What we miss most about Cebu

January 12, 2021


Months into this lockdown and with the ongoing restrictions on travel, we are sure that the wanderlust is very real already. We might not be heading to Cebu for 2021’s Sinulog celebration, but you can still savor the food and virtually travel through www.trueid.ph!


Check out these videos that highlight Cebu and the Queen City of the South which made us miss Cebu even more!



Carcar Lechon

Cebu is well-known for its lechon and this crispy Carcar lechon is one of the city’s bests which is a definite must-try! When was the last time you had lechon from Cebu?

Watch it here.


Grilled Chicken Halang-Halang

Chicken is a staple but have you ever tried Cebu’s halang-halang dish? A spicy dish that makes you miss the city even more! But no worries because in this episode of Tilaw, we see how Cebuanos make the grilled chicken halang-halang, so you can also make it from the comfort of your home.

Watch it here.


Banana Masareal Crepe

We love shopping for pasalubongs especially in a city like Cebu! One of the staples loved by locals and visitors, masareal! Tilaw teaches us how to level up your masareal by pairing it with bananas and turning it into a crepe.

Get the recipe here.


Colon Street

If you have ever been in Cebu, we are sure you’ve been to or even passed by Colon Street. But did you know that this is actually the oldest national road in the Philippines? Colon Street is the traditional heart of the city, along with its rich history and local culture.

Check it out here.


Nature trips

Biyahe Ni Drew brings you nature-tripping at its finest in Oslob, Cebu. Drew visits two of its natural wonders: the Tumalog Falls, perfect for vacationers who wish to take a dip in cool waters, and the Aguinid Falls, a multi-tiered falls with a breathtaking beauty. Join Drew Arellano as he explores Cebu’s natural wonders in Oslob, Cebu.


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