What can you see in Lekki, Lagos and real estate deals? Whether or not you’re familiar with the music and life story of Fela Kuti, a beloved Nigerian musician and activist who pioneered the Afrobeat genre, the Kalakuta Republic Museum is worth a visit. The museum is Kuti’s family home (and final resting place), where personal artifacts and items relating to his career are on display, as is the late megastar’s bedroom, which has been left intact. The museum is run by Kuti’s children, who are often present and willing to discuss Fela’s life and legacy with visitors. The string of islands across which Lagos is built are characterized today by skyscrapers and busy highways, but you can still catch glimpses of the undeveloped lagoons and mangroves that greeted Portuguese explorers in the 15th century. A handful of parks and nature reserves present quiet spots to escape the buzz of Lagos city, as do sandy beaches besides crashing Atlantic waves. Lagos, Ikoyi and Victoria islands all have their own vibe and their own attractions to discover.
Nest on our list is the spectacular Ikeja City Mall; owned and developed by Broll Property Services, the mall was built in December 2011. The shopping centre comprises of 100 stores with a desirable mix of retailers trading renowned quality brands. You will not only be spoilt for choice of shops and the best meals, there are fun centres for kids to play in as well as a cinema for you to enjoy some quality movie viewing. Ready to have the night of your life?! Then put your party shoes on, because quilox is switching the temperature up. It’s the place to be on a Friday night in Lagos. The club, popular among celebrities and socialites, is described by many as addictive. Whether it’s a party for 4 or 400, at Quilox, you are sure to have a fun time with the booming bass and all the debonair party lovers in Lagos.
Want to see some class? Or you’d like to get inspiration from classy real estate decked in breathtakingly scenery and structure? Or curious to see the place that’s home to some of Nigeria’s elites? Then, you’d better take a trip to Banana Island. Banana Island is located in Ikoyi and boasts of some of the most expensive real estate in Nigeria; since its home to a lot of Nigerian millionaires and billionaires. Fancy a bowling experience while you’re in Lagos? No problem! Pinpoint Shop 3 located at The Palms Shopping Mall and featuring ten lanes of 10-pin bowling, a full-service bar, billiards, and an arcade is the place to check out! Explore a few more info on Duplex For sale in Lekki.
Nigeria may not be known for its surfing culture, but Tarkwa bay is starting to put it on the map, as even some of the pros are starting to flock to this hidden but increasingly popular surfing gem. As it’s located on a small artificial island, Tarkwa is only accessible by a 30 minute boat or water taxi from Victoria Island (Mekwe Jetty is one of several places to catch a lift) Didn’t pack your board? That’s cool! It’s still a fun beach (you can rent a chair) and a worthwhile place to visit in Lagos. Plus, watching the surfers at work is always a great thing to do! N200 entrance fee (additional costs for chairs, tables and tent rental).