Kiboko Town Hotel

Mandala Road 4/278, Lilongwe, Malawi | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Mandala Road 4/278, Lilongwe, is near Mount Mulanje.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKiboko Town Hotel Lilongwe

Reviewed by sharonrobinson

Great Stay.

Reviewed Oct 6, 2013
by (2 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

This was a lovely place to stay as we entered Malawi and then again when we were leaving. Staff were lovely, restaurant out back was beautiful, food was good. Great experience... Room 13 which is only used when other rooms are full and is definitely not up to the standard of the other rooms, but charge for room 13 is significantly less, so OK but definitely not as nice. Might ask to have a look before you agree to take the room.

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Travel Blogs from Lilongwe

Dave and I Have Arrived in Malawi.

A travel blog entry by sharonrobinson on Oct 06, 2013

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Well, I have decided to skip over Benin again for now as well as my amazing trip to SOWETO (renamed from Shanty Town) Johannesburg for just to let you know that Dave and I did get reunited today at Johannesburg Airport unfortunately with some degree of distress on Dave's part as I wasn't where I'd last told him I would be when I'd told him I would …

In Lilongwe at Kiboko Town Hotel

A travel blog entry by sharonrobinson on Oct 06, 2013

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Kiboko Town Hotel was like our 'home base' while in Lilongwe (the capital of Malawi). When we arrived in Malawi, that's where we initially stayed. We went back there after our trip to Livingstone and then we finished up there after Blantyre for one last night before heading home to New Zealand.

The staff were great, very friendly and …

Arrival in Malawi

A travel blog entry by seleniumchai on Aug 03, 2014

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... there. There was a total of about 50-60 pax, with only 5 of us from South East Asia. Those from Greater China are either staff or charity partners. For distributors wise we only met Anneli & her daughter Frida from Norway, Julie Todd & family from Texas USA, and Teresa & her mum from Canada.

Meeting the Former 1st Lady of Malawi
A nice surprise for the evening was meeting a very stately lady who turned out to be ...

Zanzibar to lake Malawi

A travel blog entry by kathdelia on Aug 01, 2014

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... cheat). Beautiful campsite Friday night, right on the lake. Lots of people selling wooden carvings right near our camp, very friendly sellers with names such as Mike Malawi, Stan the Man, Mr Cheap As Chips and one who even called himself Mr Vegemite :) Today we are on the way to the other side of lake Malawi for two nights, no wifi for a few days so will update again hopefully ...

Culture baby

A travel blog entry by hilary.swan on Jul 07, 2014

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Today started before the sun and the roosters even woke. At 4:15 am I was up and waiting for my taxi to Muzuzu to board a 6 hour bus ride home. Little did I know this trip would turn into a cultural experience unlike anything I had experienced here thus far. The driver arrived at 4:50 however as I had planned for the delay I was not sweating yet, we then began the hour long journey to Muzuzu the sky still dark and the streets ...