Flower Gardens In Cebu- Surrounded by 167 islands and islets, Cebu in the Philippines is known for its rich history, vibrant culture, and mesmerizing beaches. And, how can we forget the flower gardens, these are what tempted me to make a dual trip to Cebu in a single year.

Cebu is home to a number of flower gardens, and each of them, let me say that again, each of them will make you fall head over heels in love with the place. If you are someone who needs a break from this cruel world and a place to relax, Cebu is the place for you.

While enjoying the breathtaking view of flowers, you can even attempt some adventurous activities, just in case you are bored. However, you’d never get bored of the flower gardens in Cebu.

Here, I have curated a list of flower gardens for you that you must visit in Cebu. Read on.

Terrazas De Flores

The name Terrazas de Flores means ‘terraces of flowers,’ in English. Home to over 127 species of plants and flowers, Terrazas de Flores is one of the must-see Cebu botanical gardens.

It is the first and only flower terrace in the country. You will need to make your way down a beaten path. You can go using your own vehicle or hire a taxi if you don’t have one. Once you reach it, you will be greeted by the mesmerizing sight of the terraced flowers, one of a kind.

You will find hectares of land adorned with flowers that you can’t take your eyes off. It’s the most chromatic display of beautiful flowers arranged meticulously on a mountain slope. If you need a break, you can even take advantage of the cabanas in the gardens, owned by the three children of the owners.

Sirao Flower Garden

People from all over the world come to visit the Sirao Flower Garden, which is also known as the ‘Little Amsterdam of Cebu’ due to its resemblance to the famous tulip gardens of Amsterdam.

It started with the Celosia or cockscomb flowers, and it’s the time when they are in full bloom that you will see the resemblance and feel like you’re in Amsterdam. The flowers are in shades of red, orange, pink, and yellow.

Sirao Flower Graden offers panoramic views of the country. However, the flowers aren’t the only tourist attraction in the garden; you will also find a giant hand that you can use to click stunning pictures of the countryside and of the garden.

Buwakan ni Alejandra

The name of the garden, ‘Buwakan ni Alejandra,’ is named after the owner’s grandmother. She was known for her love of flowers and gardening. This historic flower garden boasts a rich legacy dating back to the Japanese occupation. The garden’s layout itself is a testament to its history.

Explore the vibrant fields of the garden pathways lined with mature trees, some of them towering over the vibrant blooms. The design of the garden incorporates traditional elements, creating a harmonious blend of culture and nature.

Visiting Buwakan ni Alejandra will give you a journey through time, offering you a glimpse into Cebu’s rich heritage.

Celosia Flower Farm

The Celosia Flower Farm isn’t actually a single-named farm but rather refers to several forms of farms in Sairo, Cebu, Philippines, that are known for their vibrant fields of celosia flowers, also known as the cockscomb flowers.

These flower farms have become popular tourist destinations, particularly for those who love taking scenic photos. The bright red, yellow, and pink celosia flowers create a stunning visual spectacle, making for an idyllic backdrop for Instagram-worthy pictures.

These farms are located in the cool highlands of Sirao, Cebu. The area is known for its fresh mountain air and beautiful landscapes, making it an even more pleasant escape from the hustle and bustle of Cebu City.


In conclusion, Cebu’s flower gardens offer a myriad of delights for seeking respite from the chaos of everyday life. From the vibrant blooms of Sirao Flower Garden to the tranquil oasis of Mantayupan Falls and Gardens, each destination invites visitors to reconnect with nature and find solace amidst the beauty of their surroundings.

Whether embarking on a solo adventure or sharing moments of joy with loved ones, a visit to these enchanting gardens is sure to leave a lasting impression on the soul, making it a must-visit destination for any nature enthusiast.

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