Almost any time of the year is an excellent time to visit Suva. There are so many things happening that you won’t get bored. If you like fun, then Suva, the capital city of Fiji, the thumb of the Pacific, is the place of many happenings.
For tourists, the day really begins at about 6pm. Before this, it’s best to laze around a swimming pool with a cocktail or go walking or shopping around the city. Suva comes alive at night. This is when live local bands or the current overseas hit songs fill the air. Suva has about 25 bars/nightclubs and all are within walking distance from each other to make for an ideal pub-crawling night.
Suva is a city of colors. While neon lights from the nightclubs brighten the nights, the people of Suva brighten up the day. Suva is a city with rich and diverse cultures. It has a multiracial population mix comprised mainly Fijians, Indians, Europeans, Chinese and South Pacific Islanders.
People are friendly and always willing to help with directions. So if you are lost, don’t hesitate to ask. The locals will help with a smile. There are lots of things to do, see and buy. You can bargain with shopkeepers for good deals on items such as clothes and footwear.
If you don’t want to go shopping, then how about taking a walk around to see what makes Suva . There are many churches, temples, mosques, bush-walks and gardens. Suva has a botanical garden at the eastern end of town. This is also where Fiji Museum is located. Next to these is the home of the President of the Republic of Fiji. If you what to take photos of the house stand beside the guard at the front gate and take a shot.