Thinking of what to get dad for Father’s Day? Instead of getting him another tie, perfume, wristwatch or gift certificate, give him what he really wants – quality time with you and the entire fam. We rounded up several great ideas around several Cebu Pacific destinations:
For foodie daddies
Treat him to a hearty lunch or dinner at the iconic Jumbo Kingdom Seafood Restaurant. Docked at Hong Kong’s Aberdeen Harbour, the floating restaurant boasts over a hundred seafood dishes, traditional Cantonese cuisine and dim sum on its menu. You and dad will surely have your hearts (and tummies) full. Shum Wan Pier Drive, Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen
If he loves spicy food, then sampling delicious Thai delicacies at Amphawa Floating Market might just be his thing. Try the fresh som tam, beef noodles, curries, various seafood, and what’s regarded as the best pla tuu or mackerel fish in the country. You can go shopping for souvenirs afterward. Amphawa District, Samut Songkhram
For adventurous dads
Did dad teach you how to drive or ride a bike? Then get off the beaten path in Bali and take him for an ATV and mountain bike adventure at the Munduk countryside. Ride over steep hills, rocky trails and through forests to get to pristine crater lakes, and the Haunted Valley Waterfalls where you can take a refreshing dip.
If long walks are more his thing, then escape the crowds in Hong Kong and explore Plover Cove. You’ll have good time bonding as you hike to secret waterfalls and take in the gorgeous scenery at the city’s largest reservoir. Tai Mei Tuk
For culture-curious pops
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of Kuala Lumpur and explore Melaka — Malaysia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site for culture. Visit sites such as St Peter’s Church, which is the oldest functioning Roman Catholic Church in the country; A’Famosa, a former Portuguese fortress, and the almost 350-year-old Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, which is still used as a place of worship today.
Bond with dad as you explore the UNESCO World Heritage-listed ancient city of Ayutthaya, the second capital of Siam. Imagine how glorious the city once was as you walk through ruins of towers and monasteries. You’ll also visit Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, the site of the Reclining Buddha, and Wat Mahatat, an important monastery and religious center in Thailand. Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya District
Dads who love history will appreciate a tour of the National Museum of Singapore. The cultural and architectural landmark houses over 1,700 artifacts that will help visitors learn about Singapore’s rise from a humble seaside town to a prosperous metropolis. 93 Stamford Rd
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Cebu Pacific flies to several destinations around the Asia-Pacific. cebupacificair.com