Exploring Cebu’s Little Amsterdam: A Sirao Flower Garden Travel Guide

    Sirao Flower Garden Travel Guide – Known for its colorful Instagram-worthy rows of Celosia and other variety of flowers, Sirao Flower Farm has been in existent for quite a while now after it became a massive social media sensation in 2015. It received an overwhelming guest from where all it started, when a couple only just planted these plants to be harvested and sold on All Soul’s Day. But it gets to the point where tourist are uncontrollable that it became a victim of irresponsible tourism caused by human recklessness slowly destroying flowers in the farm.

     But recently, we personally visited the Sirao Flower Farm for the first time and we have to say the Little Amsterdam of Cebu is ready to enchant and attract more visitors. As there are now two gardens, the Sirao Pictorial Garden and Camping Site (PGCS) and Sirao Flower Garden just few meters away from each other. Also renovations and constructions is continuously on-going to accommodate future number of visitors.

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Cebu’s Little Amsterdam: Sirao Flower Garden

Sirao Pictorial Garden and Camping Site - Cebu City
Sirao Pictorial Garden and Camping Site (PGCS) – Cebu City
Cottages, Flowers and architectures in Sirao Pictorial Garden and Camping Site
Cottages, Flowers and architectures in Sirao Pictorial Garden and Camping Site
Mini Bench, Corn Statue and Colorful Flowers - Cebu Little Amsterdam Sirao Flower Garden
Mini Bench, Corn Statue and Colorful Flowers – Cebu Little Amsterdam Sirao Flower Garden
Windmills and wheelborrows are Sirao Flower Garden Cebu
Windmills and wheelborrows are Sirao Flower Garden Cebu

How To Get To Sirao Flower Farm?

Vintage House At Ayala Heights Turning Point To Sirao Flower Farm
Vintage House At Ayala Heights Turning Point To Sirao Flower Farm

* Having your own vehicle either a car, motorcycle or bicycle is still the best option to get to the farm, as you’re more control of your time and you won’t be having a hard time going back to the city. Your landmark is Ayala heights, turn right and just follow directions to get to the farm.

* If you’re commuting, just take a jeepney or cab to get you to JY Square Mall, Lahug. Then hire habal-habal(motorcyle) that will take you to Sirao Flower Farm. Fare ranges to 200-400 pesos round trip. Just ask the driver how long they can wait so you won’t be paying additional charge.

* Taxis can also get you the Sirao flower farm, but expect the fare would be higher.

Sirao Flower Garden Travel Guide: Other Friendly Tips and Information:

Beautiful sunflowers at Sirao Flower Garden
Beautiful sunflowers at Sirao Flower Garden

* Entrance fee: is 50 pesos. Entrance for Sirao Pictorial Garden and Camping Site (PGCS) and Sirao Flower Garden is separate.

* Opening hours: 6AM to 6:30PM Monday-Sunday

* Contact Details: 0946 183 1320 / 0946 937 7891

* Parking lot and food stalls are just available inside/outside the farm.

* Swimming pools and cottages are also available if you’re staying a little while. Just ask the front desk for the price.

* If you’re hiring a habal-habal, better settle everything with the driver first before going to the destination. You can ask them to include Temple of Leah, Tops Skyline Gardens in your itinerary but expect fare would be higher.

* According to the care taker we’ve asked, best month to visit the farm is in ber months where flowers blossom and abundant these time of the year. Although you can still visit the farm anytime but it’s better to arrive as early as 7 cause more and more people are visiting Sirao Flower Farm making you hard time to capture a descent shot.

* Sirao Flower Farm can also be rented for exclusive events like Debut/Photoshoots and Prenups. Just contact them in numbers above for reservations and pricing.

Exploring Cebu's Little Amsterdam - A Sirao Flower Garden Travel Guide
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– Last Update: March 31, 2018 –

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