Nightlife at the Crossroads Cebu Place guide


Cebu and Bohol

Nightlife at the Crossroads Cebu

Upscale international food and drinks without breaking the bank.


Cebu can be found in the Visayas group of islands and is known as the “Queen City of the South.” It’s the busiest seaport in the country and a popular destination for travelers and tourists, teeming with beautiful scenery and adventures you don’t want to miss. If you’re the type of traveler that just can’t get enough of delicious well-prepared food or ending a long day of exploring with a smooth cocktail as your nightcap, then a stop at the Crossroads in Cebu is just the place for you. Trip Guru highly recommends this place if you prefer enjoyable and upscale entertainment without breaking the bank. There’s sure to be a club or restaurant that will happily cater to your needs.

The Vudu Nightclub mixes fun with high-class drinking, and features an elegant design with blue-colored lights. The nightclub plays smooth jazz and other kinds of relaxing music. It’s a place where you can dress to impress and party all night long. There’s also GILT, an artisan lounge and cocktail lab. Chic and gorgeous, it’s perfect for that retro vibe. For a Mexican-inspired resto-bar, there’s Maya, a relaxing restaurant with high ceilings, decorated tastefully – from the glowing candles to gorgeous art, it’s sure to please your eyes and your palate.

To get to Crossroads Mall from Banilad, it’s a short drive if you get a rental car or taxi. Go northeast towards A.S. Fortuna St. Then turn left onto A.S. Fortuna St. Turn left towards Banilad Rd./Gov.M. Cuenco Ave, make a slight right onto Banilad Rd/Gov. M. Cuenco Ave. Turn right onto Crossroads Mall Vudu is open from 9pm onwards, Thursday to Saturday. GILT is open all week except Sundays, 5pm to 2am.

Visitors are reminded to keep their wits about them and to take care of their belongings. Guard your drink at all times and bring along a friend or somebody you trust, just in case. It’s also encouraged to talk in English for better communication, as most Filipinos understand and are fluent in the language. Don’t forget mosquito repellant and umbrellas, in case you find yourself outdoors.

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