Where is Gyamase located on the Kumasi map
Kumasi is in central Ghana. The city was the center of the Ashanti Empire before it was destroyed during the colonial conquest. There is still one with today Asantehene titled tribal king who resides here but has only had a purely ritual function since 1933. For the city one has as an advertising slogan Garden City thought up. The part of tourist interest is relatively compact in the area between the zoo and Kejetia market. The population increased by a factor of two from 1970 to 2017.
A taxi into the city should be negotiable down to 25-30 ₵ (2018).
The railway line was shut down in 2012.
Buses to / from Accra take around six hours.
On the street 
The second largest city in Ghana is well connected to the trunk road network. On the N6 it is 250 kilometers by road to Accra. On the N8 you drive the 215 kilometers to Cape Coast in four hours.
The N10 leads north via Techiman (126 km) a total of 382 km to Tamale. In Techiman the N12 branches off to Wa, which is reached after another 325 km.
The inevitable in Ghana tro-tros take care of local transport in the city and region in addition to taxis.
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The central one Tro-troStation on Kejetia Circle is, although a specially built bus station, chaotic (like the Asafo Motor Park, see above).
If you know where the stands in the region are, you can get out of the city much faster from the Ring Road.
Kumasi is primarily an economic metropolis on the one hand with its market, on the other hand with Ghana's largest industrial area on the outskirts in the districts of Asokwa and Kaase as well as mining in the region. The number of tourist attractions is manageable.
The traditional Ashanti calendar is divided into nine sections (Adae) divided into 42 days each. At the end of each section there are two rest / holidays. The end of the ninth Adae is celebrated with the great Odwira festival with lots of music and parades.
Akwasiad is a colorful meeting of chiefs held every six weeks.
There is a golf course.
Kente fabrics with characteristic geometric patterns made of high quality fabrics belong to the culture of the Akan peoples to which the Ashanti belong. Each pattern has its own name and stands for a saying or an event.
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Adum is the colonial city center and business district. It's less chaotic here than in the markets.
(Unfairly, not all hotels state the applicable VAT or accommodation tax of 17.5% and 1% in their prices.)
The city center quickly quiets down after business hours at 6 p.m. There are few restaurants or bars. The 6.669254-1.6175677 roundabout is the best place to find something like nightlife, if not the cheap kind. Insofar as there are local women in bars, they are usually working “ladies” in high-heeled shoes and a striking cleavage. There are Lebanese and Chinese restaurants in the neighborhood.
Practical advice 
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