Kenyatta International Conference CenterCurrently Closed
- Address: Harambee Avenue, Nairobi 30746-00100, Kenya
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: 254-202214535
- Ticket Price: 300 KES
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Landmark, Historical Site, Convention Center, Family And Kids, Tower, Architecture
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The Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC) is a 28-story building found in Nairobi, Kenya. The KICC is distinctly situated in the central business region of Nairobi. It is a universally famous venue for gatherings, formal meetings, shows and exceptional occasions, being situated within a comfortable walking distance from some five star inns. Throughout its 39-year history it has been the host of some remarkable worldwide gatherings, courses, shows and summits. The KICC at present is regarded as the third tallest building in Kenya reaching a height of 105 metres. It succeeded the Hilton Nairobi as the tallest building in Kenya, a position it held for 26 years before being surpassed by Teleposta Tower. The tower comprises of 28 stories, incorporating a rotating restaurant which offers surrounding perspectives of the city, pivoting the entire rotation in 76 minutes. The cuboids make up the Plenary corridor, and the tower comprises of a chamber made out of some cuboids while the amphitheatre and helipad both look like cones. There are numerous and overall-provided meeting and gathering stays with the biggest having a capacity of accommodating over 4,000 agents. The KICC is provided with Simultaneous Interpretation Equipment with an ability to maintain up to seven dialects, an advanced business zone, a managing account office, tour and travel administrations, far reaching grounds and sufficient and secure resting spots. The building's light teracotta front reflects conventional African construction modeling, as does the utilization of basic robust shapes. It is regularly portrayed as a symbol of the iconic designs of Nairobi.
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11.19% of people who visit Nairobi include Kenyatta International Conference Center in their plan
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65.22% of people start their Kenyatta International Conference Center visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
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The Helipad is not impossible or a big fete to access. 200/- for citizens and ksh. 500 for non-residents. A good place to be if you want a 360 panoramic view of Nairobi City!
Good for the lookout area right at the top, which is the helipad. It is marginally worth the money to get up there but if you're after sweeping views of Nairobi City, you'll find this a good activity to do. It's an easy walk and there are many beggars en route of you decide to wall there.
It is in commemoration of an dark era in our beautiful country Kenya. Located just at the entrance of the famous Conference Center
Perfect and adequate facility for international conference and tourism site. A green building made to last and serve.
A conventional centre open for events and conferences. Has so much space that can fit thousands of people at a sitting.. It is also a tourist attraction. The helipad allows you to view a better part of Nairobi and its environs.