Kampala has an urban area population of 2,345,402. The population of the Greater Kampala Area, as of 2016, was 4,904,806 people.
The city is listed by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC) as a global city. Kampala is also in the control of Kampala’s capital city authority.
Kampala City Day Tour
Itinerary Kampala City Day tour Drive
Visiting points of interest include; Post office, Parliament, National Theater, Railway station, clock tower, Rubaga Cathedral, Bulange Kings palace, Namirembe cathedral, Old Kampala Mosque, Uganda Museum, Bahai Temple, Namugongo martyrs memorial site Catholic and protestant.
During the day, Kampala is alive with business, but when the night falls, it turns into a vampire arena, with ladies of the night taking over on almost every corner.
The culture is now rooted, and it will stay with us for a very long time. Ugandans enjoy going out.
The Bars stay open until morning, and the party continues all over Kampala.
Christian churches (non-denominational) praise God through the night with night prayers that rock the city. As this goes on in exalting God, there is a party in full blast somewhere else in Kampala city.
Nightlife is both safe and dangerous because bouncers in the bars and clubs and Ugandans, for the most part, are simply friendly and hospitable.
Much as there are those with a purpose for fun, so are those to take advantage of the dark and drunkards.
In the capital city, thugs nick whatever they can for a quick getaway, fading into the dark corridors or crowds.
At most pubs, security is paramount, and a body search without segregation will take place when entering most night Joints.
Without you asking or consulting with your hotel reception, a cab will be the best way of transport out of your hotel to a happening place.
It is safe to ride a taxi (special hire) than a Boda Boda for safety reasons, both life and property.
Going out in a group ensures more safety for you and others. When going out, please remember not to bring your valuables like a passport, a lot of cash, expensive jewellery, cameras, phones, and watches, unless you are sure you are not going to get drunk.
There are yellow taxis, friendship taxis, quiki taxis. You can attain their toll-free line in the eye magazine.
Try to bargain and make jokes. Can you lend me a lift? I will pay you at the end of the month.
Or Take me to my hotel or out, then I will get you a visa to my country in return. Then simile a lot Some of the joints that have most expatriates and foreigners.
Club Silk for serious dancing
Ange Noir for serious dancing
Guvnor dance floor
Punch-line for just hanging out
Capital Pub for Hanging out and dancing
Just kicking for hanging out
Panamera hanging out
Alfredo for hanging out
Cayenne for Hanging out
Mateos for hanging out
Rock gardens Speke hotel
Just Kicking Sports Bar
There are famous places to hang out in Kampala city where the crowd is much more appealing and of a certain class.
Ange Noir Discotheque As a Ugandan, I will tell you right at the beginning of this review that the social scene in Kampala is dazzling.
Al’s Bar This is the one place in Kampala that is considered by the locals as the “forbidden apple”. It is a little difficult.
Just Kicking Sports Bar There are famous places to hang out in Kampala where the crowd is much more appealing and of a certain class.
Nile Special beer Nile Special is Uganda’s famous international award-winning beer, brewed at the source of the great river Nile.
Just Kicking Just Kicking (or “JK”) is a good ex-pat bar frequented primarily by Kampala’s large British community. They regularly show.
Simba There is a couple of casinos in the central part of the town, but my advice is to stay away from them unless you don’t know.
O’Leary’s, Although a very popular club, especially within the white community of Kampala, I didn’t like much. For my money, it is.
Rock Garden Rock Garden was my favourite nightlife spot where I spent most nights. It is perfectly positioned, right in.
Bubbles O’Leary Bubbles, as it is affectionately known, is an Irish pub tucked away on a backroad of https://www.theacaciamall.com/Acacia Avenue, close to the Golf.
Kabalagala area Kabalagala is a neighbourhood in southeast Kampala. The area is known for many restaurants, bars and nights.