Temple of Leah - Busay, Cebu City
Have you been to this European-inspired monument in Busay, Cebu City? Temple of Leah is one of the most visited attractions in the city.
This Temple was constructed in 2012 as a symbol of Teodorico Soriano Adarna's undying love for his wife and his ceaseless devotion to Leah Villa Albino-Adarna, his wife of than 50 years. He adopted an architectural and structural design that can withstand time and still be appreciated for a millennium so this Temple will become a landmark of Cebu City where future generations of the Adarna clan coming from her can come and trace their roots and heritage. Teodorico Adarna is the father of Ellen Adarna, a local celebrity in the Philippines.
This soon to become historical site is still undergoing construction as of this writing, so for the tourists to enter in, there is a charge of 50 Pesos (P50) per head for maintenance. Children below 10 years old are free.
SCENIC VIEW OF THE CITY
Aside from Tops, you can also have a good glimpse of the city views and lights from this temple.
There is now a food stall inside to feed your hungry stomach. You can also buy food outside.
If you want to bring your vehicle with you, you can park outside but slots are limited or you can also park inside the premises for a fee of 100 Pesos (P100).
6:00am to 11:00pm
- If you are a group going there, the best way to get there is to rent a van for hire and tour Tops, Top of Cebu, Temple of Leah and Terrrazas de Flores - they are just a few meters away from each other. You may want to check out GoToTops Facebook Page
- You can also hire a taxi and tell the driver you will be going to Temple of Leah.
- If you are traveling there solo and are adventurous enough, you may want to charter a habal habal (motorbike) at JY Square Mall and just tell the driver to wait for you.
- If you want to go there on a private vehicle, the place is just a few meters before reaching Tops
- For detailed guide going there, check this out