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- Synagogue Church Of all Nations
- Bar Beach
- Ikeja Golf Club
- Ikoyi Golf Club
- University of Lagos
- Lagos City Mall
- Kuramo Beach
- First Baptist Church Abule Egba
- Nigerian National Museum
- Computer Village
- MUSON Centre
- Palms Shopping Mall
- Teslim Balogun Stadium
- Lagos State Government Secretariat
- Silverbird Galleria
- Actis Ikeja Mall
- Lagos Country Club
- Ezekiel International College
- Igbobi College
Best hotels in Lagos
Lagos - Nigeria's most populous city - is a city on the move and on the rise. It is gleaming office towers and terrible traffic and music with an irresistible beat. One of Africa's biggest success stories, it is a commercial center. For visitors, it's an exciting city with a strong sense of culture and history, bright ambitions and a live music scene second to none. Travelers will find amenities such as high speed bus transportation, world class shopping and luxurious Lagos hotels. From upscale suites to budget-friendly options, Hotels.com has a great selection of Lagos hotels along with reviews you can trust and an easy online booking system.
What's Lagos Like?
Lagos is situated in West Africa on the Atlantic Coast along Lagos Lagoon and in fact more than a fifth of the city is water. Many of the city's upscale neighborhoods are located along its waterfront areas. Lagos Island is a stretch of shining skyscrapers; along with Victoria Island, it forms the city's business district - the commercial heart of Nigeria. There are many parks to explore, such as Lekki Conservation Center, a lush oasis in the downtown area. The Kalakuta Republic Museum documents the culture and history of the city. Nigerian cuisine is typically extremely spicy but the dining scene is sophisticated and diverse with seafood a natural specialty. Night life in Lagos offers a wide range of options from live music venues to chic cocktail lounges to seaside bars and restaurants that offer more casual fare after a day spent on the water swimming or boating.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Lagos
Music is the lifeblood of Nigerian culture and Nigeria is the birthplace of several unique genres. Concerts or live music venues - and dancing - are the surest ways to connect with fun-loving Lagosians. Films are another hugely popular form of entertainment and one of Lagos (and Nigeria's) biggest industries. All Nigerians are proud of the fact that so-called Nollywood is the world's second largest film industry and produces a large number of movies from the ever popular family melodramas to edgy art films. Internet cafés are popular forms of entertainment and another good way to find locals. Lagosians are worldly and literate and love to hear a good joke; they are also friendly and hospitable. Like all Nigerians, they have a love of embellishing the English language with creative phrases and count many world renowned writers among their ranks. Let Hotels.com guide you to the perfect hotel choice with real reviews and easy booking.