Gimingaw na ba mo sa Colon Night Market? You no longer need to worry, bai because it has reopened following a virus outbreak closure. Ari nasad ta mag wara-wara!
Cebuanos and our local and foreign tourists can now go thrift shopping, fill their bellies with the wide stretch of food stalls, and dive into the huge selections of both “ukay-ukay” and branded apparel, shoes, and other accessories. Thanks to the night market, which opened in September to coincide with Tourism Month and the start of the infamous “ber months.” The oldest street in Cebu City and the Philippines, and its tremendous history are what make it the busiest place. For entertainment and events, a stage has also been constructed up next to the Obelisk at the intersection of Mabini and Colon streets.
Nothing compares to the legendary Cebu nightlife with its lively atmosphere that embodies a vibrant culture being given its due. It’s fantastic to see this storied business district returning to Colon Street with a variety of reasonably priced items and street food options to satiate your hunger. Due to the resemblances in characteristics and customs, its resurgence would undoubtedly elevate tourism. You have a limitless number of options over 340 exhibitors of dry food and 120 food vendors to satisfy your urge.
Aside from it being populated, basin diri na nimo makit-an imong forever bai. Naka suroy-suroy na ba tanan? When kaya? Kita kits nalang sa Colon, mga ka-bisaya!