Sirao Garden wasn’t really part of the list of places we’d planned to visit yesterday. But because we were already there, it just made sense to also check it out. I have to admit that even with its popularity, I haven’t been here before, so I was really curious and excited.
As it turns out, Sirao Garden didn’t really give that little Amsterdam vibe. Maybe it was just me, but yeah, to me it was just a piece of land where a lot of flowers were planted. Don’t get me wrong, I really liked the place. I just feel like there’s still a lot of things that can be improved.
Let me tell you what I liked about the place. It was the flowers. It was the fact that the whole place, every nook and corner was Instagram-worthy. You can strike a pose anywhere with the garden’s vibrant colors, unique landscape and even the cute cottages.
If any friend or family comes to visit Cebu someday, I’d really like to take them here. Sirao Garden shows that Cebu isn’t just about the beaches. We’re more than just white sand and clear blue waters. We have beautiful scenery up in the mountains too.
Entrance fee to the garden is PHP50 a person. There’s also a parking fee of PHP20. If you get hungry, there’s a lot of stores outside the garden where you can buy snacks. Of course, I bought sweet corn on a cob because I’m me and even with bad molars, I’m still a sucker for sweet corn. There’s also a pool, well, two actually. One was still under construction. I didn’t ask if the other pool was open for use, though, because I’m not really a pool person. But I think the new pool is worth checking out when it’s functioning.
I really had a good time here, and we had a lot of pictures. I am just going to post a few, though, but trust me, if you haven’t been there yet, you should definitely add this to your list of places to visit. It’s worth the trip and the memories.
Sirao Garden Adventures With EyeAndJay