MUD: Cape Town. Cape Quarter Lifestyle Mall
MUD Studio Cape Town:
MUD Studio Cape Town is situated in the hub of De Waterkant . De Waterkant is a sub-district of the suburb of Green Point, Cape Town. The neighborhood is adjacent to the central business district on the southeastern end of Somerset Road. On the south, it is neighbored by the historically coloured district of Bo-Kaap.
De Waterkant is an address sought by young professionals, the upper-class gay and lesbian community, and niche restaurants and retailers. MUD Studio Cape Town is central to exciting activities and a must to visit such as: Muizenberg – 34 min drive from Cape Town Campus (28 km) public transport can be taken like Uber, MiCity Bus or the famous hop on hop off busses touring around Cape Town. I love Muizenbergs unspoilt beach and for having a good surf on the long running waves, Sunsets are beautiful not only over the ocean but also Hottentot Holland mountain.
Boulders Beach – 31 km from Cape Town Campus but worth the drive. I love Boulders beach as the water is little warmer due to Indians ocean side of Pensinsula J but mostly because Penguins are nature’s MOST loyal lovers and always return to the same mate
Lions Head – only 1.6km from Cape Town Campus – I Love Lions Head as it is names after the most majestic animal roaming on earth – the Lion, it is one peak in the world worthy of recognition. Why I love Lions head – the looks, the name, its personality. Oh and a killer cardio session in Beautiful nature.
Table mountain – 3.9 km drive from Cape Town Campus – table mountain is the 7th wonder of the world J Great view from top allowing you to have a quick lunch overlooking beautiful Cape Town and its Ocean. Unforgettable cableway to the top at a elevation of 1 067 meters (3501ft)
BoKaap – 900 m from Cape Town Campus, walking distance exploring the beautiful heritage buildings of the oldest residential area in Cape Town, brilliantly coloured homes and cobble streets filled with history and Heritage. Be sure to visit the BoKaap Museum as its building goes back all the way to 1760’s recreating the life of a typical Malay Family.
Cape Point – Spectacular sight towering stone cliffs, fynbos, breath-taking bays, beaches and just 60km outside Cape Town CBD. A steep walk up should you choose the pedestrian route but the views are exhilarating or flying Dutchman funicular trip to the top. When hunger strikes, the Two Oceans restaurant is highly recommended with the best views or packing your own picnic basket. Personally feels like Cape Towns own “Eiffel tower”