Cebu’s Very Own Nayong Pilipino

Mountain View Nature Park Series I: Mini Nayong Pilipino

I was so excited to take photos using my camera so I raced towards Mountain View Nature Park as soon as I got out of the office. When I started shooting, however, I learned that the battery’s running really low and the camera would surely automatically turn off in a few minutes. So I clicked as much as I could. And sadly, I was only able to take a couple of photos. Noooooooooooo! Sige na lang! But don’t worry guys. I’ll go back there as soon as I can.

In case you didn’t know, Mountain View Nature Park is a nature park just a few hundred meters below the famed TOPS Garden (I’ve never been there.) It’s basically a nature park and it’s designed to suit the needs of all members of the family. It has a children’s park, a botanical garden, picnic tables, hundreds of benches, Videoke machines, a zoo, some cabins, viewing decks, hanging bridges, mini-restaurants, a mini Nayong Pilipino, stations of the cross, a Christmas park and so many more. Entrance is only Php50 for 3 yrs old and above [unlimited use].

Here are my photos of the Nayong Pilipino. With a twist. 🙂

Amazing view of the metro.

Welcome to the Mini Nayong Pilipino

Up we go! Don’t worry, the view is worth it!

Waterfront Cebu and the Cebu Business Park cluster. Looking awesome!

Took this photo at around 5:30 in the afternoon after a heavy rain. So, it’s not smog.

Loving the nice, well-maintained roads at Mountain View.

If you see these orange huts, you’re quite close.

After reaching the top of the stairs, you will see this web of stairs.

Mr. Alligator!

Fascinating plant. Anybody knows the name of this one?

One of the many ’24-hour standby areas’ at the park.

Check out these cute mini chocolate hills and muslim vintas. Wait, aren’t vintas those colorful boats?

The Magellan’s Cross Kiosk looks so cute.

The iconic cannon of Corregidor Island.

Mayon Volcano of course, has to make an appearance.

The Rizal Park statue and obilesk. Extra cute!

This mini-bridge looks so pretty.

Hagdan-hagdang palayan (rice terraces) of the Ifugao.

Have you been to the Mini Nayong Pilipino in Mountain View? What do you think of it? Let us know!