It’s that time of the year again. When we need to take the wife, children and babes out. Or we simply need to spoil ourselves- afterall we’ve worked all year and we deserve it. Thisis where the strain on our finances begin. So how can we give the special people in our lives a treat without robbing the bank?
8 Things to DO In Lagos
Take a look at these 8 places
- See movies at the Cinemas Movies:There different cinema halls scattered in Lagos.At the movies you enjoy the ambiance of the mall and also see a movie at the very affordable rate of 1500. On certain days, you can actually get a deal for N1000.At Ozone Cinemas, Yaba, you get popcorn, drinks and movies for N1000 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. At Ikeja City Mall, you get the same deal on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
- Enjoy the Lake-side of Life: Lekki Leisure Lake is a fun place that overlooks the Atlantic ocean. You get to enjoy different recreational activities such as jet skiing , quad biking etc. Adults pay N1000 while children for N500.
- Remember Fela Kuti at the Kalakuta Shrine: Kalakuta used to be the home of late Fela Kuti and has now turned into a shrine. Entrance fee is N1000.
- Enjoy nature and Wild Life at Lekki Conservation Centre: You get to see the natural savannah habitats and swamp. This is a perfect romantic location and a great place to take the kids to.
- Take a swim at Lagos Airport Hotel: Relax, feel refreshed and enjoy anntertaining environment. Swimming costs N1500
- Listen to Live Music in an Amazing Live Music at Bogobiri.Bogobiri is a boutique hotel in ikoyi. But that is not where the magic is. Its in their special open-mic night which happens every Thursdy night. Listen to live music,poetry rehearsals. Entry is free but you need to shell out some more cash to order drinks and food- if you want.
- Swim and Ride Horses at Oniru Private Beach:This another perfect romantic getaway. Ride a horse for s little as N500 and swim for free on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean.
- Get close to Nigeria Culture at the National Musuem: Learn more about Nigeria’s culture and history at the National Museum which is located at Onikan, lagos. The museum has a notable collection of Nigerian art, including pieces of statuary and carvings and archaeological and ethnographic exhibits