Turquoise water, white sand beaches, lush palm trees and lively nightlife give the city of Masuwu nicknames like "The Kuwundan Riviera" and "Africa's Ocean Playground". Masuwu was originally a quiet Kuwundan fishing village and it wasn't until the French arrived that the city began to rapidly develop into a major tourist destination. Today, Masuwu is a popular getaway for both Kuwundans and foreigners alike. The city is also well known for its upscale gambling and shopping scene and five star resorts.
A few of Masuwu's many hotels and resorts
Masuwu Station has daily train service to Macaró, Malako, Mobano and Frenchport via high speed train.
Club Liverpool was founded by a British expat in 2002 and has become Masuwu's most popular nightlife sport and it is common to see crowds of people lining up for blocks trying to get into the club on some nights.
A suburb made up of Kuwundan style houses and apartments.
During the communist era, President Antonbasa constructed this huge mansion on a private island off Masuwu's coast and named the island Ile de la Révolution to serve as his summer home during a time when most of his people were starving or imprisoned. Falling his death the mansion was ransacked and abandoned. It was recently bought by a French expat who has turned the mansion into a luxury hotel.
A small farming village north of Masuwu