Hello ladies and gentlemen on board Our Airline, this is your flight captain Rickie taking you through this flight to Nairobi, Kenya. The weather at our destination is warm and bright. We are now about to fly over Kenbelt Industrial Park.  The building is  located  at the Industrial  area, off Mombasa Road.  As we continue waiting for the landing signal from the control tower, take time to experience an arial view of the magananimous Nairobi and it's environs. Our in-flight crew is at hand to offer you some snacks as we wait for clearance instructions from the control tower. Just sit back, enjoy our sneak preview of Nairobi and relax as everything else is under control. We take this early opportunity to apologise for any inconvenience  caused by this delay. For passengers alighting in Nairobi, we strongly recommend that you make an online tour of Nairobi to acquaint yourselves with the infrastructure by logging into www.nairobibuildings.com, your trusted and reliable online solutions to navigational challenges visitors normally encounter when visiting places for the first time.  Nairobi is a strategic city for business with virtually anything under the sun. The prices are generally affordable with good quality and a variety of products. As a matter of fact Nairobi is a regional  business hub serving the greater regional  populations of East and Central Africa including South Sudan. Nairobi further offers a wide range of souvenir items that are available in specific shops information that is readily available at  www.nairobibuildings.com.                                                                                                         Happy landing everyone.




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KENCOM House is located at the junction of Moi Avenue/City Hall Way with the entrance at Nkurumah Road.  The route to the building is well served by public transport from the GPO, Kencom and Odeon Stage. Though accessible by taxis and licensed commuter buses, other public service vehicles are prohibited access to the road by passing this building.

Buses plying major routes towards the west part of the city pick and drop passengers at this central point. This includes buses no. 4, 7, 8, 32, 46, 42,  37,111 among others.

From GPO follow Kenyatta Avenue up to where it meets Kimathi Street. Turn right and join Kimathi Street  at the junction and continue on facing the direction of Hilton Arcade along Mama Ngina Street.  Cross Mama Ngina Street and join Watalii Lane at Hilton towards City Hall Way. Cross City Hall Way towards Kencom Stage and turn right to take Aga Khan Walk. One side of of the building faces Aga Khan Walk. Turn left after completing this side of the building to join Nkurumah Road and continue on to the entrance of the building.

The building is behind Kencom Stage. From Kencom Stage one can also turn left then turn right to join Nkurumah Road towards the entrance of the building. For those using public transport it is advisable to alight at Ambassadeur Stage.

From Odeon take either Mondlane Street or Cabral Street. From Cabaral cross Moi Avenue and turn left at the junction of Moi Avenue towards the direction facing the National Archives on the South towards Ambassadeur Stage. Once at this stage cross Moi Avenue towards Kencom Stage. Turn left at kencom House to get to the entrance of the building. From Railways Stage cross Haile Selassie Avenue and follow Moi Avenue which links up at the Railway Stage. This route will lead you to Kencom House which overlooks Tumaini House. 

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