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Where to shop, eat and visit in Lagos, Nigeria

A vacation to Nigeria; where to shop, eat and visit

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Lagos is a bustling city with almost everything under the sun. It is home to cultural fetes, book events among other things. On a visit to Lagos, three things come to mind: Shopping, food, and a tour of the city. But how exactly do you realize this?

Where to shop: Designer fashion is indisputably something everyone loves. The distinguished look that designer fashion wears and products give you can be accessed at the Temple Muse. This fashion parlour exclusively deals in luxury designer fashion while Alara offers the best of Western designer fabrics. Besides clothes, Alara sells finely-crafted African furniture.

Art Clip Africa Art Gallery at the Radisson Blu Hotel is worth a visit for art lovers. There is a lot of contemporary art to see. If you need your hair and nails done to perfection, the Nail Room in Ikoyi Mall and Face-Fats Cosmetic Studio found in Victoria Island are the places to pay a visit. Delis Grocery Store in Victoria Island and Tejuosho market classic fabric.

Where to eat: Let’s start it off with a delicious plate of Nigerian Jollof rice. Ghana High Buka in Lagos prepares the best Nigerian jollof rice in the city. What’s even better is that at the hotel, you can have a meeting over a bowl of tasty jollof rice. Nok Restaurant prepares delicious tasty African cuisine.

Where to visit: A trip to Badagry is well deserving. You can take it by road or on a boat. It speaks of ancient Nigerian history. It was home to Australian-born Yoruba priestess, Susanne Wenger. The Nike Guest House has adorable peacocks and giant tortoises, Jet Ski, speedboats.

The National Gallery of Art at the National Theatre in Ignamu is worth a visit.

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