Port Harcourt is the capital of the state of Rivers and the fifth largest city in Nigeria located along the Bonny River.
Port Harcourt is named after the then secretary of the state colony in 1912 – Lewis Vernon Harcourt.
Port Harcourt is Nigeria’s second largest port and a storage site for palm oil and petroleum.
The native languages spoken in Port Harcourt are Ijaw, Ikwerre and Ogoni.
Port Harcourt is not only a business center, but also a place to relax.
View some places worth visiting in Port Harcourt.
1. Asian city
The Asian city is located in the old GRA in Port Harcourt. It is a restaurant and event complex. The Asian city serves delicious Indian, Chinese and Thai dishes.
Various occasions are held there such as birthdays, anniversaries, fashion shows.
2. Mile market 1
Mile 1 Market, Port Harcourt is a mall that sells pretty much everything at a competitive price, so make sure you buy the cheapest stuff.
It is considered to be one of the busiest and largest markets in Nigeria. The different colors of umbrellas popular on the market are one of its trademarks.
3. Presidential Hotel
The Presidential Hotel in Port Harcourt has an exterior and striking appearance. Neat and clean walkways, premium pool, and also serves delicious food.
4. Port Harcourt National Museum
The museum has historical and significant cultural traditions. It is registered to have some of Nigeria’s oldest specimens, paintings by famous artists, and delicious food from the Ibanese cuisine.
5. Port Harcourt Shopping Center
Port Harcourt Mall is a hub for selling electricity, clothing, and anything you can think of.
It has zine for children, good fields and is a good place for exploration.
6. Via Bole
Bole street in Port Harcourt is famous for its delicious food throughout Nigeria.
A place for captivating and finger-licking foods, barbecues, fried fish and special dishes.
No place has been written in order of importance, there are still places to explore in Port Harcourt.
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