Fort San Pedro (Fuerte de San Pedro)

The Fort San Pedro (Fuerte de San Pedro in Spanish) is a military defense structure in Cebu built by Spaniards in 1973 to repel Muslim raiders. It was built under the command of the first Governor-General of the Philippines, Miguel Lopez de Legazpi.

Plaza Independencia

Plaza Independencia is said to be the most historically significant plaza in Cebu. It's name says it all, the symbol of independence and freedom from all the conquerors that tried to take over the island. Its land along with the age-old acacia trees are witness the rich history of the province during the colonial days.

The Original AA's Barbeque (MJ Cuenco Branch)

On my second visit to Cebu with my family, I brought them to another branch of AA's Barbeque, not only because I want them to try the food there, but it's also near our next destination, the Plaza Independencia and Fort San Pedro.

Bayfront Hotel Cebu

On my 2nd visit to Cebu with my family, we stayed in this hotel. Not only because I got a good deal, but because it's near the seaport going to Bohol.

Ocean Park Waterfront Attractions & Rides

Compare to the Summit, the attractions and rides in Waterfront are more for kids and well, for those kids at heart that are too afraid to try the more thrilling rides, like me.

Ocean Park Summit Attractions & Thrilling Rides

The Summit of Ocean Park Hong Kong is more exciting and thrilling than the Waterfront. Not only because a lot of extraordinary animals are located there, but because of the hair raiser rides! I never tried them though because of my motion sickness and I don't like scaring myself, but for those who want to feel the adrenaline, you'll love this place. 

17 Attractions You Can Visit In Hong Kong in Less Than 4 Days (Packed Itinerary)

This list consists of 17 attractions you can visit in Hong in less than 4 days. It includes major attractions, some side trips to  the other attractions around or near the area and a little time to buy pasalubong. If you have more than 4 days to visit Hong Kong, then you are lucky. However, if you have less, then you might want to try visiting these places.

Sky Terrace 428

The Sky Terrace 428, is the highest viewing platform in Hong Kong, perfect location to see the stunning view of the city. It's 360-degree panoramic view is a must try when you visit the Peak.

St. John Cathedral, Hong Kong

St John's Cathedral, Hong Kong, a cross-shaped structure,  stands in the heart of the city's financial downtown district. It can be seen as soon as you steeped out from Central Station going to the Peak Tram lower terminus.

Trick Eye Museum Hong Kong

The Trickeye Museum,  an art gallery with paintings created using 'trompe l'oeil' techniques that give each 2D art piece the illusion of being in 3D originated in Seoul, Korea. It has become popular that they made another 2 domestic and two overseas branches, in Singapore in Hong Kong.

How to Get to Ocean Park Hong Kong?

Compare to the last time we visited Ocean Park Hong Kong, it's easy to go there now. The MTR Station located just in front of the park has already opened, making it very convenient to travel from Hong Kong Central.

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort

Hong Kong Disneyland, is the 5th Disney Theme Resort in the world and the 2nd in Asia's, next to Tokyo Disneyland. It's popularity almost put the other themed park in Hong Kong, the Ocean Park Hong Kong out of business. The park is not only popular among Chines people, visitors from neighboring countries flock there too to experience happiness of being a kid again.
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