Blantyre of Malawi
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After watching wild animals in their natural habitat and seeing breathtaking natural sights like mountains and rivers, you probably want to unwind and have the convenience of city living. Fortunately, there is a place in Malawi where sending emails, eating at good restaurants, or having fun at pubs and sport centers is normal. Blantyre, Malawi is the place to be if you need to buy something or use modern technology.

Blantyre, Malawi is the commercial center of Malawi. Although it has no great natural sights to offer, it has markets, hotels, restaurants, pubs, and shopping malls which every traveller misses at one point in their African trip. If you’re lucky, you can watch an international football game in Malawi’s biggest stadium—the Kamuzu Stadium.

You can eat at different restaurants in Malawi which serve different types of cuisines. If you want your palate to experience something new, you should try to eat at restaurants that serve local dishes. If you are craving for unique Asian foods, there are several Asian restaurants in the area like Bombay Palace that serves Indian foods. Or if you still prefer eating Western food but in a more beautiful location, you can try eating at Old Manager’s House.

One of the most popular things that you can do in Blantyre, Malawi is shopping. They have a nice market that sells local produce. Even neighboring towns and countries go to Blantyre to buy supplies for their different needs.

And lastly, you should visit Mount Mulanje, probably the only great sight to see in Blantyre. The view is amazing and you will learn a lot about the mountain from the experienced mountain guides.

One response to “Blantyre”

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