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ATM Location in Cebu: Citibank, Standard Chartered, HSBC and Maybank

This season, and especially this year, Cebu City will be very busy accommodating lots of foreign tourists. To help them find cheap lodgings and accommodations, I wrote the article:  List of Cheap Inns, Hostels, Pension Houses and Hotels in Cebu City.

Now to help them even further, I am writing this article to locate foreign banks' ATMs where they can withdraw money at a minimal charge. Yes, minimal or even no charge at all.  In contrast, when they withdraw from local banks, they will be charged around 5 dollars. Might be a small amount but for about five or more withdrawals, that would be a considerable amount.

All Foreign Bank's ATM are in Cebu Business Park Ayala Area

Here's an interesting fact: all foreign banks' ATM are located in the vicinity Ayala Center Cebu, Cebu Business Park. Check out the map below:


For those who can't see the picture above, please see the following details:

Citibank 

Located at the ground floor of Ayala FGU Building along Mindanao Avenue, Cebu Business Park, Cebu City.

Standard Chartered

Located at the ground floor of Insular Life building along Mindanao Avenue, Cebu Business Park, Cebu City. It is just across the Ayala Mall Terraces.

HongKong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC)

Located at the Ground Floor of  Taft Ayala Building along Cardinal Rosales Avenue, Cebu Business Park, Cebu City. It is the building beside City Sports Club Cebu.

Maybank

Located at the ground floor of  Zenith Central Building along Luzon Avenue, Cebu Business Park, Cebu City.


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