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Durbanville, Milnerton, Simon's Town, V&A Waterfront, Hout Bay, Bellville, Rondebosch, Cape Town City Centre / CBD, Cape Town, De Waterkant, Century City, Bloubergstrand, Table View, Constantia, Green Point, Noordhoek, Camps Bay, Fish Hoek, Sea Point, Llandudno
Table Mountain, Long Street, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Noon Gun, Heart of Cape Town Museum, Two Oceans Marathon, Lions Head, Koopmans-de Wet House, Chavonnes Battery Museum, Two Oceans Aquarium, Castle of Good Hope, District Six Museum, Langa Township, Holocaust Centre, Newlands Brewery, Rhodes Memorial, Greenmarket Square, The Company's Garden, South African Museum and Planetarium, Orange Kloof, South African National Gallery , Newlands Stadium, Blue Train, Long Street Baths, Signal Hill, St George's Cathedral, Whisky Live Festival
Whimsical, bright, eccentric, colourful and diverse; these are the words that come to mind when you arrive in the Bo-Kaap of Cape Town. Formally known as the Malay quarter, the Bo-Kaap is situated on the slopes of Signal Hill and serves as the pinnacle of Malay culture in the Mother City. The Bo-Kaap is known for its bright houses, cobblestone streets and flavourful history.
A drive through the Bo-Kaap will make you feel like a character in Alice in Wonderland. There are so many bright colours and odd shapes it’s hard to not be delighted. Many of the houses are a mixture of Cape Dutch and Georgian architectural designs giving the neighbourhood a sense of uniformity which somehow defies its apartheid origins. There is so much to do in the Bo-Kaap; countless restaurants, sightseeing and of course a visit to the famous Iziko Bo-Kaap Museum is sure to keep you busy!
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