Kalye Serye Cebu: Sibonga - A True Breath of Fresh Air!

Sibonga, Cebu

When I first stepped on Sibonga's town park, I immediately noticed the huge trees around. What a real breath of fresh air! I'm not sure how crowded it gets but when we went, there were only a few people so I enjoyed walking around. It's peaceful! The park is a perfect place to bond with family and friends. 

About Sibonga
Info from Wikipedia

  • Third municipal income class municipality in the province of Cebu
  • Started developing the town to become more industrial while still preserving its natural bounty
  • The town fiesta on August 10 celebrates the feast of Saint Philomena
  • Home to the famous Simala-Lindogon Church or Miraculous Mama Mary Shrine

It would have been my first time to visit Simala but we skipped it during our SouthWalk. A lot of my friends and people I know have been there and they would always seem surprised when I tell them that I haven't been there yet. 

Simala Shrine, Sibonga, Cebu
*Photo from Cebu Gazette. Know more about Simala here

Most of the tourists who visit Cebu would usually visit Simala while I haven't been there even with almost 8 years of living in Cebu. I don't know why but I often find myself not frequenting places where most people would go. Anyway, there's always a time to visit Simala in the future but for now, I'm not in a rush. 

Our stopover at Sibonga was short and sweet, just quite right for us to take in the peace and calmness plus take photos. Here goes! 

Sibonga, Cebu

Sibonga, Cebu

Sibonga, Cebu

Sibonga, Cebu

Sibonga, Cebu

Sibonga, Cebu

After going around the park, we went to the baywalk. 

Sibonga, Cebu

Sibonga, Cebu

Sibonga, Cebu

Sibonga, Cebu

Sibonga, Cebu

Sibonga, Cebu

And of course, here's my selfeet

Sibonga, Cebu

That's it for this week's edition! Hope you found something you like. ;) 


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Kalye Serye, formerly Snapshots Saturday, is a weekly blog series featuring my street photography venture. Kalye (street) and Serye (series) aims to build and promote social awareness in the community and the world by creating and sharing meaningful photographs.

Street photography is mainly the act of taking photos candidly which doesn't necessarily have to happen in the streets all the time. Read more about it here - Why Street Photography?


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