Malawians have a wide variety of traditional dances which spice up their way of life. There are over 70 traditional dances and three of these namely: Vimbuza, Gule Wa Mkulu and Tchopa, have been proclaimed by UNESCO as Masterpieces of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. Among other dances include :- Chisamba by the Chewa, Uyeni by the Ngoni, Chilimika by the Tonga and Likhuba by the Sena Arts
and Crafts Craftsmen weaving and selling beautiful rattan-type furniture and other crafts can be found on most main roads. But a visit to the popular Kungoni Centre for Art and Culture is highly recommended. This is located 80 kilometres south of Salima on the M5, houses the Chamare, a living cultural museum. Some of the works of the craftmen at Mua is found at the Vatican, Buckingham Palace and other palaces around the world. www.muamissionmalawi.com ss Other pieces of art can be found at Nkhotakota and Dedza Potteries; and along the Zomba-Blantyre Road.