Phu-Sian Temple - Cebu Province Attractions

Phu-Sian Temple

Phu-Sian Temple is located in in Beverly Hills, Lahug, Cebu City.


Phusian Temple is a Buddhist temple and the third Chinese temple built on top of a  sacred hill from which sacred waters flow beneath. The waters are believed to have therapeutic effects. 



The temple was built by Dharma Master Weichi, a Buddhist from China, in 1979 and was inaugurated the following year. As of today, the temple is the only kind to have been established in the Philippines and is operated by seven Buddhist monks, most of whom are of Chinese descent.

Aside from the Cebu Taoist Temple, Phu Sian Temple is a place of reverence for Chinese Cebuanos where they re-energize their spirit through meditation.




Events Related to Phu-Sian Temple

Buhing Kalbaryo Festival
Fluvial Parade of the Child King
Kabuhian Festival
Mantawi Festival
Pasko sa Sugbu

Attractions Related to Phu-Sian Temple

Asiatown IT Park
Basilica del Santo Nino de Cebu
Caohagan Island
Casa Gerordo
Cebu Taoist Temple
Chapel of the Last Supper
Family Park
Fort San Pedro
Fort San Pedro National Museum
Heritage of Cebu Monument
Jesuit House of 1730
Magellan's Cross
Southwestern University Museum
Sumilon Island
Yap-Sandiego House