Kampala

Welcome to Kampala, the capital city to the Pearl of Africa. The city is crossed by the Equator and experiencing some Equatorial climatic conditions should not catch you by surprise any time you choose Kampala as your next destination.

The city is full of pleasure and business as well with very hospitable residents whose hands are always widely open to welcome you and build memories in the country's capital.

While in kampala, enjoy first class accomodation at the state of the art hotels including but not limited to Sheraton Hotel Kampala, Imperial Royale Hotel Kampala, Kampala Serena Hotel, Emerald Hotel Kampala among others, enjoy the night life at places like Kampala Casino, and Club Amnesia.

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Kabaka's Palace

Buganda, the largest of the medieval kingdoms in present-day Uganda, became an important and powerful state during the 19th century. Established in the late 14th century along the shore of Lake Victoria, it evolved around its founding kabaka (king) Kintu, who came to the region from northeast Africa. Kintu, who arrived as the leader of multiple clans, conquered the area, defeating the last indigenous ruler, Bemba Musota, to establish his new state. Kintu, however, ordered the new clans to intermarry with the indigenous people creating the Buganda ethnic group. Thirty six kabakas or kings followed Kintu, who mysteriously disappeared after laying Buganda’s foundation. While in the early centuries the kings ruled at the mercy of the clan heads, by 1700 they gained more centralized authority over the kingdom.

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Uganda Museum

The Uganda Museum is located in Kampala, Uganda. It displays and exhibits ethnological, natural-historical and traditional life collections of Uganda's cultural heritage. It was founded in 1908, after Governor George Wilson called for "all articles of interest" on Uganda to be procured. Among the collections in the Uganda Museum are playable musical instruments, hunting equipment, weaponry, archaeology and entomology.

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