While my group wanted very much to learn more Zambian history and culture, the price for visiting this small site put us off. 15 USD is a ridiculously high price (the price for locals is around 1USD) and is prohibitive for non-locals. If they really want tourists to learn about Zambian independence and history, they really ought to consider lowering... 更多
our trip here was very interesting historically speaking. you can almost re-live what it was like to stay there all those decades ago. the resident guide was very friendly and knowledgeable. only snag was the fairly steep entry fee for non zambians, considering its a short time spent here. and maybe they should open a souvenir shop....other than that, its... 更多
The Chilenje House commonly known as KK House is a historic monument of the First President and Founding Father of the Republic Zambia located in Chilenje Township off Burma Road. It is approximately 7km from town centre and can be accessed using both private and public transport. The house was used in colonial days for housing Dr. Kenneth Kaunda (the... 更多
Chilenje House 394 is not only where our dear KK lived and helped fight out the independence struggle, it is a wonderful symbol of the Zambian independence movement. Worth a drive by and even better, a visit to the museum. Chile me itself is also a historic community that should be honored.
Experiencing history with a wonderful guide. I was given a free visit when I told the guide that I had worked in Zambia in the early days of Independence. The guide was just absolutely so full of interesting anecdotes and history that you would not get from a book
this national monument has been allowed to fall apart, it's so obscure that even local residents have trouble describing what... 更多