Mombasa is the oldest city and the second largest city in Kenya after Nairobi, located on coastal regions along Indian Ocean. Mombasa is a tourism-based city; it has an extra-large port and an international airport, and is an important regional tourism center. Visitors to Mombasa can visit Fort Jesus is a Portuguese Fort that was built between the period spanning from 1593 to 1596 by the order of King Philip I of Portugal, Haller Park which is a nature park that comprises of Fish Farm area, small demonstration, giraffe viewing platform, Game Sanctuary, Palm Garden, Crocodile pens and a Reptile Park, an Old Town which is prominent area located in the Mombasa region of Kenya. Spread over an area of 72 hectares of the land, the Old Town is inhabited by a blend of local British, Asian, Arab and Portuguese settlers and even Mombasa Marine National Park, a national reserve and a marine park situated in Mombasa in Kenya. Spread over an area of 2500 acres or 10 km square, the reserve of the park spans over 49.400 acres.