Kukwaba is a district in Abuja phase 2. It is a unique neighborhood in that a lot of the land is reserved for special use purposes. The area plays host to a number of prominent landmarks in the city.
One of Abuja’s best hiking spots, The Wonderland Twin Peaks, can be found in the area. The peak summit provides beautiful 360 degree views of the entire city skyline. It is also a good spot for a picnic.
Another key landmark is the Abuja city gate. This monument marks the entry point into the inner city neighborhoods.
Additionally there are a number of sporting facilities in the district, like the National Stadium. The Kukwaba Recreational Park is currently in the works.
Other places of interest include Magic Land, National Tennis Stadium and Package B Sports Complex.
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The Airport Road runs through the area ending at the city entrance gate. The eastern side of the neighborhood is bounded by the Nnamdi Azikiwe Expressway. Journeys to the central business district take 10-15 minutes.
Land and houses in Kukwaba
Most of the land in Kukwaba is earmarked for particular commercial purposes. Little land has been allocated for the construction of residential homes.
Consequently the development of the district has been slow as real estate developers have a preference for building residential housing.
Special use land can be found in the eastern part of the district. It can be used for recreation purposes such as cinemas, sports, casinos, event centres and theme parks.
Mixed use land, including residential, is found in the western half of the area.