Kempton Park is a large town situated on the East Rand of Gauteng. Home to numerous shopping malls, Emperor’s Palace with its theatres and restaurants, and the busiest airport in Africa, it’s a great choice for business and leisure travellers alike.
Established in 1903, Kempton Park includes the suburbs of Birchleigh, Kempton Park West, Edleen, Van Riebeeck Park, Glen Marais, Norkem Park, Allen Grove, Nimrod Park, Rhodesfield, Bonaero Park, Terenure, Esther Park, Aston Manor, Spartan, and Croydon, to name a few.
Oliver Tambo International Airport, previously known as Jan Smuts Airport, is the busiest airport in Africa and provides easy access to Kempton Park from just about any city in the country. With a number of conference venues and accommodation to suit all needs and budgets, Kempton Park is a great choice for business travellers.
Leisure seekers will enjoy spending a day at Emperors Palace with its casino, spa, diverse restaurants, Odeon Showbar, and Theatre of Marcellus which has hosted performers of the likes of Barry Hilton, Steve Hofmeyr, Johnny Clegg, and Kurt Darren. Indulge in a touch of retail therapy at Birch Acres Mall and Bonaero Park Shopping Centre, go ice skating at Festival Mall Ice Arena, or play a round of golf at Kempton Park Golf Course.
Kempton Park is a well-developed town with a variety of restaurants, attractions, and accommodation to suit all ages.

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