The largest metropolis in the South Pacific, Suva (located in the south-east of Viti Levu) is Fiji's vivid capital and cultural centre . Set into the hilly peninsula between Laucala Bay and Suva Harbour, this is a city of charmingly mismatched colonial architecture, contemporary shopping precincts and diverse cuisines huddled along the harbour shore. Set out on foot in this compact city and discover narrow alleys and hidden lanes that boast a thriving trade of sari stores, Indian eateries and ad hoc goods.
Like any cosmopolitan city, visitors will find thriving farmers markets, festivals, parks, gardens and a melting pot of cultures and entertainment options. Discover Suva's rich nightlife between Victoria Parade and Carnarvon St or try the flavours of India in the many authentic curry houses and Indian eateries around the city.
Visit the Fiji Museum and gain local insight into the country's history and heritage, discover the city's stunning gardens and wander among the bustling marketplaces selling local handicrafts, fresh produce and art. The Suva Municipal Market and the Handicraft Centre in the CBD is a great place to start for those seeking meaningful souvenirs and a genuine Fijian experience.
Whether you're seeking a scenic hotel experience that caters to children and families or are looking for rooms and suites in the centre of town, there's a host of accommodation options in Suva. Boasting lagoon pools and tropical landscaping, these hotels offer the full service; everything from onsite dining and business facilities to bars, private courtyards and babysitting services.
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Suva officially became Fiji's capital in 1882 and today consistently hosts more NGOs and intergovernmental agencies than any other capital in the Pacific Islands. Suva also enjoys a tropical rainforest climate, making it the ultimate city escape.