Nassau is the capital and business focal point of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Nassau's cutting edge development started in the late eighteenth century, with the deluge of thousands of American Loyalists and their slaves to the Bahamas following the American War of Independence. A significant number of them settled in Nassau and in the end came to dwarf the first occupants. Link Beach is perceived as the inn region of Nassau. Five inns—two of which are comprehensive—are situated on this strip. The zone is likewise known for its eating, the Crystal Palace Casino, and the brilliant sands of Cable Beach. The vast majority of the region's eateries are found either in the inns or over the road.
There is next to zero nightlife. There is a touch of shopping, its vast majority situated in the Wyndham. The city's central celebration is Junkanoo, a lively, beautiful road march of brilliantly costumed individuals moving to the musical backup of cowbells, drums and shrieks. The word 'Junkanoo' is named after the author 'John Kanoo'. The festival happens on December 26, July 10 and January 1, starting in the early long periods of the morning and closure around 10 a.m. Toward the finish of the Junkanoo parade, judges grant money prizes for the best music, outfits, and general gathering introduction. These Bahamians spend all year setting up their carefully assembled outfits by utilizing hued crepe paper and cardboard.