From Sipalay, it's roughly 100 miles (161 kilometers) to the northeast to Cebu Island and 110 miles (177 kilometers) to the east to Cebu.
Visitors commonly use Sipalay as a launch pad for further adventures. This sought-after tourism region possesses numerous terrific cultural and natural attractions.
The best places for travelers to visit when they arrive in a new destination are the ones that best illustrate the culture. Don't miss Visayan Islands' craft workshops.
If you tend to slow down when you are on holiday, Visayan Islands has some good options that will suit you, like beach combing and sunbathing.
Often, the best travel memories can be found in a region's eateries. Prawns as well as clams are common ingredients used in cooking here. Batchoy (pork offal noodles) and kadios baboy langka (pork and pea soup) are just two popular dishes guaranteed to delight visitors' palates with the true flavours of Visayan Islands. After the main course dishes are cleared away order the mouthwatering utap (puff pastry).
Travelers lucky enough to be visiting Visayan Islands or in other parts of the Philippines on the 12th of June, can join the country-wide Independence Day activities and celebrations.
As you come to the end of your stay in Visayan Islands, don't forget that you can visit again. As you may have heard the locals say: A visitor once, a friend from now on.