The Fiji Museum is situated inside the famous Thurston Gardens.
Take a walk through Thurston Gardens as a prelude to your museum experience.
The sea wall area is a favourite for jogging and enjoying the early morning or late afternoon sunset.
Situated beside the Suva bus station, the Suva market has vegetable stands on the first floor with kava, spices and basic vegetables on the second.
The RSYC is a club promoting yachting, boating, navigation and seamanship.
Presidential Palace which was rebuilt in the year 1928 for the then British governor is now known to.
Shop for handmade Fijian handicrafts from the Government Handicraft Center.
Pacific Harbor located along the amazing beach coastline south of the Coral Coast.
The small islands surrounding the city of Suva and Pacific Harbor are great spots for a day trip.
Zip lining is fast becoming a popular activity here in Fiji.
Mt Korobaba is located just 10 minutes outside of Suva and offers fantastic views across Suva Harbor
Kila World – an adventure park which presently boasts activities such as rope courses, giant swings, zip lining, abseiling etc.
Located around ten minutes from the city, Colo-i-Suva is a national park that boasts a crystal clear river set in serene and peaceful surroundings.
Village 6, like all the other franchise cinemas, offers a quality cinema experience.
Bars & Night Clubs
If you are looking to experience a great party atmosphere then head to Shenanigans and O’Reilly’s on Victoria Parade in Suva.
Traps Bar is one of the longest running nightclubs in Fiji with a solid reputation. It is divided into 5 different bars with a non-smoking top lounge for those who are seeking a more laidback style.
An attractive and energetic place which is filled with entertainment and great opportunity to mingle around with other people or just sit down and have drinks on your own.