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Bukoto

 

Bukoto

Bukoto

Map of Kampala showing the location of Bukoto.

Coordinates: 00°21′11″N 32°36′00″E / 0.35306°N 32.60000°E / 0.35306; 32.60000Coordinates: 00°21′11″N 32°36′00″E / 0.35306°N 32.60000°E / 0.35306; 32.60000

Country  Uganda
Region Central Uganda
District Kampala Capital City Authority
Division Kampala Central Division
Elevation 1,200 m (3,900 ft)
Time zone EAT (UTC+3)

Bukoto is a township within the city of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest metropolitan area.

Location

Bukoto is bordered by Kisaasi to the north, Kigoowa to the northeast, Ntinda to the east, Naguru to the southeast, Kololo to the south, Kamwookya to the west and Kyebando to the northwest. This location is approximately 6.5 kilometres (4.0 mi), by road, northeast of Kampala's central business district.[1] The coordinates of Bukoto are: 00 21 11N, 32 36 00E (Latitude:0.3530; Longitude:32.6000).

Overview

Bukoto, along with the neighboring area of Kamwookya, are the location of many small Information Technology (IT) businesses in the city. Kabira Country Club, a private club belonging to the Ruparelia Group, is located in Bukoto.

Points of interest

The following points of interest lie inside or near Bukoto:

  • Kabira Country Club - A private country club; a member of the Ruparelia Group
  • Watoto Church - An orphnage and place of worship affiliated with the Pentecostal Church
  • The Kampala Northern Bypass Highway - The highway passes through the northern reaches of Bukoto, in a west to east direction.
  • Nakumatt Supermarket - A private supermarket chain with outlets in eight locations in Uganda, as of October 2013.[2][3]
  • The Women's Hospital and Fertility Center - A private hospital specializing in the care of infertile couples.[4]

External links

  • About Watoto Church

See also

References

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