An artist had his business on the beach by making sand figures. Many of the figure were quite nice. He claimed 1 Cedis from people who took pictures of it. So if you don't want to pay, don't take a picture eighter.
Some of the acrobats in Labadi beach has specialized them self to eat and swallow glass and then belch it up again. They break a bottle of beer on a table to get the fragment of glass. It is of course very dangerous, but the spectators pay to see it.
Acrobats, jugglers and fisherman provide entertainment in Labadi beach, but all of them expect some money for the show. Many of them are skilful, but they are also in fact quite annoying and nagging in their way of asking for money. So don't take pictures of them if you don't want to pay.
Labadi beach, pleasure beach or LA beach, as somebody call it, is the most popular beach and prime venue for relaxation in Accra. It's an organized stretch of beach where you pay 5 Cedis to enter. In return you get a clean beach and no locals use it as a toilet.
Labadi beach is far away from a tropical beach with white sand. The water is a bit unclear or muddy. The sea temperature is cold to be as far south as Ghana is, much colder than in Kenya or Tanzania. Instead you will find a beach with a lot of restaurants and bars. Sunbeds and tables with sunshade are free of use if you buy drinks or food. Acrobats, jugglers and fisherman provide the entertainment. And of course the beach has its vendors and salesmen offering you crafts, paintings, copy sun glasses or copy whatever it is. At night there is live music, most of it quite good. Thursdays and in the weekends are party time in the evening. The Beach is a hangout for singles looking for fun, and business girls looking for a male company.
On both side of the beach you find hotels La Palm Beach Hotel and Labadi Beach Hotel.
Labadi beach is located in Labadi road, towards Teshie on the east side of Accra downtown.
Centre For National Culture in Accra is an exhibition of works by national artist. You can find sculptures, painting, but also showcase of national dance, music and theatre. The Centre has a bazaar for traditional handicrafts from all over Ghana.
Nungua beach i located on the eastern side of Accra, not far from Coco Beach. The large African Royal beach hotel is located in the middle of the beach. Nungua has a fishing community with some villages, one of them have their fishing boats on the western side of the beach. The quality of the beach is bad, and the locals use the beach as a toilet.
The building of the Ghana parliament from the Nkrumah era until 1981. It is now currently housing the Commissioner for Human Rights and Administrative Justice in Ghana. Located in 28th of February Road.
Osu is the place in Accra where you find most tourists and the highest prices. The main street, Cantoments Road (Oxford street), and the area around have many hotels and restaurants. It's easy to find international foods like Chinese, Indian, Lebanese, French or burgers & pizza.
Teshie is a densely built-up suburb on the eastern side of Accra, 15 minutes drive from the downtown along the coastal road. Coco beach is located in Teshie. If you drive further 5-10 minutes you will reach the Nungua area.
this place is an infested rat hole and should be condemed no human should have to be here and belive me when i say they get sick the prisoners an d i know one who is in there he never complains about the place but look at it people human rights are not there even pig refuse to go there kangeroo7 out