Bamako Sights

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ajaenson71
Bamako, Mali54 bidrag
okt. 2018 • Alene
Bamako may be a city without obvious sights but there are still many things things and places to experience. The city villages and their people are the real sights of this colorful city. In the suburbs you can see so many things, visit potters, blacksmiths, tailors and and colorful local markets or just grab a cup of tea and watch the daily life of a vibrant township pass by before your eyes. The craftsmen making furniture, artworks, metal coffins or the colorful bebe-foot-games are everywhere...you must just look for them while passing through. And i f you stop for a look you will be met by big smiles and respect. Apart from that i'll give you three highlights to visit if you have the time:
- When going back from the obvious Bamakois highlight Le Campement choose the bumpy, little used but well signposted road taking you through rural areas directly to the foot of the 3rd bridge. You'll pass trough rarely visited villages, beautiful green countryside and have some excellent views over fields, canals and mountain side villages. For this exciting one hour journey take right instead of left at the "main road" when leaving le Campement, then follow the small "3eme pont" signs.
- Visit the donkey rehabilitation centre in Badalabougou. Here the "slaves of Bamako", small, unbelievably badly treated cart pulling donkeys, get rehabilitated from disease and injury. A real jem run by real heroes. Make sure to make a well needed donation before leaving. The centre is located close to the Badalabougou parish catholic Church. When there ask locals for directions.
- Horse race Sunday. Arguably on of the most colorful and exciting spectacles in Bamako, even if you're not at all in to horses. Held every Sunday, at 4pm (-ish), at the Hippodrome race course, these competitions gather thousands of screaming, shouting and laughing Bamakois and include 4 to 6 races in different categories and distances. Here small arab breed horses and their tiny jockeys fight it out in clouds of dust on a run down race track right behind Ibiza night club. The cheering crowd, storming the course to celebrate the winner of the last race of the day, with the sun setting behind the nearby mountains as back drop is a true must-see. Don't miss it, and don't forget to bring lots of water to survive the heat. And btw...the entrance fee is around 700 CFA... for a seat at the very african style VIP tribune.
Skrevet 7. november 2018
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dory e
Nutley, NJ40 bidrag
feb. 2016
less than normal, they should take more care about sights in order to attract tourists, and they have many amazing sights that they really forget about completely :(
Skrevet 18. februar 2016
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agmathew
Reykjavík, Island162 bidrag
sep. 2014 • Venner
Bamako is a sprawling city through which the river Niger flows. On one end is a hill like formation(supposed to be an extinct volcano?) on which is the President's Palace located. You start driving up the hill,you leave the hustle and bustle of the city,enter into green surroundings and the roads are great. There are a couple of spots where you can take snaps.A huge map of Mali,a small park with statues of historical figures and then the G Point from where you can get a beautiful view of the river and the city.
There is a childrens playground with recreational equipment and is well-maintained. Choose the time of the day to visit as its hot and the sun is unbearable. Also,the Zoo,national Park and Museum are on the same route,so you can make a day of it.
Skrevet 2. september 2014
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Timothy G
Brooklyn, NY11 bidrag
mar. 2012 • Forretning
Bamako is not a knock out sightseeing city. There is NO must see location. The Museum is OK but not a knock out. The markets are standard West African. Unfortunately there is no way to walk alongside the Niger River, which flows through town. It is GREAT for people watching, so park yourself in a corner in the shade and just look.
Skrevet 5. desember 2012
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captainchickJO
Portland, OR27 bidrag
jan. 2012 • Venner
I did not know that life was so untouched in parts of this world - it is untouched. The pace is slow, the weather hot, the river filled with hand hewn canoes, people washing themselves and clothes. . . sheep in the street, donkey carts a staple, and the cell phone - everywhere!! but not in the villiage. Rustic, authentic, not made for tourism yet. . . good if you know someone vs. visit - but some hotels - the Grand Hotel seemed nice and Rotary hosts their meeting there. Get Taxi's. . .
Skrevet 24. januar 2012
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Micheljane
Columbus, OH241 bidrag
okt. 2011 • Par
A large, noisy, crowded city with few charms. We were there two days at the beginning of our trip and a day when we returned to fly home. The rest of Mali is much more interesting and there is lots to see and do. Bamako could easily be skipped.
Skrevet 11. november 2011
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一个国家的博物馆,如此寒酸,占地面积小,馆藏不够丰富,让我兴致冲冲而来,扫兴铩羽而归。简单介绍一下,
该博物馆位于市中心,离ARISTON MARKET市场很近。从外观看还算可以,有一点马里的民族风格,以红色基调为主。
该馆仅有两个展厅。一个展厅展示了马里传统的纺织、印染技术,各种花色的纺织品以及民族服装。
另外一个展厅主要展示冲远古石器时代到近代的一些出土文物或征集来的文物。
展厅外露天制作了几个马里民族风格的民居、建筑的缩微景观。
本人全部参观只用了20分钟。总结一下该博物馆的特点:
1、面积小,馆藏不够丰富。
2、所有文物介绍、说明的标盘未注明所处年代、时间。
3、全部展览禁止拍照,包括室外微缩景观。
4、部分文物为开放式展览。理论上可以触摸,但是没有以身试法。而其可能是因为参观游客少的缘故,每拨参观客人进入展厅,后面都会贴身跟着一位工作人员或是安保人员,直至将你目送出展厅。
本人近期将整理照片后上传工大家分享。
Skrevet 12. august 2010
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