Its ancient buildings, art designs,boutiques and shops that sell paintings are famous among the tourists for its antique and souvenirs.
You can just roam through its streets to a get a feel of the place.
The narrow streets accommodate a large number of vehicles where you can see the town’s inhabitants mostly of Arab origin.
The Gedi ruins that lie to the North coast of Mombasa towards the town of Malindi lays are one the most historic ruins found in Mombasa. Built of rocks, Gedi was a small town that was inhabited by a few thousand Swahili people.
Ruled by a very rich Sultan, today only the ruins have remained that date back from the 15th century and thus attracts the tourists.
Preserved as a National Museum, these ruins are a direct reflection of the commitment of the Government to sustain the country’s cultural and historical background.
It presents itself as a historical Arab-African town which is one of the many remnants of the gone era and is perhaps the only one open for public visitors.