|District||Kampala Capital City Authority|
|Elevation||1,160 m (3,810 ft)|
|Time zone||EAT (UTC+3)|
Munyonyo is bordered by Lake Victoria to the south, Bulingugwe Island to the southeast, Ggaba to the east, Salaama to the northeast, Buziga to the north, Makindye to the northwest and Lubowa to the west. Munyonyo is located approximately 13 kilometres (8.1 mi), by road, southeast of Kampala's central business district. The coordinates of Munyonyo are:0°14'32.0"N 32°37'29.0"E (Latitude:0.242225; Longitude:32.624725).
Munyonyo is one of the most upscale residential neighborhoods in the city of Kampala. It is the location of two of Kampala's upscale resorts: Speke Resort & Conference Center and Commonwealth Resort. The latter was the venue of the 2007 meeting of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), also known as 2007 CHOGM.
Munyonyo is also a martyrdom spot of the Uganda Martyrs; Catholic saints: Andrew Kaggwa and Denis Ssebuggwawo Wasswa and Anglican Mukasa Musa murdered on 25 and 26 May 1886 by King Mwanga II of Buganda. Other martyrs were imprisoned in Munyonyo and taken for execution in Namugongo. On the same day in Munyonyo four catechumens: St. Kizito, St. Gyaviira Musoke, St. Mbaga Tuzinde, St. Mugagga Lubowa were secretly baptized by St. Charles Lwanga, at that time, the leader of Uganda's Christian community.
Landmarks in or near Munyonyo include:
- Commonwealth Resort - Co-owned by the Government of Uganda and the Ruparelia Group
- Speke Resort & Conference Center - A member of the Ruparelia Group
- Palm Villas - A private gated community with condominiums and bungalows
- Uganda Martyrs Shrine with execution spot of saint Denis Ssebuggwawo Wasswa and tomb of Saint Andrew Kaggwa
- A Public Health Clinic administered by Kampala Capital City Authority.
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