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Best things to do in Mactan, Lapu-Lapu City

Bus Station
“The Mactan Shrine, located on Mactan Island, just of the coast from Cebu City, is a must-see for everyone interested in Filipino history. It commemorates the Battle of Mactan that took place in 1521 between the Spanish and the Visayan (central Philippines) native people in April 1521 and, along with paintings and plaques about that battle, it also contains two other important shrines -- the Lapu Lapu Shrine and the Magellan Shrine ”
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Spa
“lobby bar has nice live music til midnight and you can order food and drinks”
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Establishment
“historical place where General Lapu-Lapu defeated Magellan. Seafood market, you can enjoy local seafoods around. ”
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Spa
“Private beach great food and drinks.they have day use rates.nightclub ibiza”
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Cafe
“Different food strips in one place. The Alfresco, inside the Mactan Newtown. Every friday and Saturday, there is a folk dancing and shows.”
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Lodging
“A very nice and newly renovated beach resort. It was formerly known as Portofino Beach. Entrance fee @ PHP200 per person”
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Lodging
“Great Resort! Day Pass fee for beach and facility use. Reservation is required ”
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Establishment
“In the 16th century Mactan Island was colonized by Spain. An Augustinians friar founded the town of Opon in 1730 and became a city in 1961 and was renamed after Datu Lapu-Lapu, a Muslim king who defeated Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan in 1521. This battle is commemorated at the Lapu-Lapu shrine in Punta Engaño.”
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Premise
“Touristy Beach Resort in Mactan, Cebu. They also offer day trips which includes a lunch buffet and the use of the beach and their facilities. Relaxing, clean and peaceful. The beach is beautiful.”
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Restaurant
“When you’re in or anywhere near Lapu-Lapu City in Mactan Island, you have to try sutukil. Sutukil is a portmanteau of the three ways fish are cooked in eateries near the Mactan Shrine: Su is for sugba or grilled, tu is for tula or prepared into a soup and kil is for kilaw or turned into a raw fish salad. Sutukil restaurants let you choose whatever you want cooked from stalls of fresh fish, prawns, crabs, seaweeds, shells, clams and even lobsters”
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Italian Restaurant
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“Great pizza and Italian food at reasonable prizes.It's just right across to the left of Movenpick . Cash only though.”
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Restaurant
“Amazing thin crust Pizza of different styles and Spanish cuisine. Chicken al horno (baked chicken) and grilled squid is a must try”
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Cafe
“want to chill with a brewed coffee or ice coffee? The Mactan Newtown has a coffee shop, The Civet Coffee Shop.”
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Lodging
“You must go to IBIZA bar and restaurant. Go around 4pm. Enjoy the sunset. This place is amazing. Very chilled. Great people watching bar and lots of live entertainment and DJ's. Don't miss this. ”
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Point of Interest
“Mactan Newtown offers local restaurants, coffee shops, a pharmacy, and a grocery store.”
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Convenience Store
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