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Sun Coast Casino
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Experience the thrill at Suncoast Casino, Hotels and Entertainment, Durban’s premier destination.

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uShaka Marine World
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The most exciting and thrilling destination in Durban, South Africa. The 5th largest Aquarium in the WORLD and the highest slide in the southern hemisphere! Craaaaaaazzzzy!

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9th Avenue Bistro
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9th Avenue Bistro has continued to remain at the forefront of the Durban dining scene since its inception in 2001, consistently winning awards and remaining ranked among the top restaurants in the country.

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Butcher Boys
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The Butcher Boys journey began on 1 November, 1999 when two impeccably well aged and obviously grain fed “boys” Laz and Derryck decided to realize their dream of an authentic steak house.

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Beach Cafe
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A part of the Durban eating culture since 1994, Circus Circus is a restaurant and cafe, offering customers a wide variety of meals: salads, steaks, seafood, pastas and curries to name a few of the choices on the menu. Or if you prefer, pop in for a cortado, flat white, cappuccino or the like, perfectly brewed by one of our baristas.

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BAT Centre
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The BAT Centre is a community arts development and cultural entertainment centre located within the Small Craft Harbour off Durban’s Victoria Embankment. It consists of a variety of facilities ranging from a number of intimate art galleries, to a small conference centre, a performance hall, dance studio, art and music studios, a restaurant, bar and outside deck, and a number of shops selling local contemporary and traditional art, mostly from KwaZulu-Natal.

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The Touch of Mandela Art Gallery
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This stunning new complex creates the perfect setting for this unique African contemporary art gallery. A permanent exhibition of artwork by Mr Nelson Mandela and other talented South African artists is on view in a Zulu hut made from thatch.

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Durban Tourism
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Durban is a natural paradise known for its gorgeous coastline of sun-kissed beaches and subtropical climate, situated on the eastern seaboard of Africa. The City is built around one of the busiest ports in Africa and our people are our pride. The city focuses on providing visitors with a unique set of experiences that go beyond the beach and into the realm of Durban’s diverse culture, urban lifestyle and scenic diversity.

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Shopping Malls
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Adington beach
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Addington Beach along Durban’s well-known Golden Mile, boasts beautiful golden sands and clear warm Indian Ocean waters. Located right beside the new impressive uShaka Marine World and tourist development site, Addington Beach is the ideal tourist destination.

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Durban Central Beaches
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Durban’s beaches lie along a stretch of golden sand known locally as the Golden Mile. From Blue Lagoon’s fishing spot to the sunken Vetch’s Pier, a host of flat, sandy beaches invite visitors to set down umbrellas and towels and while away hours in the sun.

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African Bird of Prey Sanctuary
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Situated on 60 hectares of scenic valley bushveld, within easy access of both Durban and Pietermaritzburg, the African Bird of Prey Sanctuary is safe-haven to the widest selection of indigenous raptors  in southern Africa.  We invite you to visit our tranquil bird park and experience South Africa’s magnificent aerial predators firsthand.

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Alayam Hindu Temple
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The First River Temple, built along the banks of the Umbilo River, near Bayhead in 1875, was the 1st Hindu Temple in Africa. It was washed away by floods in 1905 / 1906. Another temple was built on the same site, but had to make way for the freeway. Part of the temple is still buried underneath the freeway as it was filled with sand.

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Beachwood Mangroves Nature Reserve
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Visit the Beachwood Mangrove Nature Reserve where red, white and black mangroves flourish just a stone’s throw from the bustling coastal city of Durban (eThekwini). A number of wading birds, mudskippers, crabs and other creatures of this ecosystem promise an interesting walk through the reserve along a series of boardwalks.

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Amanzimtoti Country Club
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The course is a conservancy and hosts a large variety of bird species along its coastal and river areas, such as Pelicans, Cormorants and Fish Eagles and a variety of smaller species of birds, buck and monkeys.

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Durban Country Club
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A stone’s throw from Durban Country Club, the Durban Country Club Beachwood course is a hidden gem offering a superb challenge for the golfer that enjoys a typical Links layout. It is currently rated 29 in the Golf Digest Top 100 Courses in SA.

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Barnyard Theatre
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From its humble beginnings on a dairy farm in Plettenberg Bay to international hit shows,
The Barnyard Theatre is a home-grown legend in the making…

The Barnyard Theatre Experience – friendship, good food, wine and brilliant entertainment!

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Playhouse Theatre
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Durban’s Playhouse complex links the city’s present with its past. The current theatre facade preserves two of the city’s most famous landmarks, situated adjacent to each other in central Smith Street opposite the City Hall, first conceived as cinemas, namely the glamorous Prince’s Theatre, which originated in 1926, and the grand, Tudor-styled Playhouse, which originally opened its doors to public fanfares and capacity house in 1935.

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Beachwood Mangrove Bergtheil
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Named after Jonas Bergtheil, the Bergtheil Museum is housed in the oldest building in Westville, dating back to the 1840s.

The building, due to its relevance and association with the first settlers, was declared a national monument in 1983.

Although the building has undergone alterations over the years, the original cottage features massive stonewalls and hand-hewn yellowwood floorboards.

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Local history museum
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Durban is the gateway to KwaZulu-Natal’s rich multi-cultural heritage. eThekwini Municipality exhibits this enthralling history to the public in several unique museums located within the city.

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