The Bo-Kaap is situated on the outskirts of Cape Town’s city centre.
The streets are lined with iconic brightly coloured houses, of which there are many national monuments which can be dated as far back as the 1750’s. Many of the homes architecture has a strong Dutch or British influence. The lively suburb inhabits a blend of cultures and has since been branded as the Malay Quarter.
Bo-Kaap is a short distance from the city centre, there are many guided tours through the suburb and throughout Cape Town, and it is the ideal way to explore the city. In Bo-Kaap has an array of traditional restaurants, who are known for serving traditional Cape Malay foods, popular for its combination of spices. Close by, in the city centre, there is no shortage of choice when it comes to restaurants, cafes and shops.
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