Malindi is a city on Malindi Bay at the mouth of the Galana River, mendacity on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya. It is a hundred twenty kilometres northeast of Mombasa. The populace of Malindi changed into 207,253 as of the 2009 census. It is the most vital city centre in Kilifi County. Tourism is the maximum enterprise in Malindi. The town is well-known among Italian tourists. Malindi is served with a domestic airport and a motorway among Mombasa and Lamu. The close by Watamu hotel and Gedi Ruins are south of Malindi. The mouth of the Sabaki River lies in northern Malindi.
The Watamu and Malindi Marine National Parks shape a non-stop covered coastal vicinity south of Malindi. The location shows conventional examples of Swahili form. The majority of Malindi's populace is Muslim. Malindi is domestic to the Malindi Airport and Broglio Space Centre. The first written connection with the modern-day-day Malindi in all likelihood comes from Abu al-Fida, a Kurdish geographer and historian. He wrote that Malindi is placed to the south of the mouth of the river, which starts offevolved offevolved within the Mountain of Comr loads of kilometres away.