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How to get to Thika by Bus?

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Bus stations near Thika

  • Tuskeys,15 min walk,

Bus lines to Thika

  • 237,Thika,
Questions & Answers
  • What are the closest stations to Thika?

    The closest stations to Thika are:

    • Tuskeys is 1039 meters away, 15 min walk.
  • Which Bus lines stop near Thika?

    These Bus lines stop near Thika:

  • What’s the nearest bus stops to Thika?

    The nearest bus stops to Thika is Tuskeys. It’s a 15 min walk away.

  • What time is the first Bus to Thika?

    The 237 is the first Bus that goes to Thika. It stops nearby at 6:00 AM.

  • What time is the last Bus to Thika?

    The 237 is the last Bus that goes to Thika. It stops nearby at 10:12 PM.

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Thika Address: Stadium Road street in Thika

ThikaThika (Swahili: [ˈθika]) is an industrial town and a major commerce hub in Kiambu County, Kenya, lying on the A2 road 42 kilometres (26 mi), Northeast of Nairobi, near the confluence of the Thika and Chania Rivers. Although Thika town is administratively in Kiambu County, the greater Thika area comprising such residential areas such as Bendor estate, Maporomoko, Thika Greens, Thika Golden Pearl, Bahati Ridge, Thika Sports Club, among others, are within Murang'a County. Thika has a population of 279,429 (as of the 2019 National Census) which is growing rapidly, as is the entire greater Nairobi area. Its elevation is approximately 1,631 metres (5,351 ft). Thika is home to the Chania Falls, Fourteen Falls on the River Athi and the Thika Falls. Ol Donyo Sabuk National Park lies to the southeast. The town has a railway station with limited passenger service as only cargo trains operate, although there are plans to extend the proposed light rail system to Thika. The town was the headquarters of Thika West district following the split of the larger Thika district (created in 1994) into five districts: Ruiru, Gatundu, Gatanga, Thika East and Thika West. It was the seat of the South Central regional commissioner (deputy Provincial Commissioner) for Central Province appointed by the then President Mwai Kibaki in 2009 who was in charge of the larger Kiambu, Thika and Murang'a districts. However, under Kenya's new constitution, which recognizes only the 47 districts in existence before 1992 as semi-autonomous counties, Thika town falls under Kiambu County while some residential areas of Thika are in Murang'a county. Although Kiambu Town is the county headquarters, Thika Town remains as the main commercial center as well as the seat of the Thika Sub-county of the Kiambu County. The Flame Trees of Thika (Memories of an African Childhood) is a book by Elspeth Huxley, later adapted for television by Euston Films for Thames Television. It describes the life of English and Scottish settlers in the "White Highlands" during Edwardian times.
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