Partying in Cebu
The restaurants of Cebu have evolved from simple food stalls to elaborate establishments that offer international cuisine and fine dining. Although just about every type of food imaginable can be fund here, the real treats are in the local food, which comes in all shapes and sizes in Cebu and most regions of the Philippines are represented here. Grilled food is particularly popular and includes freshly caught grilled fish and a grilled chicken dish known as lechon manok. All the most areas of the city feature a large number of restaurants, and many of the most popular eateries stay open until late at night.
These days, modern shopping malls cover Cebu, attracting everyone from teenagers searching for the latest fashions to tourists intent on picking up a great deal on locally produced handicrafts. Most of these malls consists of several levels and are almost like small cities themselves as they include everything from restaurants to cinemas and games arcades. It is worth checking with the staff at you cheap Cebu hotel to see if they are affiliated with any of the malls or shops, as there may be even bigger savings to be made.
Taking in a performance at the theatre is a popular activity for visitors who want a break from drinking in bars every night. The city’s oldest theatre is the Teatro Junquera, and a broad spectrum of different types of performances are regularly held here.
Usually staying open until the early hours of the morning, the clubs of Cebu attract people from all walks of life. Whether you want to shake your thing on the dance floor or simply sit back and relax with a cool cocktail while the dj spins the latest tunes on the decks, Cebu’s clubs are great places to meet new people and soak up the atmosphere. Many visitors choose to hang out at the club in their cheap Cebu resort as these establishments often stay open until dawn.
Featuring large groups of bikini clad women, Cebu’s bikini bars are mainly located in tourist and expat areas of the city such as Mango Avenue, Sanciangko Street and Osmena Boulevard. Bikini bars are popular with expats and male travellers as the female dancers that ca be found within are usually dressed in tiny bikinis. While this type of club may not appeal to all visitors to Cebu, bikini bars are very much a part of the nightlife scene, although these bars can easily be avoided by those who are looking for other types of entertainment.
Filipinos pride themselves on their ability to sing and play musical instruments and a great number of the entertainment venues throughout the city support live bands, especially in the early hours of the evening. Just about every style of music imaginable can be heard here and while a large number of local bands play covers of popular rock and pop tunes, other types of music that can be heard in Cebu include jazz, blues, reggae and salsa.
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