TCF Fiji

 
 

The Textile, Clothing and Footwear industry of Fiji has many retail outlets from which to choose. These outlets sell clothing and footwear which are specially designed and produced for local markets. High quality items being manufactured and sold locally is something that the Government is emphasizing more thus the campaign of ‘BUY FIJIAN MADE’ is being extensively utilized and promoted by all local producers.

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January 21, 2013
 
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MHCC – The Meeting Point

 
 

Morris Hedstrom City Center is a modern multi-storey complex which emerged from the ashes of the original building which was destroyed by fire in the late 90′s. For years after that the land was left idle but was always owned by the same company. Currently, it is known as the largest shopping mall in Fiji with over twenty different stores, fifteen variety food stalls and almost ten trinket stalls. These stalls are a boon for small business owners who want to showcase their merchandise to a mass market.

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January 21, 2013
 
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Rowdy Dog? Nope it’s ‘BAD DOG’…

 
 

Bad Dog Café – the name sounds funky but as they say don’t go by the name as they are known to have the best food and great bar service. This café and bar has been around for more than 15 years and the high service and quality still remains. Bad Dog café offers a wide range of meals catering for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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December 2, 2012
 
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Suva City Nightlife… Something you wouldn't wanna miss!

 
 

Nightlife in Suva revolves around wining and dining, the cinema or hitting the clubs for a night of fun, laughter and partaking of your favourite beverage.

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December 2, 2012
 
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Arts and Culture

 
 

With diverse cultures and profound ethnicity, Suva, Fiji’s capital city is unparalleled to like no other. The cultures, languages, heritage, food, traditions, costumes and beliefs belonging to prominent ethnic groups such as Fijians, Indians, Europeans and Chinese are evident in many places. Profound for its history, Suva offers a vast range of styles in terms of architecture, arts and craft, shopping, lounging and more importantly the friendly hospitality.

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December 2, 2012
 
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