Located in the colorful heart of Willemstad
Kas di Laman is located in the Ser'i Otrobanda neighborhood of Willemstad. The capital of Curacao. The name translates to ‘the other side’. Ser'i Otrobanda is known as one of the most artistic districts on Curacao. Kas di Laman is located in just a few minutes' walk from the Pontoon bridge. The bridge that connects Punda and Otrobanda. Here you can find the famous colored houses by the water where you can take beautiful pictures.
History of Otrobanda
In 1988, the government declared the area a historic monument, and it became part of the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1997. The neighborhood also hosts several galleries and museums dedicated to local history.
Otrobanda was once a neighborhood where you didn't want to go as a tourist. But for several decades, artists and volunteers have transformed the place into a vibrant art center. Today, Otrobanda is home to dozens of murals, sculptures and art installations.
Otrobanda is one of those places where it feels like everyone knows each other. You’ll find yourself surrounded by friendly faces, and even though you don’t know anyone, you feel comfortable enough to strike up conversations.
Stunning murals in Otrobanda
Just a few minutes' walk from Kas di Laman, you can enjoy the most beautiful murals the neighborhood has to offer.
The colorful steps are one of the most photographed spots in the city, which are found at top of Van Lennepstreet where you can find a great view of the pontoon bridge. Another popular spot to visit is the murals that line up the passage between Quintastraat & Cornelis Dirkswegh.
Kas di Laman is very centrally located:
- 30 minutes drive to East and West side beaches
- Located 500m from the center of Willemstad. Supermarket, many stores, restaurants & bars
- 800m to famous Queen Emma (pontoon) bridge
- Short walking distance to Kura Hulanda Museum, Rif Fort, City Beach and Pietermaai Area and the
- beautiful murals in Otrobanda
- Nearest beach, Pirate Bay, only 7 minutes by car or 15 minutes by bike.