- the Suva Bus Terminal;
- the Suva Flea Market (opposite the Bus Terminal) for handicrafts, sarongs and other items;
- the Suva Municipal Market (next to the Bus Terminal) for fresh fruits;
- the Suva Handicraft Centre (along the seawall and behind the Suva General Post Office) for assorted handicraft items;
- the Fiji Museum (on the other side of Albert Park) for its historical collection and art galleries;
- Thurston Gardens (next to the Fiji Museum) which forms a large part of Suva's history;
- a view of Government House (along Queen Elizabeth Drive and next to the Fiji Museum and Thurston Gardens) where the President lives;
- the Great Council of Chiefs complex just down the road from Government House (with its "bure" structure);
- Parliament House (along Ratu Sukuna Road) with its traditional structure using modern building items and the scene of so much activity in our history.
There are many other places to visit in Suva if you have the time.
Note from GV : For those that wish to stay for a few days in Suva, check out our two bedroom rental home through links at the right hand side of this blog. The discounted rate is now F$600.00 per week and will run until end April 2007. To contact us, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call telephone +679 3396427.