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Tourist Attractions around Splice in Riviera

Positioned in Riviera with easy access to the Johannesburg CBD, Sandton as well as OR Tambo International Airport. Splice offers guests a never ending display of tourist attractions.

Rosebank, just next to Riviera has become a famous, multi- cultural suburb that boasts attitude. The vibrant suburb is a business hub and tourist attraction. Entertainment overflows from the area offering diverse tourist attractions. Restaurants, cinemas, art galleries and night clubs might entertain for a few hours but there are many more tourist attractions where that came from. Rosebank Shopping Mall and The Zone offer plenty of name brands and classy shopping. The Rooftop Flea Market on Sundays will keep you intrigued for hours with endless stalls and live music.

Also just next to Splice in Riviera is Killarney. The Johannesburg Zoo and the Wilds Nature Reserve in Killarney are two tourist attractions that will bring you closer to the wonders of nature. If swinging a ball or two down the green is what gets you ticking, then Killarney Golf Course provides the picture perfect spot.

Parktown, near Riviera, is one of the oldest suburbs in Johannesburg. It is soiled in Victorian styled homes. The Parktown and Westcliff Heritage Trust have weekly tours to the oldest house/ tourist attractions. “The View” was built in 1896 and sits steadily in Ridge Road. Zoo Lake is one of the prettiest picnic areas in Johannesburg. It is the perfect place to sit, relax and watch the ducks go by. Moyo situated at Zoo Lake, is a unique restaurant that swells with a modern African vibe.

Melville is a delicately artistic little suburb. It hosts a number of exotic restaurants and cocktail bars. A day or night out in Melville is sure to be money worth spent

Splice in Riviera is surrounded by Joburg’s best, offering a colorful spectrum of hustle, bustle, fun and laughter.

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