Bowling Places in Nairobi, Kenya.

Bowling Places in Nairobi and how much they charge

Bowling Places in Nairobi.

Which are the Bowling places in Nairobi? This city is the centre of fun, pleasure, gratification and an entertainment powerhouse.

It carries East and Central Africa on its back single-handedly just like Mejja the Genge Musician does when it comes to music.

There are four major malls across Nairobi where you can get your desired activity Bowling which comes along with Air Hockey, Foosball, Pool Table and Trampoline for the kids among others.

But before I give you the bowling places in Nairobi. First things first.

What is Bowling? Am aware not many are familiar with the game.

Well, Bowling is whereby a fairly heavy ball is rolled down a long and narrow shiny oily wooden lane towards some structured spikes, known as pins which are usually 10 and the light of the moment here is to knock all the pins down at once if possible.

If you happen to knock down all the pins at once though this is very rare, this is called a strike. If you knock down all the pins with the second ball it is known as spare.

How to play Bowling.

The 4 Bowling Steps
The 4 Bowling Steps

Make sure you have the Right Bowling Shoes ( For Ladies) and shouldn`t be worn outside or in the washrooms. They are dedicated to bowling.

Scoring is based on the number of pins you will knockdown.

A good grip of the ball enables a classic release hence enabling an incredible delivery.

Make sure you`re lined strategically with the pins accordingly, you can do this by following the dots that align up with the pins.

Bowling is usually played in four simple steps.

First Step: You should move the right foot forward.

Second Step: This time move your left foot forward about 12 inches as the ball starts to fall to the natural hand swing.

Third Step: The right foot steps forward again at the height of the hand back ball swing.

Fourth Step: The left foot slides forward again while the hand holding the ball swings forward, then gently release the ball at the level of your ankle as the right foot pushes for velocity.

Now that you have a slight brief on what to do once you get in with your friends. Let’s dive in straight to Bowling Places in Nairobi.

1.) Bowling Places in Nairobi (Village Market).

Village bowl.

Bowling places in Nairobi - Village bowl
Bowling places in Nairobi – Village bowl

Village bowl is one of the bowling places in Nairobi where the modern architectural design, stylish and coruscating but illuminating lighting will set you in a scintillating mood ready to glide that ball across the oiled wooden planks.

Even though I believe bowling is not all about winning but the aura and the emanation that comes after at least hitting one pin.

Village Bowl is tucked at Village Market, Along Limuru road in the 2nd-floor new wing.

Apart from the bowling, there are still other games you can choose from including Foosball, Air Hockey and table pool.

How Much do they Charge?

  • Bowling: Kes500 Per Game per Person
  • Pool Table: Kes200
  • Air Hockey: Kes200
  • Foosball: Kes200

2.) Bowling Places in Nairobi (Sarit Centre).

Pins Entertainment.

Pins Entertainment at Sarit Centre
Pins Entertainment at Sarit Centre

Just like the name suggests, it is an entertainment powerhouse full of engrossing and riveting entertainment facilities which include our main focus, Bowling.

There are still other activities which include. A game of pool, Air hockey, a kids area with jungle experiences, shooting hoop games and a golf simulator. A bar and a restaurant dubbed Last Pin Standing.

How Much do they Charge?

Bowls:

  • Monday – Friday Kes350 from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
  • Monday – Friday Kes500 from 4:01 PM – 9:00 PM.
  • Weekends and Public Holidays Kes500.

Pool:  10:00AM – 4:00 PM

  • Monday – Friday 30 Mins Kes350
  • Monday – Friday 60 Mins Kes500
  • Weekends and Public Holidays Kes500.

Pool:  4:00 PM- 9:00 PM

  • Monday – Friday 30 Mins Kes500
  • Monday – Friday 60 Mins Kes800

Golf Launch:

  • 2pax 18 Holes Kes3500
  • 3Pax 18 Holes Kes4500
  • 4Pax 18 Holes Kes5500

3.) Bowling Places in Nairobi (Nextgen Mall).

Playland Amusement Park.

Playland Amusement Park
Playland Amusement Park

Being one of the bowling places in Nairobi`s Mombasa road Nextgen Mall. Playland Amusement Park has attractive structures and themes.

It is equipped with: Bowling, Trampoline Park, Virtual Reality & Soft Play. Ideal for both adults and kids of all ages.

The staff is friendly and welcoming. You will feel the worth of every dime you spend in this place. I call it a recreational centre of all races, gender and ages.

How Much do they Charge?

  • Playland Amusement Park open from 10 am to 8 pm DAILY!
  • Bowling: Kes 500 per person per game
  • Pool Tables: Kes 100 per game
  • Virtual Reality: Kes 300 per person per session
  • Ropes Course: Kes 300 per person per course
  • Digital darts: Kes 300 per game
  • Children who want to play UNLIMITED on the Trampoline, Ropes Course, Soft Play and Do-it-Yourself area: Kes 1,000 per day per child

4.) Bowling Places in Nairobi (Westgate Mall).

Strikez.

Strikez at West gate Mall
Strikez at West gate Mall

They say it was designed by the best in the architectural industry and set to be one of the most affordable bowling places in Nairobi, Kenya.

Tucked strategically at the well-known Westgate Mall first floor. Strikez has other dynamic indoor gaming arcades including the pool table, Air Hockey and foosball.

How Much do they Charge?

Bowls:

  • Monday – Friday Kes350 from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
  • Monday – Friday Kes500 from 4:01 PM – 8:00 PM
  • Weekends and Public Holidays Kes500.

Pool Table: Kes200 per game for 20 Mins or Kes600 for 1 Hour.

Foosball: Kes200 per token

Air Hockey: Kes200 Per Token

You can also pop up on the 2nd floor for Cinema whereby they charge Kes500 and VIP Kes750

Quick Facts about Bowling in Nairobi.

  • The game price ranges from Kes350 to Ksh500 depending on time and day.
  • You will need special shoes for Bowling. It is advisable if you’re a frequent bowler to purchase your own Bowling shoes (For Ladies) for hygiene purposes. However, the bowling places in Nairobi will provide the shoes at no extra cost if you don’t mind sharing.
  • Interestingly you will never miss your shoe size in bowling alleys.
  • Bowling doesn’t require you to be a pro to play.
  • You don`t need a lot of money as we have seen they fairly charge.
  • Bowling is not for the uptown elite only. I think this was brought up by the facts that bowling places in Nairobi are found in high-end malls.
  • Bonus – Japan is home to the largest bowling alley in the world: the Inazawa Grand Bowling Centre has 116 lanes!

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Bowling Places in Nairobi, Kenya.

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