Nigerian supermodel Oluchi Onweagba, who walked for XULY.Bët at AMFW 2011, shares her favourite Lagos hotspots, hangouts and hideaways. Temple Muse This is th>e most upscale lifestyle boutique in town, selling both African and international designers. I pop in for Jewel By Lisa, Christie Brown, Givenchy and Hermès. Terra Kulture This inviting culture centre has an art gallery, library and restaurant. Manuela Residence Hidden away inside a modest guesthouse compound, Manuela’s serves the best pizza in Lagos. It’s a fact! Akodo Beach This beach is about one hour’s drive from the city centre but it’s well worth the journey for the secluded surroundings, palm trees and water sports. Lekki-Epe Expressway No.10 Lounge Lagosians like to party all night long and clubs go in and out of favour fast but Number 10, which is owned by footballer Jay-Jay Okocha, always attracts a mature, well-groomed crowd. Bogobiri House An Afrocentric boutique hotel with an intimate live-music venue. I’ve seen some of my favourite Nigerian singer-songwriters here including Keziah Jones, Nneka and Bez. Balogun Market I brave the crowds and craziness of Balogun Market to pick up colourful local textiles such as ankara and aso-oke. Go before 2pm – that’s when the hawkers come out to play! Balogun Street, Lagos Island Click the link below to go to... Oscar-Nominated Actress Tackles Shell Over Oil Spills A New Car for an Amazing Fan: Busola Ayeni, gets new car on Ellen Degeneres Show [Video] Chika Ike Flies Dad To India For Life Threatening Surgery ‘She’s not on my level’ -Stephanie Okereke’s ex-hubby speaks your social media marketing partner