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ABOUT LILONGWE MALAWI
Lilongwe, estimated population 781,538 as of 2012, is the capital and largest city of Malawi. It lies in the country's central region, on the Lilongwe River, near the border of Malawi, Mozambique, and Zambia, and on the main north-south highway of Malawi, Lilongwe is hardly awash with excitement; it’s a sleepy little city that while perfectly pleasant, isn’t particularly interesting or memorable. The quiet buzz of the Old Town, with its craft stalls, market, a nice little cafés and drinking holes, is at its heart, and this is where you’re likely to spend most of your time. The more modern city centre has little to offer – it’s a soulless collection of banks, office buildings and embassies.
The Lilongwe Nature Sanctuary, in the centre of the city, is a rich natural reserve. Along with wildlife, you’ll also find rare wildflowers and exotic plants. It also serves as an environmental education centre. Capital hill is the seat of power. Full of important government buildings and institutions, it is set amid wooded slopes of indigenous trees and is surrounded with restaurants, shops and cinema theatres.
Catch the bustling African market on Malangalanga Rd, and head to the old Indian spice and cloth shops that make the city. The most exciting stop at Lilongwe is the Tobacco Auction Floor. Watch the buyers and sellers in action at the public gallery of the auction house.