Getting Started with Cebuanas.com Chat

By On Mon Dec 19, 2016, 11:27 pm

Dear members,

We have made improvements on our chat. We would like you to try it and give us a feedback as we continue to improve this feature.

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Chat Won't Load?

By On Tue Jun 14, 2016, 7:25 pm

When there are updates on Flash and browsers, most likely the chat will experience troubles. It might not load. If you are experiencing this, please update your browser and/or Flash Player version.

For the latest Flash Player, download here > https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/



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Happy Holidays from Cebuanas.com

By On Tue Dec 22, 2015, 8:00 pm

Hi there,

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Adobe Flash Player Update - version 16

By On Mon Dec 15, 2014, 12:40 am

There has been an update to Adobe Flash Player. If you experienced a flash player issue recently in using the website and chat feature like this:



Please update your Adobe Flash Player to the latest version.

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Countries Allowed to Enter the Philippines without Visas

By On Fri Dec 12, 2014, 12:30 am

Nationals from countries listed below are allowed to enter the Philippines without visas for a stay not exceeding 30 days, provided:
(a) they hold valid tickets for their return journey to port of origin or next port of destination, and
(b) their passports are valid for at least six (6) months beyond their intended stay in the Philippines:



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How to Chat on your Android Phone

By On Wed Oct 29, 2014, 4:16 am

Here are the simple steps to be able to use Cebuanas.com's chat feature on Android phones.

STEP 1: On your Android Phone, Configure the Security Settings

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How to Download and Install Adobe Flash Player to Android Phones

By On Tue Oct 28, 2014, 1:43 am

Can't use the Cebuanas.com Chat in your mobile phone because of this Flash Player thing on your screen? Well, we found a solution. Try it now!

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How to Allow Pop-ups in Internet Explorer

By On Tue Oct 14, 2014, 7:25 am

We recommend that you allow pop-ups for Cebuanas.com to prevent you from having difficulties in using the Chat feature.

For Internet Explorer, the easiest way to allow is when you see this in your browser, usually seen at the bottom of the page.

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How to Allow Pop-ups in Firefox Browser

By On Tue Oct 14, 2014, 6:46 am

If your chat window did not open, you might need to allow pop-ups for Cebuanas.com. Firefox allows you to control pop-ups through the Options window.

Firefox displays an information bar when a pop-up is blocked. You can simply click the Options button, then select "Allow pop-ups for www.Cebuanas.com".

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How to Allow Pop-ups in Chrome Browser

By On Tue Oct 14, 2014, 6:05 am

Configure your browser to allow pop-ups for Cebuanas.com. Chrome has this feature that can prevent new windows from opening, thus, preventing the "Write a Message" or Chat window to open. Allowing pop-up is very easy. Follow our steps:

See the message "Pop-up blocked" in the address bar.

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Password Security Tips

By On Wed Sep 24, 2014, 2:53 am

Upon signup, always use a strong password (like 8 or more characters long) that will not be easily guessed and hacked. Make sure it's easy for you to remember but hard for others to guess.

Use extra caution when accessing your account from a public or shared computer so that others cannot view your personal information, including your password, or use your account for bad activities that may cause harm.

Never give out your password to anyone, to friends and to any people you meet online.

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Philippine Bank Account for Foreigners

By On Mon Sep 8, 2014, 9:03 pm

Foreign residents can open a bank account in the Philippines. For those who have stayed for at least 180 days can open accounts similarly to Filipino citizens. Non-resident foreigners are usually allowed to open foreign currency deposit accounts only.

When opening an account, you may present your passport and/or Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR I-Card). Other banks may let you open an account without the ACR I-card, but check out with the bank first because other banks have different requirements. You can get the ACR I-card at the nearest Immigration Office. After the approval process, you can have your ATM Card that allows you to withdraw money at ATM machines nationwide.

Philippine banking hours is from 9:00am to 3:00 in the afternoon from Monday to Friday. Other banks, like BDO and Metrobank, and the ones in the shopping malls are open on Saturday except for public holidays. All banks in the Philippines, either private or government-owned, always make sure that your deposits are safe and secure.

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Tips for a Successful Online Dating Profile

By On Wed Aug 27, 2014, 3:18 am



USERID
Select a clever, eye-catching username that you can remember easily and attracts the attention of people looking for a long-term relationship. When selecting a userID, be aware of any meanings it may have. Also, please do not use your real name and your last name in your profile. This sets you up as an easy target for scams, ID theft and other frauds online.


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Philippines Gross Domestic Product

By On Fri Aug 8, 2014, 6:54 pm

14% of the Philippines' Gross Domestic Product are remittances from overseas Filipino workers, making them as the largest contributors to the Philippine economy. Remittances of OFW reaches to 20,116,992 in thousand US Dollars wherein 15,776,576 for land based and 4,340,416 for sea based. This is based on the 2011 Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas statistics. In 2012, approximately 80% of the remittances came from only 7 countries—United States and Canada, the United Kingdom, UAE and Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and Japan.





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Philippines: Top 8 Worlds Friendliest Country

By On Thu Jul 10, 2014, 8:04 pm

The Philippines is Asia’s friendliest country and ranked 8th best in the world in the list of the "World’s Friendliest Countries" in the "Expat Explorer Survey 2011." This shows how the well-known Filipino warm and friendly hospitality trait still remains as one of its greatest assets. All throughout the years, the country has been known to possess genuine hospitality towards visitors, foreigners, or expatriates.


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A Cute Filipina Girl



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Television Shows Cebu, Philippines

By On Sun Jul 6, 2014, 7:22 am

Most television programs from news, variety shows to TV series in the Philippines are in Tagalog language. There are English language programs but are shown in cable channels. The Philippines is a country that simply loves good story-telling, that is why the Filipino people, especially, the Filipino girls are fond of watching drama series or soap opera shows, which is aired in prime-time five days a week. Loyal followers mostly are the housewives and senior citizens. The plots on Teleserye or TV Series usually are rich lad, poor girl, kidnapping, amnesia plot or baby switching.


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The Lovely Filipinas Angel Locsin (The Legal Wife) and Anne Curtis (Dyesebel) in their top rating Teleserye's in ABS-CBN - (photo credits to ABS-CBN)



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Pension House Rates: Cebu Philippines

By On Sun Jul 6, 2014, 6:57 am

Pension houses (some known as boarding house or small hotel) are the best alternative when the hotels are fully booked during peak seasons. Daily rates are from 700 pesos to 800 pesos for single rooms, 1,000 pesos to 1,300 pesos for double rooms. The rooms have air-con and a private toilet and bath. Facilities include cable TV, telephone, laundry and room service, and restaurant. Most of the Pension houses in Cebu are located in an area with accessibility to shopping malls and other commercial areas.

Pension house Photos in Cebu, Philippines



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Hotel Rates Cebu, Philippines

By On Sun Jul 6, 2014, 6:30 am

There are budget hotels in Cebu with a price range of 900 pesos to 2000 pesos ($20 - $45) per day. With facilities like Wifi, elevator and clean rooms. Prices differ on location with accessibility to shopping malls and other commercial areas. Top hotels or First class hotels like Marriott, Waterfront, Shangri-la, Plantation Bay hotel and resorts costs from 6,000 pesos to 10,000 pesos ($134 - $222) per day with high quality service and amenities such as swimming pools, restaurants, a mini-golf course, gym, entertainment, spas and more to enjoy.

Be worry free and have fun with your Filipina date from Cebuanas.com Filipina dating site while enjoying your stay to any of the hotels that fits your budget and style.

Top Hotel Photos from Cebu, Philippines



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Medical Care Cebu, Philippines

By On Fri Jul 4, 2014, 10:27 pm

Medical consultation fee costs around Php300.00 ($7.00) to Php450.00 ($10.00) in private clinics and free on public centers. When it comes to pregnancy or delivery, rates vary. Normal delivery cost around 1,800 pesos to 6,000 pesos ($40- $134) in birthing centers or homes. Top private hospitals cost around 50,000 pesos to 60,000 pesos ($1111 - $1333) like Chong-Chua Hospital in Cebu. Caesarian delivery cost about 20,000 pesos ($444) in regular hospitals and around 60,000 pesos to 100,000 pesos ($1333 - $2222) in top private hospitals.


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Cebu Doctors Hospital



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Philippine Languages

By On Wed Jun 25, 2014, 7:12 pm

There are between 120 and 175 languages spoken in the Philippines wherein Filipino in the form of Tagalog serves as the official language and English is the second official language. About 55% of the Filipinos speak Tagalog. There are 9 dialects that are widely spoken, including Ilocano (the language of approximately 11 million in northern Luzon), and Cebuano (by 16 million on and around the island of Cebu).


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How are you in different Philippine dialects



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Dress-Up your Profile: How to Add Great Photos

By On Wed Jun 25, 2014, 7:02 pm

Men with three or more photos receive four times as much interest from the ladies on our site! Human beings are visual creatures by nature, so you should try to tell a story with your photos. Use them as a primary tool to express who you are, what you love to do, where you love to go, and what type of life you live.

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Filipina girl in the beach




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Internet Cafe Rental Cost: Cebu, Philippines

By On Fri Jun 20, 2014, 9:57 pm

Majority of the Filipina girls who are members in an online Filipina dating website do not own personal computer with webcam. They rent computers in internet cafes with rates ranging from Php10.00-Php20.00 per hour ($0.23-$0.45), with webcam available for use. Other net cafe's have a "Peso-net" which has a timer that is set in 4 minutes - 6 minutes per one peso, but no webcam. Printing, scanning, online gaming, CD/DVD burning and basic computer training services are offered in most of the internet cafe's here.

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Filipina Girls chatting in the internet cafe




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Passport Processing & Prices: Cebu Philippines

By On Thu May 15, 2014, 7:55 pm

In processing a Philippine passport, fees are Php950.00 for non-rush that will take around 15 working days, and Php1,200.00 for rush processing, which usually takes 7 working days. An additional fee of Php200.00 will be charged for processing of Lost Passports.

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Department of Foreign Affairs - Cebu Office and Passport Photos




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Movie Theatres Cebu, Philippines

By On Thu May 15, 2014, 7:40 pm

You can enjoy full movie experience of any blockbuster movies either in IMAX, 3D or 2D film with much comfort in a very affordable price. Movie tickets cost Php180.00 for local movies, Php200 for international movies and Php450.00 to Php500.00 for 3D movies. You can bring most fast food or grocery purchases into threatres.


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SM Cebu Movie House



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College Tuition Prices: Cebu Philippines

By On Thu May 15, 2014, 7:36 pm

Average tuition fees in Cebu college levels depends on the school, courses and subject units they take. More or less it starts from Php18,000.00 ($400) on competitive average schools to Php50,000.00 ($1,111) on top universities for one semester. Payment for tuition and other school fees may be done in full at the time of Enrollment or by monthly installment.

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University of San Carlos - Cebu Philippines




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Property Ownership for Foreigners

By On Thu May 15, 2014, 6:21 pm

A foreigner or non-Philippine nationals can not really own a piece of land in the Philippines in his own name. You can lease a Private land for 25 years, renewable for another period of twenty-five years upon mutual agreement of both lessor and lessee. Commercial land can be leased by foreigners for 50 years + 25 years.

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Philippine Beach Front




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Barbecue - Street Food in the Philippines

By On Mon May 5, 2014, 8:04 am

This is one of a Filipino version of 'dining out':

A stick of small pork barbecue costs 10 pesos each (about $0.25 US). Pork chops and chicken barbecue sticks costs about 50 pesos ($1.25 US). Grilled Squid is 90 pesos to 100 pesos depending on the size, and fish is 50 pesos to 100 ($1.25 to $2.50 US) pesos, again depending on size and also species. Hotdog, pork sausage, and other small servings cost 5 pesos to 10 pesos.

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Sea Transportation In Philippines

By On Wed Apr 30, 2014, 12:19 am

Travelling by water is the main way of inter-island travel here in the Philippines. There are many modes of water transportation available, ranging from high-class, air-conditioned ferries to small Bangkas or pumpboats. Most of the Filipinos in the cities travel by sea to go their own provinces especially during the long holidays or summer time when there's no classes for students.

Traditional Filipino Banca Boat



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Plantation Bay Resort and Spa

By On Tue Apr 29, 2014, 10:48 pm

A 5-Star colonial plantation charm setting in a secluded ground that offers one of the largest privately-owned waterways in the world. It promise to decompress life's pressures in the healing tranquility of an environment that truly feels “away from it all” with its clean elegance of a colonial-plantation. Whether you are traveling for a family vacation or a romantic getaway, truly Plantation is your best choice.

Photos of Plantation Bay Resort and Spa

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Land Transportation in the Philippines

By On Wed Apr 9, 2014, 1:35 am

There are different public transportation by land that are available to go around the islands of the Philippines. There are many cheap possibilities. Some are fast, some are slow, but they are always interesting. Here are a few popular mode of transport.

Trisikad or cycle rickshaw


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