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Blessed with lavish varieties of flowers, this place is definitely picturesque. With the perfect angles and lightings awesome shots could surely be taken. Highly recommended for all millennials who loves Instagram worthy places.
This place offer a nice view over the hills nearby Cebu. In addition to that, there is a lot of different varieties of flowers that bring a lot of color to this place (red, yellow, purple. etc). There is also some sculpture that well done...More
Our visit to Sirao Flower Garden was bundled with two other spots in the hills of Busay, Cebu. We hired a taxi to take us to these spots for P1.5K (around $30).
Entrance fee is a measly P50 ($1) with a parking fee of P20...More
Went here as I am curious, the photos looks so nice. If you plan to get a view of Cebu City then it would be nice to include this on your IT. I wasn't "wowwed" when we get there however it might be different if...More
Some of the space does not have flowers since they are still planting them. some of the flowers are already blooming. There are a lot of spots that you can take beautiful pictures. We went here during peak season and was able to get beautiful...More
its my first time to go there, very nice view eventhough you pay entrance fee for 50pesos each but its worth it, really enjoyed the spots its very cool all the flowers, we hire a family van to go there to accomodate us all family...More
It's a kitchy mess. Yes, the entrance fee is only Php50. But it's not worth almost the 2 hour drive in traffic. I understand that it's under construction but the whole thing is a mishmash of concrete art pieces with no distinct design aesthetic. The...More