450 points of Interest found
Megan Fowler Bridge
The Chad Basin National Park
Famous among the farmers, fishermen and herdsmen in the area, the Chad Basin national park spans a total area of 2,258km2. It is a combination of the following reserves: the Chingurmi-Dugoma Game Reserve, Gorgoram and Zurgun Baneri Forest Reserves, and Bulature Oasis.
A metonymy for Nigeria's power house, this 400-meter monolith sits on the outskirts of Abuja in the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria. This regal stone is surrounded by Nigeria's most important buildings: the presidential complex, the National Assembly and the Supreme Court. Here's trivia for you: "Aso" means victory, and it is significant to the (now displaced) people of Asokoro ('people of Victory.')
Millennium Park, Abuja
One of the largest parks in Abuja with its serene environment, Millennium Park is the perfect choice when looking for a place for picnic, dog walking or bird watching.
Wonderland Amusement Park and Resort
National Children's park and zoo
Does your child know that male Ostriches are black in color while the female ones are grey colored? If No, the national children's Zoo is a fun, educative place to excite your child's mind and to also give impressions that will last a life time.
Abuja National Mosque
Abuja national mosque with its rich Architectural design is a place of worship for the Muslim faithfuls. It should also be noted that Non-muslims are also allowed in except during prayers.
The most powerful man in Nigeria lives in the Aso Villa and it is from here that the bulk of the nation's decisions occur. The rock on which the villa is built is an impressive 400-meter monolith which is the most noticeable feature of the town.
Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport
The Abuja airport named after the first president of Nigeria, Nnamdi Azikwe, is the main airport serving the capital city. It has both an international and a domestic terminal which share the same runway.
Arts and Craft Village
The arts and craft village aims to represent the diverse and beautiful culture of the Nigerian people via expressions of paintings, beadworks and sculptures.
Ibrahim Babaginda International Golf and Country Club
It was the early 1980's and Abuja had recently been made the capital city. Officers were making constant trips to Lagos to play golf. In a bid to stop these short trips, the idea of a standard golf course where officers could enjoy their game was birthed and thus it came to be that the Ibrahim Babaginda golf course was formed. Since then, it has grown to be a prestigious tourist and recreational center in the capital city.
The Bank Abuja
In Abuja for a business meeting and feel like unwinding after that successful presentation? Check out this high profile and executive lounge. You just might catch your favorite artiste dancing along with you.
With meals prepared by professional Chinese chefs from Mainland China and private dining rooms, Sinoni Restaurant provides the best oriental meals to experience the best Chinese cuisine in Abuja
Mirage Hookah Lounge
With a balcony that overlooks the city, a well-grilled meat, a bottle of your favorite drink and soft soothing music in the background, this is the ideal place for after-work relaxation
Jabi lake offers an inexpensive way to have fun with the family, enjoy a date or simply get lost in the pages of a book.
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