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  • Kasumbi Tombs

    Kasubi Tombs situated on Kasubi hill within Kampala are one of the major tourist attractions of Uganda. These tombs have been recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Site. This burial site is just five km from Kampala city centre along the Kampala Hoima Road. The tombs of Buganda Kings or Kabaka’s have significant importance…

  • Uganda Museum

    Uganda Museum is located on Kiira Road, near Mulago hospital, about 4 km from Kampala city centre. The museum is true reflection of Uganda’s multicultural past displaying the countries indigenous culture, archeology, history, science, and natural history. The museum is divided into various sections displaying monuments, artifacts,…

  • Bahai Temple

    The Bahai Temple in Kampala is one of the eight houses of worship of the Bahai community that has been built worldwide. Bahai Temple is also known as the 'Mashriqu'I-Adhkar', the Persian translation for 'the dawning place of the praise of God'. It is also the Mother Temple of Africa. This temple is located on Kikaya Hill which is about…

  • Mengo Palace

    Mengo Palace is located on the top of Mengo Hill and is the official palace in Buganda and is considered to be the Capital of the Kingdom. This palace has the distinction of holding all official functions and was used as a reception point for foreign missionaries arriving in Uganda. Apart from the official Mengo palace the ruling…

  • Kabaka's Lake

    Kabaka’s Lake is situated in Kampala the capital city of Uganda, within a few kilometers from the city centre. It is a manmade lake that was formed on the orders of King Mwanga II from 1885 to 1888. The lake is surrounded by scenic beauty with two islands in the middle of it. The lake has developed as a sanctuary for hundreds of…

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