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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:

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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.

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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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Celebrating All Year Round: Famous Festivals in Cebu

Many places in the Philippines are known for their joyous and colorful festivals, and Cebu is certainly no exception! Although the fiestas of this island province are renowned for their unique color and pageantry, they are also deeply rooted in the Cebuanos’ religious tradition and history. Cebu’s fetes are also opportunities for thanksgiving, reminiscence, as […] The post Celebrating All Year Round: Famous Festivals in Cebu appeared first on Cebu...

Many places in the Philippines are known for their joyous and colorful festivals, and Cebu is certainly no exception! Although the fiestas of this island province are renowned for their unique color and pageantry, they are also deeply rooted in the Cebuanos’ religious tradition and history. Cebu’s fetes are also opportunities for thanksgiving, reminiscence, as well as reunions of family and friends. Here we will have a look at some of Cebu’s famous festivals, which are special for both locals and visitors alike.

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Sinulog Festival is Cebu’s grandest festival and arguably the Philippines’.
Photo by: Ronald Tagra

1. Sinulog Festival

The grandest and most celebrated of Cebu’s festivals, the Sinulog, is celebrated every 3rd Sunday of January in Cebu City. The Sinulog commemorates the feast of the Santo Niño, or the Child Jesus, which is a significant icon in Cebu’s history. The fiesta is marked by Masses, processions, and pageants, as well as a large street party in the heart of the city. The gaiety and verve of the festivities is so infectious, and will certainly have even newcomers shouting out “Pit Senyor!”

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Datu Lapu-Lapu portrayed by Polo Ravales won in 2013’s re-enactment of Battle of Mactan in Liberty Shrine.
Photo by: Fritz John Augosto Menguito

2. Kadaugan sa Mactan

Another festival rooted in Cebu’s history is the Kadaugan sa Mactan, commemorated from April 22 to 27 in Lapu-Lapu City, Mactan. This celebration reenacts the Battle of Mactan between the chief Lapu-Lapu and the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan, during which the former drove the latter’s ships away from Mactan’s shores. Kadaugan sa Mactan is a symbol of local sovereignty in the face of foreign intrusion, as well as of Filipino valor.

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Pintos Festival
Photo by: Maria Adeliede Marguerite Veronique

3. Pintos Festival

This annual festival in Bogo City is centered around pintos, a local delicacy made from corn, condensed milk, and eggs. From May 26 to 27, the streets are transformed into a mardi gras party as well as a showcase of cultural tourism. The Pintos Festival also has religious roots, as it is also an opportunity to honor the city’s patron saint, Saint Vincent Ferrer.

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Haladaya Festival 2018 Champion “Tribu Kasikas” Brgy. Maya
Photo by: Mark Gabby Aragon

4. Haladaya Festival

The Haladaya Festival is celebrated every August 30 in the municipality of Daanbantayan. This celebration has its roots as a thanksgiving for the town being saved from pirate attacks during the Spanish colonization. It is also a feast dedicated to Saint Rose of Lima, the town’s patron saint. The Haladaya Festival is marked by a grand parade as well as a street dancing competition

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La Torta de Argao
Photo by: Emelie Anggoy

5. La Torta Festival

Until recently, the town of Argao celebrated the Pitlagong Festival every September 29, on the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel. The Pitlagong Festival has been replaced by the La Torta Festival, which combines the festive and religious overtones with the tradition of making torta, a rich sponge cake of Spanish origin. The residents of Argao take great pride in this sweet, which is widely distributed during the festivities for locals and visitors alike. 

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Toslob Festival
Photo by: Rikki Holmes

6. Toslob Festival

The town of Oslob commemorates the Toslob Festival every 8th of December, on the Marian feast of the Immaculate Conception. It is also a feast of thanksgiving for bountiful catches and harvests. Despite its religious roots, the Toslob Festival is anything but overly solemn; like many Cebuano festivals this is also celebrated with street dancing and pageantry the whole town gleefully participates in. 

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Tag-Anito Festival
Photo by: philippinetravelsites.com

7. Tag-Anito Festival

A celebration that has its roots in the deepest parts of Cebu’s past is the Tag-Anito Festival in the town of Tudela. The Tag-Anito Festival revisits the ancient practice of revering anitos or nature spirits that were part of the religious animistic observances of the Cebuanos prior to being colonized by Spain. Part of the festival involves retelling of the tale of Mandayang, a folk hero who defended the town with the help of his supernatural guardians and talismans. This dramatization staged from December 8 to 9 helps keep alive the town’s history especially for a new generation.

These seven festivals are only a few of the many annual celebrations that are part and parcel of Cebu’s rich culture and history. Each town has its own story which is retold in song, dance, parades, food, and other aspects of celebration. Participating in Cebu’s festivals is an excellent way not only to have fun, but to get to know this province’s heart and people from the inside out.

What other festivals in Cebu can you think of?

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Sinulog 2019 Official Schedule of Activities and Events

Be guided to Cebu’s grandest and most awaited festival! December 1, 2018 – January 31, 2019 – Sinulog Street Fair at Osmeña Boulevard January 6, 2019 (Sunday) 5:00AM – Sinulog Fun Run by Philippine Sports Commission (Assembly)6:00AM – Sinulog Dance Crew 2019 Elimination @ Cebu City Sports Center– Kick Off ( Route: same as Sinulog […] The post Sinulog 2019 Official Schedule of Activities and Events appeared first on Cebu...

Be guided to Cebu’s grandest and most awaited festival!

December 1, 2018 – January 31, 2019 – Sinulog Street Fair at Osmeña Boulevard

January 6, 2019 (Sunday)

5:00AM – Sinulog Fun Run by Philippine Sports Commission (Assembly)
6:00AM – Sinulog Dance Crew 2019 Elimination @ Cebu City Sports Center
– Kick Off ( Route: same as Sinulog Grand Parade)

January 10, 2019 (Thursday) – Opening Salvo: Walk with Jesus

4:00AM – Assembly @ Fuente Osmeña (Fuente Osmeña – Osmeña Blvd. – Basilica Minore Del Santo Niño)
4:30AM – Start of walk from Fuente Osmeña to Basilica Minore Del Santo Niño
5:30AM – Installation of Hermano & Hermana Mayores 2019

January 11, 2019 (Friday) – Sinulog 2019 Kick Off

10:00AM – Sinulog Trade Fair @ SM City Cebu by The Department of Trade and Industry
2:00PM – Solemn Mass @ Basilica Del Santo Niño – Opening Salvo Sinulog 2019
3:00PM – Sinulog 2019 Launching Parade (Basilica to Fuente Circle to Cebu City Sports Center)
7:00PM – Opening & Launching Program @ Plaza Independencia; Presentation of: Sinulog Festival Queen, Sinulog Idol, Sinulog Dance Crew)
8:00PM – Concert @ Plaza Independencia

January 11, 2019 (Friday) – Sinulog 2019 Kick Off

1:00PM – Parade of Participants from Capitol Grounds to Cebu City Sports Center
2:00PM – Sinulog sa Kabataan sa Lalawigan @ Cebu City Sports Center
6:30PM – Cultural Show @ Plaza Independencia by Department of Education – Cebu Province
8:00PM – Sinulog Idol Elimination @ Robinsons Galleria Cebu

January 13, 2019 (Sunday) – Sinulog sa Barangay

12:00PM – Parade of Participants from Legaspi Ext. Plaza Independencia to Cebu City Sports Center
1:00PM – Sinulog sa Barangay @ Cebu City Sports Center
6:30PM – Cultural Show @ Plaza Independencia by Cebu Technological University & Indiana Aerospace University
4:00PM – Sinulog Idol Elimination @ Robinsons Galleria Cebu
8:00PM – Concert @ Plaza Independencia

January 14, 2019 (Monday)

6:30PM – Cultural Show @ Plaza Independencia by University of Visayas & University of Cebu
4:00PM – Sinulog Idol Elimination @ Robinsons Galleria Cebu
8:00PM – Concert @ Plaza Independencia

January 15, 2019 (Tuesday)

6:30PM – Cultural Show @ Plaza Independencia by Mandaue City College & Mandaue School for the Arts
8:00PM – Concert @ Plaza Independencia

January 16, 2019 (Wednesday)

6:30PM – Cultural Show @ Plaza Independencia by Salazar Institute of Technology and Cebu Doctors University
6:30PM – Cultural Show by Department of Education – Cebu City
8:00PM – Concert @ Plaza Independencia

January 17, 2019 (Thursday)

10:00AM – Sinulog Festival Queen 2019 Photo Shoot @ SM City Cebu Events Center
6:00PM – Sinulog Festival Queen 2019 Parade of Costumes & Runway Competition @ SM City Cebu Northwing Atrium
6:30PM – Cultural Show @ Plaza Independencia by University of San Carlos
8:00PM – Concert @ Plaza Independencia

January 18, 2019 (Friday)

4:00AM – Walk with Mary (Our Lady of Guadalupe Church – V. Rama Ave. – left to B. Rodriguez St. – Fuente Osmeña-Basilica Minore del Sto. Niño)
7:00AM – Cebu – Mandaue – Lapu-Lapu Traslacion
9:00AM – Solidarity Meeting (All Competing Contingents, Floats, Higante, & Puppeteers) @ Cebu City Sports Center
6:30PM – Cultural Show @ Plaza Independencia by University of Southern Philippines Foundation, University of San Jose Recoletos, and Cebu Institute Technology University
7:30PM – Sinulog Festival 2019 Festival Queen Coronation Night and Sinulog Dance Crew Grand Showdown @ Cebu City Sports Center
9:00PM – Concert @ Plaza Independencia
— LifeDance 2019

January 19, 2019 (Saturday)

2:00AM – Mass @ National Shrine of St. Joseph
3:00AM – Mandaue-Lapu-Lapu Traslacion
6:00AM – Fluvial Procession of the Miraculous Image of the Santo Niño
9:00AM – Re-enactment of the Baptism of Queen Juana & Rajah Humabon @ Basilica Del Santo Niño
1:00PM – Solemn Procession of the Miraculous Image of the Santo Niño
7:00PM – Sinulog Idol 2019 Grand Finals @ Plaza Independencia
– Sinulog Fireworks Competition @ SM City Cebu
8:00PM – Concert @ Plaza Independencia
— Plus63 Festival

January 20, 2019 (Sunday) – Sinulog 2019 Grand Parade

4:00AM – Mañanita Mass @ Basilica Del Santo Niño
6:00AM – Pontifical Mass @ Basilica Del Santo Niño
6:30AM – Holy Mass @ Cebu City Sports Center
7:30AM – Sinulog 2019 Grand Parade Kick Off @ Cebu City Sports Center
4:00PM – Sinulog 2019 Grand Finale @ Cebu City Sports Center
6:00PM – Parokya ni Edgar @ Plaza Independencia
7:00PM – Pyrospectacular Show @ SM City Cebu
9:00PM – Pyrospectacular Show @ SM Seaside City Cebu

January 21, 2019 (Monday)
Awarding Ceremonies

1:00PM – Awarding Ceremonies @ Cebu City Sports Center

January 25, 2019 (Friday) – “HUBO Mass”

4:00AM – Mass @ Basilica Minore del Sto.Niño Pilgrim Center

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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Mika’s Fresh Bake

Tasty homemade cookies, cakes and pastries! For many of us chocolate has been our comfort food since childhood. It gives us satisfaction and enlightens our mood as we savor its enchantment-like sweetness. Chocolates come in different forms and sizes and some are made with a little twist in the form of chocolate chips and cakes. […] The post Mika’s Fresh Bake appeared first on Cebu...

Tasty homemade cookies, cakes and pastries!

For many of us chocolate has been our comfort food since childhood. It gives us satisfaction and enlightens our mood as we savor its enchantment-like sweetness. Chocolates come in different forms and sizes and some are made with a little twist in the form of chocolate chips and cakes.

That being said, add love in the recipe and that’s what Mika’s Fresh Bake sets apart from the rest.

Mika’s Fresh Bake is a homegrown startup named after baby Mika, daughter of owners Mark and Joanna Uy. It all started as their hobby but soon their young daughter Mika showed some interested in baking and started helping out so that’s how the idea of starting a homemade pastry business came about.

Mika’s Fresh Bake offers a variety of very delicious products to choose from that rivals the popular brands in the market today…

Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies

Take a look at these chocolate chip oatmeal cookies, take them with you and have a bite whether you’re at home or at the office, everyone deserves something delicious to snack on..

As you can see in the photos above, they are meticulously prepared with the best quality ingredients. A lot of time and effort were spent to satisfy customers’ cravings. The owners want to make sure that quality and customer satisfaction will always be priorities.

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Well prepared and presented

The famous chocolate chip oatmeal cookies to die for! 

Crazy Rich Chocolate

If you have seen the movie hit Crazy Rich Asians and loved it, Mika’s Fresh Bake also has its Crazy Rich Chocolate Cake! This is one of their best sellers and a must try!

Looks like ice cream though
Looking this photo makes me wanna drool!

First time I tried it I thought its ice cream but setting its name aside, it is literally a crazy rich chocolate cake. Something I highly recommend everyone to try. Keep it frozen before eating and you’ll understand why I thought its ice cream.

Here’s the young entrepreneur Mika mixing the crazy rich chocolate cake

It’s carefully prepared and packed fresh… It’s crazy, it’s rich and it’s all chocolate!

Give your friends and love ones some delicious pastries for the holidays!

Mika’s Fresh Bake now accepts deliveries! If you are planning to have some holiday giveaways, Christmas presents or some gesture of building friendships, giving out chocolate chips and pastries would be a great idea.

Customer Testimonials

Here’s a screenshot of a testimonial taken from Mika’s Fresh Bake Facebook fanpage!

Pricelist

For orders:

Please send them a direct message on their Facebook fanpage or Instagram account.

Like on Facebook: Mika’s Fresh Bake

Follow on Instagram: @mikasfreshbake

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Binibining Cebu 2018 Candidates Unveiled

The Search is On Fifty-four young women have been unveiled in the press conference and presentation of candidates in one of the most prestigious pageants in the Philippines, the Binibining Cebu 2018. Wearing the stunning red dress created by Cary Santiago, the candidates were walking proudly on stage at SM Seaside City Cebu this afternoon. The […] The post Binibining Cebu 2018 Candidates Unveiled appeared first on Cebu...

The Search is On

Fifty-four young women have been unveiled in the press conference and presentation of candidates in one of the most prestigious pageants in the Philippines, the Binibining Cebu 2018.

Wearing the stunning red dress created by Cary Santiago, the candidates were walking proudly on stage at SM Seaside City Cebu this afternoon. The candidates come from the 44 municipalities and 9 cities (Cebu City broken down into two) in the Cebu province.

Binibining Cebu welcomes single mothers

In its second edition and for the first time, the Binibining Cebu has opened its doors to single mothers pointing out that having a child is an empowering process that permits a woman to practice her honorable authority, choice independence. In addition, whether by choice or fate, nurturing a child single-handedly sets her as a model of bravery, aptitude, and determination.

Present during the press conference and the presentation of the candidates are Bb. Cebu Charity Maria Gigante, Bb. Cebu Tourism Samantha Lo and Bb. Cebu 2017 Apriel Smith. Also present in the event is Mr. Raymond Tio, the project Chairperson, Mr. Kenneth Lim, President of Binibining Sugbu Charity Foundation, Inc. and Sacred Heart School for Boys Batch 1985 Foundation, Inc., Kenneth Cobonpue, creative director, Cary Santiago, pageant chairperson, Victor Hao Cuenco, artistic director.

 

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The candidates of Binibining Cebu 2018. (Photo: Ravenal Somblingo)

 

Official candidates of Binibining Cebu 2018

  • Alcantara (Augustina Odever)
  • Alcoy (Grace Nooriza Lumbang)
  • Alegria (Kimberly Covert)
  • Aloguinsan (Angeli Christine Navarro)
  • Argao (Kinji Salinas)
  • Asturias (Allison Lo)
  • Badian  (Ralphiela Lewis)
  • Balamban (Alaia Kirsten Doverte)
  • Bantayan (Mary Jae Felizarta)
  • Barili (Marie Leolie Ursal)
  • Bogo City (Mariah Gelina Lequin)
  • Boljoon (Sheena Marie Selerio)
  • Borbon (Isabela Deutsch)
  • Carcar City (Vanessa Ammann)
  • Carmen (Teri Marina Colmenares)
  • Catmon (Karen Keith Go)
  • Cebu City North (Dianne Padillo)
  • Cebu City South (Darcy Engutan)
  • Compostela (Amelie Mira Grauel)
  • Consolacion (Jasmier Murray)
  • Cordova (Melody Ann Infante)
  • Daanbantayan (Darryl Faith Añover)
  • Dalaguete (Princess Joecel Mae Bajamonde)
  • Danao City (Christine Isabelle Rudolph)
  • Dumanjug (Marie Lourraine Besabella)
  • Ginatilan (Sharon Grace Angel)
  • Lapu-Lapu City (Maria Cielito Abendan)
  • Liloan (R-Jane Lugod)
  • Madridejos (Tracy Maureen Perez)
  • Malabuyoc (Marianel Sacal)
  • Mandaue City (Steffi Aberasturi)
  • Medellin (Sheena Mae Balansag)
  • Minglanilla (Kristine Gillamac)
  • Moalboal (Shaina Fame Mabatid)
  • City of Naga (Ivy Tapic)
  • Oslob (Rubby Clavel Verano)
  • Pilar (Gerly Cotimar)
  • Pinamungajan (Arianne Mae Manquiquis)
  • Poro (Freelyn Flores)
  • Ronda (Lou Dominique Piczon)
  • Samboan (Ivy Marie Esparcia)
  • San Fernando (Mary Grace Castillo)
  • San Francisco (Princess Donah Paraiso)
  • San Remigio (Shazney Corres)
  • Santa Fe (Kemberly Gillamac)
  • Santander (Carneah Basmayor)
  • Sibonga (Ralene Lagudas)
  • Sogod (Angel Kate Uy)
  • Tabogon (Janine Gonob-gonob)
  • Tabuelan (Zenny Shun)
  • Talisay City (Raschel Uy)
  • Toledo City (Mary Grace Tautuan)
  • Tuburan (Trixie Ong)
  • Tudela  (Sheene Lhady Maxelle Paller)

The coronation night will be held on October 19, 2018 at the Pacific Ballroom of the Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino. The presenters of Binibining Cebu are Bb. Sugbu Charity Foundation and Sacred Heart School for Boys Batch 1985 Foundation, Inc. 

(Photos of candidates from Binibining Cebu)

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