The Temple of Leah is fast becoming one of the most popular tourist attractions in Cebu City. This Greco-Roman inspired "temple" was built as a tribute to the late Leah Albino-Adarna, the matriarch of the family behind the Queensland Hotel Group.
Built in Busay, Cebu City, the Temple of Leah is an excellent vantage point to view Metro Cebu from above. For now, there is no entrance fee and the place is open to the public from morning until 6 pm in the afternoon.
Temple of Leah is becoming really popular among the masses that it gets so crowded during weekends. To get there, you may bring your own car and drive towards Busay. Temple of Leah is in the same area of Mountain View Resort and Lantaw Busay. For people who do not have cars, they can ride a habal-habal from JY Square in Salinas Drive, Lahug.
The best time to go there is late afternoon as it is not so hot anymore and the sunset can give your pictures very nice colors. After visiting Temple of Leah, you may have a sumptuous dinner at Lantaw Restaurant. I went there with my wife and friends around 4 pm and we went to Tops afterwards. Temple of Leah could be a good pitstop on your way Balamban.
Have you been to Temple of Leah? Comment and give me a link of your pictures. ;)