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What are nightlife and clubbing like in Kampala?

six local experts

Are there clubs? Are they any good? When do they close? Here's what six local experts had to say about nightlife in Kampala.

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Well, the best you could expect is friendly people, animals, fun all the time because every night is a party in Kampala.

Kaweesa, says: 2023

Kampala is the capital of Uganda. It is on seven hills which can be viewed on a tower at Gaddafi mosque hence that’s the first place one should consider visiting. Ones should also consider seeing the uganda museum, Makerere University, the Kasubi Tombs, Rubaga cathedral Church, and Namirembe cathedral church. One should also consider having a nightlife in Kampala, a city which doesn’t sleep.

Kampala is a beautiful city, famously referred to as the city of hills, because it is made up of seven hills that offer awesome views. Kampala has perfect weather year-round with temperatures between 18 and 30 degrees Celsius.

The nightlife in Kampala is great, pop into of the many night clubs or bars, popularly referred to as ‘bufunda’ by the locals. The best feature of Kampala is the people! Very friendly, outgoing and always ready to help. When looking for a house, please enlist the services of a broker.

Kirabo, says: 2020

The Seven Hills of Kampala, art and craft shops at African Village, youth and teenage hangouts, police rules, best hotel accommodations, monthly white parties by socialites, music festivals, Rolex fast food stands, location of game parks outside the city, compassionate and helpful people, goat racing, and the racial diversities.

Kaikara, says: 2020

Revealing clothes like short shorts are a big no on the streets of Kampala. In addition to public satanism. During normal days bars and churches are allowed to open till morning. A great destination for party goers and dedicated Christians. There’s freedom of speech, expression, worship to mention but a few. There are great tourism destinations too such as the heritage sites at Kasubi.

Michelle, says: 2020

Kampala is a beautiful place with hospitable people with a cool fancy nightlife to natives but movements in the wee hours might not be very safe to foreigners. The security establishment is working hard to overturn this. It is believed that foreigners carry a lot of money on them during their tours to Africa. The service providers too hike prices to unsuspecting foreigners.

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