Other areas to stay in Lagos
(Food, Stadium, Arts and Culture, Beach)
The city has been a centre for showcasing the rich African culture – it has hosted many international events that have helped it display its unique culture to the world. Festac ’77 which is also known as Second World Black and African Festival was a successful cultural jamboree held in Surulere. The African essence and culture were on display for four weeks. The area has also been host to sporting events such as the 1972 All-Africa Games and the 2009 Under 17 FIFA World Cup.
Surulere is notable for being a major transport node of the state – it connects the city mainland area with Lagos Island as well as Victoria Island. Some of the most popular centres of attraction in Surulere are the National Arts Theatre, andTeslimBalogun Stadium.
Surulere offers accommodation facilities that come with standard and VIP amenities. Examples include GE18 Hotels & Lounge, Aquatic Suites & Lounge and Hotel Bel Ami. These hotels are not just beautiful but also peaceful, safe and as well as being affordable to stay in.
Get the best taste of fried chicken at Tastee Fried Chicken. The offers tasty fried chickens that would make your stay in the local government are even more worthwhile.
(Wildlife, Arts and Culture, Beach, Trade Fair, Tourism)
Lekki is a city in Lagos State, Nigeria. The city is a naturally formed peninsula but has seen a lot of construction and development by the government of the state through its urban planning agency.
The pristine location of Lekki – it shares borders with the Atlantic Ocean, Lagos Lagoon and Lekki Lagoon – makes it a top destination of many tourists. Lekki is home to several gated residential developments and estates making it one of the safest place to stay in the state.
The city of Lekki has a well-linked transport system that ensures that every part of the city is accessible. The Lekki-Ikoyi Bridge helps link two of the most affluent areas in the state while the orderliness in the city can be seen in the Lekki Toll Gate and 2nd Lekki Toll Gate.
Lekki Conservation Centre, covering a land mass of 78 hectares is one of the popular places of interest in the city. It is a major Nigerian Conservation Foundation with the aim of conservation of wildlife found in the Southwest region of Nigeria. Over two million tourists have visited the centre with the secondary forest, Savanna grassland and swamp forest providing them with a green scenery to fall in love with.
Another place of interest to visit when in Lekki is the popular Nike Art Gallery. It is home to thousands of diverse artworks displayed throughout the year.
Get the best local and international cuisines along the Admiralty Way and Chevron Drive. Both of these areas are notable for the numerous and highly rated restaurants located there.
There ain’t no party like a Lagos party is a popular saying in the state. This is seen in the arrays of nightlife options available in Lekki such as Windlounge, Voodoo Lounge or Xovar Lounge – offering you the time of your life.