This is the resident of Fiji’s president which is somewhat guarded like the Buckingham Palace with Fijian soldiers clad in starched Sulus (Sarongs). The original house built in 1882 for the colonial governor, was struck by lightening and burnt to the ground in 1921. Military event marks the changing of guard. Visitors can witness this event by noting the celebratory day in their tour calendars. This information can be gathered at the Fiji Visitors Bureau. You can also admire the beautiful gardens surrounding the historic landmark, with its beautiful view overlooking vast Pacific Ocean.