Things To Do in Malawi, Malawi food

10 Things to Do in Blantyre That You Shouldn't Miss

Blantyre (UK: /ˈblænˌtaɪə/) is Malawi's centre of finance and commerce, and its second largest city, with an estimated 1,068,681 inhabitants as of 2015. It is sometimes referred to as the commercial and industrial capital of Malawi as opposed to the political capital, Lilongwe. It is the capital of the country's Southern Region as well as the Blantyre District.

Top 10 Southern Region, Malawi foods

Discover the best food in Southern Region, Malawi including 21 Grill on Hannover, La Caverna & Cafe Mandala, Bombay Palace, Veg- Delight, Mijn Kitchen Coffee Shop and B&B, Caffe' Grazia, Casa Mia Restaurant, Casa Rossa, Protea Ryalls Hotel Restaurant, L'Hostaria

What to do and see in Lilongwe, Central Region: The Best Places and Tips

The quiet capital of Malawi, Lilongwe is divided into New and Old Towns. The Old Town is where to go for bustling stores, markets, cafes, hotels, and restaurants. The New Town houses embassies, international aid organizations, and corporate headquarters. A large expat population has made Lilongwe a very Western city, and a perfect stopping point for tired travelers to relax and pick up some essentials for their trip to the country’s wildlife reserves or to the beaches of Lake Malawi.

Top 10 Lilongwe, Central Region foods

The quiet capital of Malawi, Lilongwe is divided into New and Old Towns. The Old Town is where to go for bustling stores, markets, cafes, hotels, and restaurants. The New Town houses embassies, international aid organizations, and corporate headquarters. A large expat population has made Lilongwe a very Western city, and a perfect stopping point for tired travelers to relax and pick up some essentials for their trip to the country’s wildlife reserves or to the beaches of Lake Malawi.

Top 6 Mzuzu, Northern Region foods

Mzuzu is the capital of Malawi's Northern Region and is the third largest city, by population, in Malawi. The city has 128,432 residents and 20,000 commuters (Mzuzu University students) with about 1.7 million people living around the outskirts of the city. It is situated in Mzimba District, in the centre of an agricultural region, and the area surrounding the city specialises in tea, rubber, and coffee cultivation. The Viphya Forest to the south of the city is the largest man-made forest in Africa. Some of the popularly known locations in the city include Chibavi, Luwinga, Area 1B, Chibanja, Katoto, Zolozolo, Masasa and Mchenga-utuba.

Blantyre Food Guide: 10 must-eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Blantyre

Blantyre (UK: /ˈblænˌtaɪə/) is Malawi's centre of finance and commerce, and its second largest city, with an estimated 1,068,681 inhabitants as of 2015. It is sometimes referred to as the commercial and industrial capital of Malawi as opposed to the political capital, Lilongwe. It is the capital of the country's Southern Region as well as the Blantyre District.

Most Popular Restaurants in Cape Maclear

Cape Maclear or Chembe is a town in the Mangochi District of Malawi's Southern Region. The town, situated on the Nankumba Peninsula, is on the southern shore of Lake Malawi and is the busiest resort on Lake Malawi. Cape Maclear is close to the islands of Domwe and Thumbwe on Lake Malawi, and is in Lake Malawi National Park.

Top 8 Zomba, Southern Region foods

Discover the best food in Zomba, Malawi including Casa Rossa, Mai Pai Treats, Mulunguzi Restuarant, Wonder Bakery, Tasty Bites, Annie's Lodge Restauran, Steers, Pakachere Bar & Restaurant

Top 10 Things to do in Southern Region, Malawi

Discover the best top things to do in Southern Region, Malawi including Mount Mulanje, La Caverna Art Gallery, The Way of the Cross/ Njira ya Mtanda, St Michael and All Angels Church, King African Rifles Monument, Majete Wildlife Reserve, The Society of Malawi Library, Queen Victoria Memorial Tower, Chichiri Shopping Centre, Mwabvi Game Reserve.