Hotels Locations

more locations
hide locations
inisrael.com travel guide

Search for

Enjoy Israel

HE
Kampai Beer Sheva – Fusion Asian restaurant in Israel
inisrael.com travel guide

Israel Hotels

Enjoy Israel

Kampai Beer Sheva – Fusion Asian restaurant in Israel

Kampai Beer Sheva – Fusion Asian restaurant in Israel

Be'er Sheva travel guide

It has been over eight years since Kampai Beer Sheva has become Beer Sheva’s leading bar-restaurant. The word “Campai” means life in Japanese and stands out among all the Asian restaurants in Israel. In addition to Japanese sushi, wok dishes and grilled meats from Far East countries, Kampai specializes in Asian cuisine. Also, Kampai Beer Sheva’s spacious bar offers a wide selection of wines, beers, and alcoholic beverages, including unique cocktails created by friendly and skilled bartenders.

There are many entertainment options available at Kampai Restaurant, including romantic meals at the bar or around the table, unforgettable events in a private room or, if you prefer, you may order a delicious meal delivered to you at home. Do you have a celebration at home? We will send you a tray with a variety of delicious and unusual sushi that will make your guests want to come again…

There are no flavor enhancers or preservatives in Kampai’s menu, which combines authentic cuisine with culinary fusion. In an open kitchen, the dishes are prepared right in front of the customer, and the cooks ensure the raw materials are cooked at a high temperature for a short period of time, preserving their nutritional value and qualities. Whether you prefer rice noodles or rice, or tofu in place of chicken or meat, Kampai Restaurant provides large, indulgent dishes at a reasonable cost.

Phone: 08-6655999
Heil Handasa St 1, Be’er Sheva

Kampai Beer Sheva – Fusion Asian restaurant in Israel Kampai Beer Sheva – Fusion Asian restaurant in Israel

Be'er Avraham International Visitor Center

An innovative heritage center tells the story of Abraham our father and the famous water well at the gates of the old city along the banks of the biblical Be'er Sheva stream. The center of the exhibition brings together values, faith and history shared by all people through experiential content and a 3D presentation. Abraham, our father, is the spiritual father of the three monotheistic religions, the first peacemaker in the world, and the host of the angels in God's tent. The museum was opened in 2013 Derech Hebron 2, Old City, Beer Sheva Phone: 08-6234613 extension Tours must be arranged in advance.

Be'er-Sheva Lake - one of the largest artificial lakes in the world

Be'er-Sheva Lake - one of the largest artificial lakes in the world

"Lake" in Be'er Sheva is a unique project establishing an artificial lake that covers about 23 acres and is entirely filled with effluent water. About 167 acres of the park are dedicated to lawns, wooded areas, picnic areas, hiking and biking trails, and leisure and recreation areas. The lake is one of the largest artificial lakes in the world, and it is considered the second largest lake in Israel, after the Sea of Galilee. The lake has become a major tourist attraction that includes restaurants, cafes, and other recreational facilities. The project was developed in partnership with JNF USA, KKL, and the government of Israel, with a total cost of NIS 450 million. The city of Beersheba has a rich cultural and historical background, and the municipality is working on promoting tourism to the city by integrating hoteliers and restaurateurs. The Beer Sheva River Park and the lake are included in the tourism map of the Negev, and will offer visitors a range of experiential ventures for the whole family.

The Air Force Museum, Hazerim

The Air Force Museum, Hazerim

The Air Force Museum "Air Force Nature Reserve" invites you to a tour of the air history trails of the State of Israel. The museum is a national center whose role is to preserve the heritage of the Air Force, research it, present it and instill it, to the Israeli public in general and to future generations of Air Force fighters and soldiers in particular, in order to bring them closer to the Air Force and its heritage while creating affinity and mutual relations between them. The Air Force Museum was established nearly four decades ago, near the Hatzor base. The museum contains a collection of military aircraft, which is one of the most comprehensive and largest in the Western world. The museum is progressive and unique, combining the existing collection of airplanes in an educational-experiential display, which teaches about the development of the Air Force, with entertainment for the whole family. Air Force Museum in the premises Dear visitors, The museum is open to visitors on Sunday-Thursday Between the hours of 9:00-16:30 (cash register closes at 15:30) Entry to the museum is subject to presentation of a valid Israeli ID card/passport.

Israel's favorite Be'er Sheva - More options
Please wait...
  • Please wait while the system searches for you the perfect vacation at the best prices.

Search for

Why Inisrael.com?

  • Book direct - We connect you to the hotels.
  • The best hotel deals in Israel.
  • You pay at the hotel - upon arrival.
  • Credit card for room guarantee, no upfront payment.
  • The first israel booking site since 1996.