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EAI International Conference on Smart and Innovative Systems

January 15–16, 2018 | Kumasi, Ghana

The Green Ranch and Lake Bosomtwe

The Green Ranch is a family-operated eco-friendly horse-back riding destination overlooking beautiful Lake Bosomtwe. It provides an experience like none other in Ghana or even West Africa for that matter, specializing in providing horseback riding expeditions in the lush area around this unique metorite lake.

 

The Kumasi Central Market (Kejetia Market)

This open aired market is the largest single market in Kumasi, Ashanti, on the Ashantiland peninsula, in West Africa and on Continental Africa with over 45,000 stores and stalls. Kejetia market is bordered to the North by the Kumasi Cultural Centre and to the North West by the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH). The southern part of the Kejetia market forms a border with Adum, an commercial centre of the Kumasi metropolis. Virtually everything that one wants to purchase from a market can be found at Kumasi Central Market. Kejetia market ranges from gold jewelry and diamond jewellery handcrafted by the Ashantis, food, gorgeous Ashanti kente clothing fabrics and footwear by Printex (in the center of the market), spices, grains, and toiletries. Kejetia market is a great place to buy fabric such as the Ashanti people's kente clothing.

 

Asante Buildings

Near Kumasi, a group of traditional buildings are the last remaining testimony of the great Asante civilization, which reached its peak in the 18th century. The buildings include ten shrines/fetish houses (Abirim, Asawase, Asenemaso, Bodwease, Ejisu Besease, Adarko Jachie, Edwenase, Kentinkrono, Patakro and Saaman). Most are to the north-east of Kumasi, and Patakro, to the south.