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Downtown Kingston offers the buzzing neighborhoods to the family vacationers and leisure hunters. Check out the ocean Boulevard which is the waterfront’s breezy main strip. National Gallery of Jamaica, Kingston Crafts Market and William Grant Park are the star attractions here. Buy gifts, souvenirs and artifacts for your friends and family from Jubilee Market.

Duke Street & around is popular upscale residential neighborhood in Jamaica that is home to many magnificent churches, among then St Andrew Scouts Kirk is the most popular one. It was built in the Georgian manner by the Scottish merchants, it is one of the most beautiful piece of architecture in the whole of Duke Street.

Headquarters House & Gordon House charms vacationers with its office buildings and historical attractions. This place is home to National Heritage Trust, it also houses splendid portraits of Jamaican heroes. Gordon House is the place where the Jamaica’s parliament resides and is home to many historical attractions.

Uptown Kingston is located at north of Cross Roads which is home to many residential neighborhoods from the likes of Hope, Mona and Beverly Hills.

New Kingston is surrounded by high rise financial buildings and has a plethora of upscale restaurants, bars and discotheques. Buy gifts and souvenirs for your family from the various flea markets spread around this neighborhood.

 

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