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Tops Lookout

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Clement & Sherelyn
Clement & Sherelyn
February 5, 2020
rom the downtown, let’s take you somewhere high – TOPS. But wait, let me just tell you that if you have not hired a car, this time, I suggest you do. And unless you know your way to the top, they also offer transportation to and from Tops. Probably one of the most overrated tourist spots in Cebu…
L'Y
L'Y
January 30, 2020
Essentially a great lookout / viewing point at the "top of Cebu". Fantastic views of the City from a Fort like structure. Modest refreshments available.
Denise
Denise
November 26, 2019
An entrance fee of Php 100.00 per person entitles the visitor to unlimited stay at the area and use of facilities like the cottages, benches, and comfort rooms. Sitting at 2,000 feet above sea level, it's a great place for relaxation and peace.
Mia Charisse
Mia Charisse
October 27, 2019
Nothing beats the view from the top, and in Cebu’s case, it’s hard to find something that matches the view from the Tops Lookout in Cebu City. Tops Lookout offers a great panoramic view of Cebu City, the surrounding sea, and the islands just across the Queen City.
Kristel Jade
Kristel Jade
October 17, 2019
This is a great place for sight seeing. You'll be able to see the entire City View. Best Time to visit is during sunset. You can make this your last Stop if you plan to visit Busay Tourists Spots.

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Sinema
“Approx 15 mins taxi depending on traffic. Many branded shops eg Levis, Apple, Samsung, H&M etc. Food court at top floor. Scores of restaurants on "The Terraces" and some bars on the very top floor eg The Social. Live bands / events on a regular basis. Some nice outside areas to relax. ”
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