Abuja Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC
Nigeria’s made-to-measure capital, Abuja was founded during the boom years of the 1970s. After the divisive Biafran War, the decision was made to move the capital from Lagos to the ethnically neutral centre of the country. Clean, quiet and with a good electricity supply, sometimes Abuja hardly feels like Nigeria at all. There’s not much to do, but it’s a good place to catch your breath and do some visa shopping.
What to do in Abuja for 24h to 48h?
Places of Interest
Wonderland Amusement Park
Wonderland amusement park is one of the best places to visit in Abuja. This amusement park has leisure gardens used for relaxation, rides, and games for people of all ages. Close to the National Stadium, just a few minutes from the city centre.
For a picnic-like event, the millennium park offers the best place to be. You can pick up your friends and head to this place for all kinds of fun activities. The good thing is that there is no entrance fee to this well-groomed natural park.
Abuja has a man-made lake in the city. The jabi lakeside is the artificial lake in the heart of the city. The lake offers an experience that one can only get in a beach. It is also a perfect place for picnics. Here, you can ride on a horse or rent a boat cruise.
This is one of the best waterfalls near Abuja. There are amazing scenes to watch in here with rock formations, beautiful flora full of trees and bushes as the best things to see here. For maximum pleasure, you should visit this place during Christmas, when there are many people from different wal. of I,es.
Yankari National Park
Yankari National Park is near Abuja and offers a perfect place for people who like outdoor activities. Visiting the park is a guarantee to lots of fun given the fact that there are many animals in the park.
You can also tour the National Assembly if you want to have a view of what goes down in parliament. Apart from listening to the ever-thrilling debates, you can also admire the architecture of the parliament.
Bush Bars and Life Camps
There are many small bars in or small drive outside town. The bars serve roasted meat and cold beer. You can try the bar just near the British High Commission. The experience in any of these bars will make you yearn for more night out experience in bush bars in Abuja.
Where to Eat?
The Spice Platter gains a place on this list for very simple reasons. It incorporates both a restaurant and an art gallery to give a unique feel to the venue. This interesting combination contributes to a positive ambience for the venue. The interior of the restaurant is simple yet classy, with art adorning the walls.
Yahuza Suya Restaurant and Bar
Whenever you are on holiday or a business trip to Abuja or Nigeria for that matter, try and ensure you don’t always visit the established tried and tested chain restaurants! The Yahuza Suya is a restaurant that focuses on one of our local delights in Nigeria, Suya.
Serendib Restaurant and Bar
Location wise, this is a beautiful place to have lunch or dinner, as it overlooks the Jabi lake. There is a rooftop canopy, so you can eat out even if the weather turns against you. The menu itself is a fusion of Sri Lankan and Indian dishes, with some Chinese options too, if you’re feeling picky.
The Chez Victor is known for its French and African cuisines. It is located in a small and local residence, which leads to its cosy and peaceful atmosphere. The staff are friendly and polite. The menu itself is changed very often to keep the dining experience special and fresh. To top this off, it’s affordable, so your bank balance can sleep easy!
Dreams is the best place to get all the local Nigerian dishes, with a large range of local specialities. A bit like Yahuza Suya, they provide the popular Suya dish. However, the difference with Dreams is that the must have dish is the catfish.
Where to Shop?
Exclusive Stores is located on Ademola Adetokunbo Crescent, Wuse 2. The three-storey building has in its halls various goods ranging from food and beverages, pastry and coffee shop, a sports shop, boutique, electronics, jewellery, pharmacy, furniture and fittings. From the entrance, the setting in the shop is aesthetically well-placed with different signs to give you directions to where various goods are displayed.
Grand Square to an extent is the eclectic superstore in Abuja, when it comes to the range available for shoppers. Strategically located within the Central Business District, it can easily be accessed. It has a good-sized car park and security is very good. Open from 8:00am to 10:00pm, it’s convenient for shoppers with varying free time. It comes across as a bona fide one-stop-shop and there’s always a sale or discount going on.
Next Cash & Carry
Next Cash & Carry is one shopping mall you are sure not to miss. Situated in Jahi (not to be confused with similar-sounding Jabi nearby), it has gained popularity since it opened last year. The mall stocks both food and non-food items and offers customers access to virtually all they need to shop with at least four ATMs.
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