The simplest way to get around is by hopping on a tricycle or multicab (small jeepney). Taxi is also available for a comfortable trip.
Always ask for taxi meter if you opt to pay by meter.. Drivers however may bargain if they notice that you are a tourist, hence the cost of the trip may double in price. However, you have the option not to agree and may report such to local authorities. If you know the name of the building, establishment, area or street you wish you reach, this is still the fastest way to get to your destination.
If you opt for more adventure, then do as the locals and catch a colorful jeepney. Simply ask around for which route to take. They are available 24 hours and cover most of the nooks and crannies of the city.
Mactan Cebu International Airport (MCIA)
The Mactan Cebu International Airport is located in Lapu-Lapu City, Mactan, Cebu.
It is a major trade center in the south for both domestic and international traffic. It is the main entryway to Cebu and traffic is continually increasing. It is now serving 602 commercial flights weekly transporting 10,223 passengers daily. The Mactan Cebu International Airport is only 3 to 4 hours to 14 cities in Asia Pacific and is the country's second primary gateway.
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With its coastal location, one may opt to travel to Lapu-Lapu from Cebu city and back by ferry. It offers a memorable and scenic boat trip across the Mactan Channel from the Muelle Osmeña in Lapu-Lapu city to Pier 3, Cebu City.
Punta Engaño Wharf
Punta Engaño is located at the southern edge of Lapu-Lapu City in Mactan Island. The small boats leave every hour for the Barrio Santa Rosa, the port Olango Island. If one is in a rush, hiring a private motor banca to get to and from the island is an expensive alternative. The boat ride takes 20 minutes.
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