Changamwe, Jomvu, Kisauni, Likoni, Mvita, Nyali
294.7 square kilometers.
Mombasa has a long history that traces back to 16th century. Many traders did attempt to enforce their governance on the town due to its advantageously central location, where Arab influence is felt prominently till date.
Thanks to its legacy as the largest port in East Africa, Mombasa is a cultural melting pot. British, Asian, Arabic, Omanis, Indian, and Chinese immigrants have enriched the city's architecture and cuisine, and many mosques and temples grace the city streets. It is thus a tourist town sprawling with white sandy beaches and warm humid climate that have been key features to attract tourists.