Kampala is the capital and largest city of Uganda the pearl of Africa.Kampala was originally built on seven hills, but as its size has increased, it has expanded to more hills than seven.The city grew as the capital of the Buganda kingdom, from which several buildings survive, including the Kasubi Tombs (built in 1881), the Lubiri Palace, the Buganda Parliament and the Buganda Court of Justice .Kampala hosts one of only seven Bahá'í houses of worship in the world. It is known as the Mother Temple of Africa. Kampala is also known for its nightlife.

What to do in kampala?

Responsive image Mandela National Stadium
Mandela National Stadium often referred to as Namboole Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Kampala, Uganda. It is currently used mostly for football matches, although other sports are also practiced. The stadium has a capacity of 45,202 people.

Responsive image Uganda Museum
Uganda Museum is the oldest Museums in East Africa .It displays and exhibits ethnological, natural-historical and traditional life collections of Uganda's cultural heritage. The museum was founded in 1908 after George Wilson called for "all articles of interest" on Uganda to be procured. Also among the collections in the Uganda Museum are playable musical instruments, hunting equipment, weaponry, archaeology and entomology.

Responsive image Kasubi Tombs
The royal enclosure at Kasubi Hill, also known as the Ssekabaka's Tombs, was first built in 1881. The circular site contained many structures, including the royal tombs of four Kabakas of Buganda. The tombs were held in straw thatched buildings. The site remains an important spiritual and political site for the Baganda people.