel, food and water;
  • Flashlight or headlamp.

It’s important to hire a guide who is knowledgeable of the trail to avoid getting lost in the mountains. This is also a requirement for most mountains in the Philippines.

If you’re unsure of where to start, the Cantabaco and Poog areas in Cebu are also rock climbing havens that many locals and foreigners come to visit yearly. If you’re into sport climbing, make sure to bring basic gear, such as climbing shoes and a harness, and look for local climbing guides who can provide equipment such as rope, quickdraws, and belay devices.

Mask, Snorkel and Fins

cebu snorkeling diving
Image: Unsplash

If they’re not exploring the trails and crags of Cebu, adventurers are probably diving in one of the many beautiful underwater spots of the islands. Some of the spots are highlighted by The Freeman, namely: Capitancillo, Mactan Island, Pescador Island, Malapascua Island, and Kansantik. At the very least, you will need a mask, snorkel, and fins to skin dive and explore coral reefs, swim with whale sharks, and witness the marine life in Cebu firsthand. You might also need a scuba suit if you’re planning longer dives. But if you don’t own one yet, you can easily rent them in resorts.

Skincare Essentials

cebu skin care essentials
Image: Unsplash

Cebu is the ultimate summer getaway, so you’ll be needing to protect your skin from sun exposure. Pack a bottle of sunblock or two, ideally reef-safe ones so as to protect the corals from chemicals. This will ensure that you stay protected from UV rays that can be harmful in the long run.

You’ll also need to hydrate your skin, as Cebu can be very hot all year-round. Don’t forget to include moisturizer in your packing list or soap that has hydrating properties. The Snail White Whipp Soap featured on Pretty Me is filled with natural plant extracts that are not harsh on the skin, as most over-the-counter soaps are. It even contains snail secretions that are naturally hydrating. Remember that gentle skincare products are a must for people who like to stay for extended periods of time outdoors.

First Aid Kit

Because Cebu is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts, it’s only wise to come with a first aid kit wherever you go. Nature is, after all, filled with elements that might be unfamiliar to some. For example, a small bottle of vinegar might come in handy for jellyfish stings as there are many of these creatures in the seas surrounding Cebu. Be sure to check out our article on The Ultimate Travel Packing Checklist for other important first aid items when you can, too!

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MyBus Offers Free Bus Rides For Night Shift Workers

Good news to the night shift workers! Metro Rapid Transit Services Inc. (MRTSI), the company behind MyBus, has began their operations in providing buses for a free shuttle service especially those who are working in Cebu IT Park going to and from Ayala and in Mabolo areas on January 30, 2019. The Cebu City Government, […] The post MyBus Offers Free Bus Rides For Night Shift Workers appeared first on Cebu...

Good news to the night shift workers!

Metro Rapid Transit Services Inc. (MRTSI), the company behind MyBus, has began their operations in providing buses for a free shuttle service especially those who are working in Cebu IT Park going to and from Ayala and in Mabolo areas on January 30, 2019.

The Cebu City Government, under the leadership of Mayor Tomas Osmeña, has signed a memorandum of agreement with Metro Rapid Transit Services Inc., represented by general manager Arnold Famudulan. The agreement states that MRTSI will provide 3 buses while the city government will answer the fuel allotment for the buses. The buses can accommodate up to 42 passengers.

In an interview, Mayor Osmeña is concerned with the safety and security of the night shift workers which consists of business process outsourcing employees, nurses, and among others. The mayor also pointed out that even non-Cebu City residents can also avail the free bus rides.

Mayor Osmeña also added that he will also be setting up an air-conditioned sub-office, the same principle as “City Hall at your Doorstep”. It will be located in an area near Port Restaurant, which is the property of the city government, so that the people can go there if they have any questions in relation to the MyBus free shuttle services and other matters. The sub-office will be at the personal expense of the Cebu City mayor.

Below is the list of the route stops and the schedule of the bus rides:

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Trekking the Mountains of Cebu

Every once in a while, we all need a touch of nature We often hear it from people that sometimes we need to take a break, disconnect from the busy city life and immerse ourselves in the outdoors to connect ourselves with nature. Nothing can be more true than that. Studies have also shown that […] The post Trekking the Mountains of Cebu appeared first on Cebu...

Every once in a while, we all need a touch of nature

We often hear it from people that sometimes we need to take a break, disconnect from the busy city life and immerse ourselves in the outdoors to connect ourselves with nature. Nothing can be more true than that. Studies have also shown that a walk in the mountains and the greens will help us clear our minds and lighten ourselves up.

It is for these reasons why we recommend trekking the mountains and peaks of Cebu and if time permits, set up a camp, watch as the sun sets, enjoy the night with friends and see the sun once again as it rises. Below are the 5 places we recommend for you to trek:

mt manunggal balamban cebu
A spectacular view of Mt. Manunggal
Photo by: dietworkoutfitness.com

1.) MT. MANUNGGAL

How to get there:
• Ride a vehicle-for-hire (V-Hire for short) going to the Municipality of Balamban from Ayala Center Cebu Terminal (Php 120.00/person, expect a 1-2 hours travel time).
• You may choose from the two trails via “Eskina Cantipla” or “Eskina Mt. Manunggal”.
• Expect to spend Php 30.00/person for an environmental fee.

Mt. Manunggal is a historical place because this is where the late Philippine President Ramon Magsaysay’s plane crash. There are a lot of different delightful stories about this place, so be in your best behavior in your way up.

mt naupa naga cebu
The clear night skies of Mt. Naupa, Naga, Cebu
Photo by: Evee Ruiz

2.) MT. NAUPA

If you want to experience a perfect sunset and sunrise during your camping trip, Mt. Naupa in the City of Naga, Cebu would be good choice. It is a friendly-hike that offers you an amazing view of a breathtaking landscape at the peak.

How to get there:
• You can either ride a bus in the Cebu South Bus Terminal or a jeepney from Cebu Institute of Technology-University/Mambaling/Pardo to the City of Naga (bus fare costs Php 60.00/person, while the jeepney fare costs Php 20.00/person and expect around 1-2 hours travel time).
• Your drop-off point is at Barangay Tungkop.
• Ride a “habal-habal” going to Cogon Chapel (Php 50.00/person), and this is where you will start your trek to the top.

The beautiful sunrise at Mt. Kan-irag, Sirao, Cebu
Photo by: wornoutbackpack.wordpress.com

3.) MT. KAN-IRAG

Mt. Kan-Irag is one of the most visited places by mountaineers, not because of its majestic scale but also because you will go over through other natural spectacles like the Kabang River and Kabang Falls. Trekking the mountain can sometimes be a steep uphill climb with slippery boulders and muddy grounds making it one of the hardest places to go, so it would be best to prepare with these kinds of challenges.

How to get there:
• Ride a jeepney with a route numbers “13C”, “13B”, “62B”, or “62C” from Colon Street to Gaisano Grand Mall in Barangay Talamban.
• You must go somewhere in front of Sunny Hill Subdivision. From there, hop in a “habal-habal” to take you to Budlaan with a fee of Php 20.00/person.
• Remember to register before you start with your trek for safety and security purposes.

Breath-taking views the city from Mt. Babag
Photo by: dbgg1979

4.) MT. BABAG

Mt. Babag is awesome especially to those who want to experience a more intense hike. The slow ascent may really hurt your knees and exhaust your lungs but when you get to the top, the scenery will actually make the pain worthwhile. Although Mt. Babag is not a perfect campsite but if you want to camp, you can go to Chalet Hills

How to get there:
• Your entry point is at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Church in Brgy. Guadalupe, Cebu City.
• From the church, you can walk towards the market place and hop on a “habal-habal” to Barangay Napo.
• Take note that there are two end points, one in Talisay City and the other is in Mountain View Nature’s Park in Barangay Busay.

Camping at Mt. Mago, Carmen, Cebu
Photo by: theslipperchronicles.blogspot.com

5.) MT. MAGO

Mt. Mago is one of the effortless hikes from this list, making it a perfect choice for starters but that’s not what makes this trek engaging. Instead, those who reached the top will be welcomed by the “Sea of Clouds”, which is amazing. Take note that the thickness of the clouds will depend on the weather that day, so it would be best to research on your local weather forecast.

How to get there:
• Take a 1-2 hour bus ride to Carmen Public Market from Cebu North Bus Terminal (in Mandaue City, Cebu), which would cost you Php 40.00/person.
• From there, you must ride a motorcycle (locally called as “habal-habal”) to Santican Barangay Hall, which would cost you Php 100.00/person.
• You have to register at Santican Barangay Hall and ask for a guide (tour guide fee is Php 100.00/person or Php 300.00 for the whole group)

Can you think of any mountains within Cebu which are best for trekking?

Source: Pasugbo

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