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Article by: emmanuel@seekinternationalproperty.net (Emmanuel Adeyanju) Published: 15/02/2012

Lagos, Nigeria Attractions

Attractions

Lagos has a number of great sightseeing opportunities, but for some the noise, hustle and bustle of the city's streets and markets will seem enough of a sightseeing experience. Lekki Market is the best place to experience what city life in Lagos is all about. After a few days in Lagos many visitors may feel the need for some peace and quiet, there are a number of great attractions a short one hour drive from central Lagos. A trip to Eleko Beach offers the perfect respite from the traders and 'chancers' of the Lagos streets, or visit Sungbo's Eredo to see the largest pre-colonial construction Africa has to offer. A trip to Lagos wouldn't be complete without a visit to the Lekki Conservation Centre on the Lekki Peninsula. Finally, Nigeria's National Museum on Lagos Island houses a collection of relics and treasures from across this fascinating country.

National Museum

Occupying prime position on Lagos Island in the centre of the city, the National Museum contains a number of treasures and cultural relics of great interest. Take your diary along to record the experience as photography is not allowed. Highlights include the exhibit 'Treasures

Lekki Conservation Centre

Head out to the Lekki Penninsula to see and experience the fauna and flora of this region's delicate ecosystems. You can see Mona monkeys, crocodiles, bush bucks, Maxwell duikers and giant rats among other fascinating creatures. There are trails and tree platforms to maximise

Sungbo’s Eredo

Take a taxi one hour north of Lagos to see Africa's largest pre-colonial construction and rated by experts as an unknown "Wonder of the World". The Eredo is a rampart that is 1,050 years old, 100miles (160km) long, and 70ft (20m) high. Locals

Nightlife

With pumping discos, late night bars and live music venues Lagos is fast making its mark as the nightlife capital of Nigeria. The nightlife scene tends to start late in the evening and keep going until the sun rises, with most clubs only beginning to fill up at about 11pm. The main nightlife destinations in Lagos include Victoria Island and Ikoyi. Mainland Lagos has a couple of great bars but only for the more adventurous as safety can be an issue.

Popular late night bars and clubs in Ikoyi and Victoria Island include Kuramo Sports Cafe, Bambuddha and Club Towers Priv'E. Awolowo Road attracts a number of diners and late night drinkers and Nigerias resident expat population tend to migrate toward Pat's Place. Popular venues on Mainland Lagos include Motherlan' and New Afrika Shrine as well as the university district of Yaba

 

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Article Link: http://www.property-partnership.com/overseas-property-guides/overseas-property-guide.cfm?id=377

Please contact the author at emmanuel@seekinternationalproperty.net for more information.

 

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