The city sits at the southern tip of the continent. It is bathed in a salty clear air. From the base of Table Mountain, the city spreads out along the coasts. There is a rich variety of residential areas from the upmarket suburbs along the coast to the townships on the edge of the city.
|Looking up at Table Mountain from affluent suburbs|
|Expensive real estate beside the coast|
|Cape Town from the top of Table Mountain: Robben Island is in the distance.|
|Bo-Kaap, formerly know as Malay Quarter was a township for Muslims, originally from Indonesia. Close to the city center, it is now undergoing gentrification|