Cebu, Philippines: History And Industry

Named to be the second city of the Pearl of the Orient Seas, Cebu continues to flourish along with its almost 3 million citizens. Cebu, Philippines, the address that has become the mode and means of trade and industry and even to tourism, commending all the largest tourist spots and historical places built therein. It is undeniably true that Cebu is one of the most competitive cities in the Philippines not only for its industrial outputs but also for its intellectual and educational products. Cebu’s academes are one bundle of the finest higher education institutions in the country. Way back Magellan’s colonizing frontier, Cebu was a native agricultural and undeveloped land, and as time sweeps by, Cebu have turned into a fully operational city and become the second largest productive city in the Philippines.
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A Peek of Camotes Island

Camotes Islands are group of islands located at the northern part of the Cebu Province. The Camotes are divided into four islands namely: Poro, Pacijan, Ponson and Tulang. The entire Camotes Island is small in land area with only one or two municipality in each island. Not quite a big number to say. But nevertheless, Camotes Island has many things to be proud of.

Camotes Island’s major attractions to the tourists are their beaches which are white-sand, azure-colored and translucent. The Island of Camotes has gained a premier reputation of being a good place to have a get-away with. One of the destinations here is the massive mangrove plantation along the San Francisco road. Lake Danao has also become a favorite attraction for tourists visiting the Island of Camotes.

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