Cape Town one of the oldest and most vibrant cities in South Africa. It is part of the City of Cape Town urban town. The city is known for its seaport, for its ordinary setting in the Cape Floristic Region, and landmarks such as Table Mountain and Cape Point. Approximately over 64% of Western Cape's living in Cape Town. Cape Town also one of the highest multicultural metropolises in the world. In 2014, Cape Town was awarded as World Design Capital by International Council of Societies of Industrial Design. Cape Town also has been awarded twice in 2014 for the best place to visit by The Daily Telegraph and The New York Times. The oldest urban area in Cape Town, located in Table Bay. The Table Mountain sits over 1,000 m (3,300 ft) high, and with Devil's Peak and Lion's Head on each side, together form a dramatic mountainous background enclosing the central area of Cape Town, the so-called City Bowl which is a perfect place to enjoy the beautiful view of an overall Cape Town.
The airport is mainly serving the city of Cape Town which is also the second busiest airport in South Africa and top five busiest in Africa. Cape Town International Airport located around 20 km (12 miles) from the city of Cape Town. The airport also provides domestic and international terminals, linked to a central terminal. The airport has non-stop flights from South Africa's other two main city areas, Durban and Johannesburg, as well as flights to a smaller town in South Africa. For internationally, it has non-stop flights to some destinations in Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Europe. There are two hotels located near the airport area, one being Hotel Verde and another one is Road Lodge. The airport also provides a MyCiti BRT station, which joining the whole of Cape Town plus east of the city of Khayelitsha. There are many flights available to book from Changi Airport, Singapore to Cape Town International Airport that can be booked which is from Cathay, Qatar Airways, and KLM.
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If you want to go to the beach the best time is from late January until late of April where the city less humid which is in the summer season. During this period, the beaches might be pack with many people. The temperature will be higher between December and February. If you want to travel with less crowded people and fewer rate prices, you can visit Cape Town in February. From late April until early of June, you can do an outdoor activity such as hiking. It is because the weather and skies are clear for the amazing top of mountain view. The perfect time for a whale viewing holiday is from July to September when the migration of the southern right whales arrive near the coastline, flowers blossom on the West Coast and the weather gets warms up.
Table Mountain – The mountain is also known as Tafelberg that means "mountain rising from the sea” by Afrikaans. It is a flat-topped mountain forming a prominent landmark overseeing the city of Cape Town in South Africa. Table Mountain also part of the National Park and travellers can visit the top of the mountain by using cableway or hiking. Table Mountain also well knows as home to a vast array of fauna and flora.
Boulders Beach – The beach is situated in Cape Peninsula, close to Simon's Town towards Cape Point, nearby Cape Town in the Western Cape area of South Africa. The Boulders Beach is also commonly identified as Boulders Bay as it is one of the parts of the Table Mountain National Park. It is also a famous travellers destination because of a colony of African penguins. These African penguins are only visible on the shorelines of Southern Africa - (South Africa & Namibia). As the penguins are in a group of endangered species, the penguins are under the defense of the Cape Nature Conservation.
Cape of Good Hope – Is a rocky peninsula on the Atlantic coast of the Cape Peninsula in South Africa. The two ocean currents meet at the point where the warm-water Agulhas current meets the cold-water Benguela current and turns back on itself. That oceanic meeting point oscillates between Cape Agulhas and Cape Point which is approximately 1.2 kilometres east of the Cape of Good Hope. The Cape of Good Hope has long been of special implication to mariners, many of whom refer to it as "the Cape".