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The KBC or Kigali Business Centre houses the Planet Cinema, CAfe and Nightclub ...all next to each other.
The Nightclub is well healed and is popular with young rich rwandans and expats.
The drinks are pricey but the music is western pop and east african vibes,all catchy
The dance floor is compact with a large mirror on one side. It was weird as all the young Rwandaise dressed trendily and dancing rhythmically would all face the mirror and dance with their images!!! all nite!
Also its quite common to see the young men gyrate on and with each other, a bit tantalizing and curious as young girls are not supposed to openly cavort with the males,but some modern ones do.
The nite starts late and goes till dawn ....Kigali nite spots are definitely happening..I went on a wednesday and it was packed.....take a dance!
Dress Code: Smart casual, no door people but on the weekend which starts Thursday thru to Sunday inclusive its supposedly paacked. Once you look foreign.no problemo
Written Jun 28, 2005
Address: Kigali Business Centre
Kigali is not only one of the cleanest cities in Africa- it is also one of the cleanest capital cities in the world. This is not by accident. The government of the city of Kigali have spent a lot of time and money in introducing nice litter bins (pictured) throughout the city. In addition there have been several campaigns to get the residents to not throw rubbish in the street and to clean it up. I not only saw city employed street cleaners – I saw many businesses cleaning the streets near their shops – daily. There is a real civic pride in Kigali and its cleanliness. Please hold on to it until you can find a suitable container. Even in shared taxis and buses the passengers took it with them. I was impressed immediately with the cleanliness of the city and I urge you to do your part. Kigali has more than 300,000 residents and it puts my own home city of less than a third that size to complete shame.
Well done Kigali!
Updated Dec 1, 2009
Being close to the equator any summer day ends with a huge thunder storm. I walked around Kigali when the next moment the sky opened and it was literally poring buckets, with streets being flooded and everyone seeking shelter in entrances of buildings and shops.
Written Oct 22, 2008
Kigali does not have a lot of ‘public’ toilets and they all charge. Get 100 Rwandan Francs ready as this seems to be the going rate. If you can find one of the better hotels, like the Hotel des Milles Collines they have nice free toilets in their lobbies. You might find a bar or restaurant that might let you. Overall Kigali is very spread out and so are the hotels.
Better keep a few 100 Franc coins with you!
Written Dec 5, 2009
Favorite thing: We are in the heart of Africa – if you look at the streets you would not imagine it. Stretches of Kigali are so clean that you could eat of the ground. Even areas of trading and markets are astonishingly sparkling – and it shows that the current administration really has their hands on the grounds!
Written Oct 22, 2008