True love does have no endings.
The Temple of Leah was built to symbolize the undying love of a husband who wants to show his ceaseless devotion to his wife.
If the surname sounds familiar, it’s because “Leah” is the grandmother of the actress, Maria Elena Adarna or known as Ellen Adarna.
The temple was designed to withstand the test of time and has an architecture that can be appreciated by all those who walk inside.
It will serve as a landmark of Cebu City for future generations of Adarna, where their ancestry and heritage can be traced.
Offering the taste of ancient Greece, this majestic building is an impressive Cebu tourist spot that inspires awe.
From its Greek-like statues to its gorgeous architecture, there is no shortage of photo-perfect sights in the Temple of Leah.
You can spend an hour more there just admiring its ornate design and gleaming interiors.
The place offers a magnificent view of the busy and energetic metropolis too!
Who needs to book a flight to Rome or Athens when you see a preview of their beauty in Cebu?
And even if you’re not a selfie addict, you’ll suddenly find yourself snapping tons of photos at the Temple of Leah.
HOW TO GET THERE:
- Exact location: Landon Heights Roosevelt, Busay, Cebu City — 15-20 minutes away from JY Square or city proper.
- BY HABAL-HABAL: Ride a motorbike (max of 2 persons per bike), near or surrounding from JY Square Mall in Lahug. It would cost only ₱100 per head per way – ₱150 for 2 people. You may need to pay more and schedule ahead if you want a ride back from the city.
- BY TAXI/GRAB: Max of 4 persons only per car. Estimated cost is ₱200-250 per way from the city.
- BY CAR: Just navigate through Waze or Google Maps and set your destination to “Temple of Leah.”
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