Paseo Del Mar is located very close to the historical landmark and National Museum known as Fort Pilar. Paseo Del Mar is also known for its several restaurants, cafés and entertainment as well. With an eight arch entrance where there is 24 hour...more
Paseo Del Mar is located very close to the historical landmark and National Museum known as Fort Pilar. Paseo Del Mar is also known for its several restaurants, cafés and entertainment as well. With an eight arch entrance where there is 24 hour security, it is one of the most popular areas to visit among locals and tourists. The Paseo Del Mar is similar to the Manila bay walk and the evening it is lit up by a beautiful sunset as well. This is an ideal place with a great view and good food, where you can leisurely walk along the promenade. At night time the Paseo Del Mar is lit up with decorated lamps and there is much livelier atmosphere with a Dancing Fountain, food stalls and live entertainment as well. With the Santa Cruz Island Ferry nearby you can even see both Santa Cruz Islands from the shore which makes a beautiful ocean scene.
Free of charge
Throughout the day
More than 2 hours
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families or children
The Dancing Fountain, the promenade
Muslim travelers to the Paseo Del Mar will not find prayer facilities at the location but you can ask locals if there are quiet areas nearby. However there are Mosques near Fort Pilar such as Masjid Zambagora, Masjid Magay, Grand Masjid Barbara and Fishpond Little Masjid.
There are several stalls and restaurants in Paseo Del Mar.B ecause of the Muslim population in Zamboanga, finding Halal food at places won’t be hard, especially if you ask locals to direct you to some Halal restaurants near the city or within the location. You can ask the staff or stall if the food is Halal or order vegetarian or seafood meals.