Century City, a new popular tourist destination in Cape Town

Century City, an important commercial and tourist hub in South Africa, is situated on the outskirts of Cape Town. At the heart of Century City lies Intaka Island, an important eco-tourism destination. Intaka Island is a paradise for birds and a safe haven for thousands of indigenous plants. The canals at Century City are full of fish and provide an ideal training ground for canoeists. Century City combines office, residential, retail, leisure opportunities and is home to both the Canal Walk shopping centre and the Ratanga Junction theme park. Canal Walk is considered to be the largest regional shopping and commercial centre in Africa. Ratanga Junction theme park, located next to the Canal Walk shopping mall, offers fun for the whole family. Century City offers a world of opportunity and entertainment for all visitors which is a reason why Century City has become such a popular new tourist destination in Cape Town.

Century City has become an important commercial and tourist hub in the Western Cape Province, South Africa. Century City, one of Cape Town's newest attractions, is situated on the outskirts of Cape Town. 
At the heart of Century City lies Intaka Island, a 16-hectare conservation reserve becoming an important eco-tourism destination.  Intaka Island is a paradise for birds.  More than 120 bird species have been identified on Intaka Island.   Encircled by water and protected by the canal system at Century City, Intaka Island provides a safe haven for thousands of indigenous plants. The canals at Century City are full of fish including Carp and Mozambique Tilapia. The 6 km of navigable canals at Century City provide an ideal training ground for canoeists.  The new clubhouse located on the island includes a Golf Academy which has teaching packages to suit all levels of golfers. 
Century City combines office, residential, retail, leisure opportunities and is home to both the Canal Walk shopping centre and the Ratanga Junction theme park.  Canal Walk, the largest regional shopping centre in Africa, has been designed to offer more than just an unbeatable shopping experience. A number of exciting new commercial developments include: Colosseum, Waterview Park, Century Gate Business Park, to name a few.  The seven-storey Colosseum is home to a mix of offices, restaurants, boutique shops and support service providers, residential and complimentary retail in a grand building.  Waterview Park and Century Gate Business Park provide offices, showrooms and distribution premises also. 
A full scale theme park, located next to the Canal Walk shopping mall at Century City, Ratanga Junction offers hours of fun for the whole family. Children's attractions include Rats and Cats Bumper Cars, small battery operated boats, Carousel, Barrel Roll, Safari Bus, etc.  Guests with children will like numerous family rides like a rapid river ride taking visitors through the jungle.  At last, at Ratanga Junction theme park are high adrenaline rides including Sling Shot rated as one of the most thrilling extreme rides in the world. Combining elements from skydiving and hang-gliding, the Sling Shot skycoaster enables "flyers" to enjoy the exhilarating sensations experienced in these two sports.  The Walled City situated in Ratanga Junction is utilized for concerts and fantastic stage productions, and the wildest New Year Eve parties are held in the Walled City.
For an alternative option to the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, tourists visit Century City which embodies entertainment for the entire family and has something for everyone. Century City is a remarkable tourist destination and is a must when visiting South Africa as it forms such a large part of Cape Town. Home to the Canal Walk shopping centre, Ratanga Junction Theme Park and Intaka Island, Century City offers an experience never to be forgotten. Century City offers a world of opportunity and entertainment for all visitors which is a reason why Century City has become such a popular new tourist destination in Cape Town.

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