Fiji DowntownCenter of Fiji
no cooking; no internet.
Nadi Downtown | Nadi and surroundings Guide
The use of necessary cookie technology helps to make a website accessible by providing essential features such as page browsing and accessing safe areas of the website. Without these cookie the website cannot work correctly. Statistical cookie technology helps website users better understanding how users interacted with sites by gathering and submitting information in an anonymous manner. We may use your browser to send you a cookie, which is used to keep you informed.
Suva city centre in Suva, Fiji
Suva city centre has a variety of colorful monuments and sights, making it a nice place for walks. Launch on Stinson Pde at the Suva Curio & Handicrafts Market. After crossing the promenade, head southwards to enjoy the view of the port of Suva. When you arrive at Tiko's Floating Restaurant, you' ll be crossing the streets and strolling through tree-lined Ratu Sukuna Park.
In 1909 the Olympic swimming pool Suva is located between this house and the city library. The imposing administrative offices are on the lefthand side. The Albert Park, a large sports ground, is located in the southern part of the park. Kingsford Smith Pavilion, which takes its name from the aircraft that arrived here, is located on Southern Cross Road.
Across the street from the gardens is the magnificent Grand Pacific Hotel. Right behind Ratu Cakobau Rd is the Umaria Parc & Suva Bowls Club, where you can take a break with a cool sip. At Queen Elizabeth Dr., go across the street and into Thurston Gardens. Stroll through this colorful garden and visit the clock tower of the Botanical Garden and the Fiji Museum.
Take a turn to your lefthand side and go along Gladstone Road at the border of Albert Park before you cut off the footpath to McGregor Road. Drive down and turn lefthand at St. Andrew's Church, following Goodenough St. and head northerly on Carnarvon St., past the pubs and nightclubs to the Roman Catholic Cathedral, one of the most striking symbols of the Suva.
Take a turn to your right, then turn right and go to the showcase on St. Croumming, then turn to your lefthand side to dive into the small India of the Suva - roads full of Indian-owned stores. Passing the imposing old Garrick Hotel we return to the Curio & Handicraft Market. And if you still have power, go buy some mementos.