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Suva is Fiji's capital, and more than half of the country's residents call it home. It is the most cosmopolitan city in Fiji, with a number of things to do and see, including the Fiji Museum, which has a large collection of historical and cultural artefacts as well as relics from the infamous HMS Bounty. The Suva Municipal Market is worth a visit on Saturdays as most of the city attends anyway, and you'll find a range of other shops, restaurants, parks and events. You can stroll down Victoria Parade for buzzing nightlife, or watch the changing of the guards at the Presidential Palace. Suva also makes a great starting point to explore the wild areas surrounding.

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The official languages are Fijian and Hindustani, but English is widely used and understood.


The Fijian dollar (FJD) is the unit of currency, with 100 cents to a dollar. Major credit cards are accepted at most hotels, restaurants, shops, rental car agencies and travel agents. The best currencies to carry are Australian, New Zealand or US dollars, which can be exchanged at all banks. Most ATMs accept the full range of international credit cards and travellers cheques and cash can be exchanged in banks and currency exchange bureaux throughout the islands.


Local time is GMT +12.

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