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1. Light a candle at the 300-year-old Basilica de Santo Niño as a sign of devotion and prayer. Interesting to note is that someone may be hired to offer a candle and even dance your intentions. Visit the nearby colonial Fort San Pedro (best time to get there is early in the morning, at 6:00am, or late in the afternoon, at 6:00pm).
2. Eat Lechon, Cebu’s famous roasted pig! One of our favorites is Zubuchon (made famous worldwide by Anthony Bourdain’s recommendation) which is not only available by the kilo at the Mactan International Airport, Banilad Town Center and Capitol Site, but also just opened two dining outlets along Mango Avenue and Escario Street.
3. Go shopping! Cebu boasts several shopping malls, but the two biggest are SM and Ayala, where you can find almost anything. For clothes, the Cebu-based Loalde clothing line is a good buy, competing well withinternational brands like Mango and Lacoste.
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