Refreshing stopover at Purok Dragon Fruit Farm in Liloan

When Cebu was placed under the more relaxed community quarantine, many tourist attractions have gradually re-opened. There were even a couple of new attractions that opened during this time. This includes a popular stopover in Cabadiangan, Liloan — the Purok Dragon Farm.

For only 20 Pesos as an entrance fee, you get an all-day access to the vast farm full of dragon fruits. And if you’re in luck, you can also witness the farmers harvesting this healthy fruit.

Dragon fruit is a tropical fruit known for its vibrant red skin and sweet, seed-speckled pulp. It has several health benefits, including:

  • Low calorie, high in nutrients
  • Antioxidant, preventing chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes and arthritis
  • Boost immune system
  • Boost low iron levels

Mhy J’s Refreshment and Dragon Fruit Farm offers a wide variety of food and drinks selections to make your visit worthwhile.

For those who are interested to visit, make sure to observe social distancing and wear your masks at all times. If you’re not feeling well, it’s best to just stay at home.

Rates & Other Information


Entrance fee:

  • Mondays to Thursdays: ₱20 per head
  • Fridays to Saturdays: ₱50 per head
  • Sundays: ₱50 pesos per head

Other Information:

  • Operating hours: 8AM to 5PM daily
  • Contact number: 0998-459-6536
  • Social: Facebook Page

How to get there?

Exact location: Purok Dragon Fruit, Barangay Cabadiangan, Liloan, Cebu — approx. 1 hour away from the city and 15 minutes away from the Liloan Public Market.

BY BUS: From Cebu City, ride a bus or any PUV going to Liloan Public Market. Drop off near Mercury Drug where you can get a habal-habal ride. Fare is ₱20 per head.

BY CAR: Navigate with Waze or Google Maps and search for “Purok Dragon Fruit Farm” in Liloan. Parking space is available.

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Ram Mancelita
Ram Mancelita
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