Manzini is the second biggest city in Eswatini and the major business centre.The MR3 highway connects Manzini with Mbabane and South Africa, but due to the central position of the city, nearly all roads lead to it.Mswati 111 International Airport and Matsapha-eng.htm Matsapha Airport is situated 38km and 10km respectively outside Manzini. Regular flights from there to Johannesburg in South Africa are available with Airlink Swaziland/South African Airlink. Manzini is the industrial cityOne can get around Manzini by bus, kombi (local, 15-passenger minubuses) or taxi. Downtown Manzini is very small and one can walk form one end to the next in 15 minutes. Getting to the residential areas such as Fairview or Ngwane Park is trickier. There are kombis that service these areas but the availability of public transport depends on how rich the neighbourhood is. The richer suburbs have no use for the public transport so it is unlikely that one would find a kombi from the city centre to such areas, it which case it is advisable to take a taxi. These are relatively cheap for getting around the city. The taxis have no meters and they use fixed prices, so ask the driver before you get a ride how much it will cost, to avoid being swindled.Besides shopping and dining, there are several sites to see and things to do in Manzini:Go dancing at the Why-Not disco.There are two public parks, one in the center of town next to the Post Office and one further down toward the road toward Riverstone Mall and Matsapha

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