The Kabaka’s main palace in is situated in Bulange, Mengo this feature consists of two large palaces, connected by a straight road. Halfway between the palace and the administrative seat of Buganda Kingdom, is a round-about with a straight road in the middle. This road is only used by the Kabaka as the local superstition says he must not turn a corner while on this route. The Kabaka’s main palace in Bulange, Mengo is more than the fine, historical architecture that greets your eyes at the pinnacle of Bulange hill. The majestic colonial power house provides a rich history of one of Uganda’s oldest kingdoms– Buganda. The road to the palace, locally known as Kabaka Anjagala (The king loves me), until recently, had old trees lined down both sides.