Location: Barangay Ga-as, Balamban, Cebu
Recommended budget for one: PhP150 for the food; camping is free, but visitors must bring their own tents
Most artifacts in Balwarte ni Alfredo were collected and brought from Indonesia.
Images: Left, @choi_caloy; Right, @resty.pascua.9
For a break away from the city’s modern architecture, head to Balwarte ni Alfredo and marvel at various prehistoric artifacts. Also known as the D’ Village Antique House and Diner, this stop-over in Balamban serves delicious street food and lutong-bahay (home-cooked) meals that will not hurt your wallet! You can also camp and pitch tents around the castle-like house and enjoy a breezy night with a few of your friends.
There’s so much to see and do in Balamban, but make sure to abide by safety protocols while visiting these mesmerizing spots. Remember to observe proper hygiene and wear your masks in public areas!
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