Often referred to as the most cosmopolitan city in the Pacific Island region, Suva offers an interesting insight into Fiji’s past and present. Nestled between Lucile Bay and Suva Harbour, in the southeast corner of Viti Levu, Suva is Fiji’s capital city and combines colonial-inspired architecture with modern sites and attractions to entice all types of travellers.
Suva is the home of half of the Fijian population, along with a large expat community, as well as Fiji’s government, foreign embassies and financial and educational institutions.
Suva’s main attractions include architectural highlights such as Government House, the Presidential Mansion, Fintel Building and the Carnegie Library. After your step back in history, shop for handicrafts, gifts, clothes and fresh local produce in Cumming Street and the Suva Market. Other places of interest include the Fiji Museum, Thurston Gardens and Albert Park.
Victoria Parade, in central Suva, comes alive at night with a myriad of bars and clubs open, plus performing artists and karaoke establishments for those looking for entertainment.
BEST WESTERN Suva Motor Inn is in quiet and peaceful surroundings with views of seascapes and bushland, and is an easy stroll to the heart of Suva.
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Combine culture, a range of fascinating attractions and a lively entertainment scene and you have the start of an adventure in this capital city.
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