Club Lambada

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Club Lambada in Mombasa Kenya is more European style as many of the other clubs are traditional African style with makuti (palm leaf thatch) roofs, etc.

Lambada has an indoor area on two levels. The upstairs level is a sports club area with lots of tv screens.

Downstairs there is a stage area for live music and an outdorr area with a bar and seating around a swimming pool, where there is a bikini dancing show.

There tend to be fewer tourists in Lambada than in other places like Tembo and Casaurina, maybe because it is right at the north end of Mtwapa, and the tourist beaches are to the south.

Lambada has regular live shows from Kenyan musicians, some traditional and on Sundays it has a family fun day round the pool.

It has recently opened and accommodation block behind the club and pool area and is now advertising itself as a holiday resort

Outside is available a big swimming pool where is the evening you can see a beautiful dancer in a really nice performance.

Also available is a restaurant service than you can take your dinner inside the club.

The food is good and you don't have to wait to much for eat your dinner, the place is very quite and you can spent your evening with your friend in total relax, also the price is affordable for the type of service you find in Lambada Club.

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