Paseo is located by the ocean and is a popular place for people to hang out, especially in the late afternoon/night when it starts to cool down and stores open up for the public.
There are places to eat here and a great view of the water.
Paseo is also where you get on the boats to the island of Santa Cruz.
At night, the fountain in the middle of Paseo has dancing water and music. I sadly went in the day, so no dancing water for me.
I walked along the edge near the ocean, including a bridge over the water, to take plenty of pictures.
The bathrooms at Paseo require you to pay 5 pesos to use them. Also, at least during the earlier part of the day, when you leave through the gate, you also have to pay 5 pesos. But considering 5 pesos is barely anything in US dollars, I don’t mind paying.
1) Don’t Forget Your Luggage Tag!
2) Flight To Manila
3) 9 Hours at Ninoy Aquino Airport
4) Arrival in Zamboanga City
5) Isle of Santa Cruz
6) Paseo del Mar
7) Fort Pilar
8) Alavar Restaurant
9) City Mall
10) Vista del Mar
11) KCC Mall
12) Returning Home from Zamboanga City