Viti Levu

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  • 1. Handicraft Center

    Across the street from scenic Suva Harbour, everything at this market is made in the Lau Group of islands, making this one of the mainland's most authentic and least-expensive places to souvenir-shop. It's just a shame that the alleylike section of stalls is caged in. It's just as well, because the eager sellers want your full attention on the selection of handicrafts, carvings, and jewelry at each of the 71 stalls.

    Stintson Parade,, Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji
  • 2. Jack's of Fiji

    This successful retail chain has locations throughout the mainland including those at numerous resorts. In addition to high-end traditional handicrafts and other souvenirs, it sells perfume, jewelry, watches, clothing, and other duty free–style goods.

    401 Queens Rd., Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji
  • 3. Jack's of Fiji


    This Fiji has high-end traditional handicrafts and other souvenirs, it sells perfume, jewelry, watches, clothing and other duty free-style goods.

    Thomson St. and Pier St.,, Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji
  • 4. Morris Hedstrom City Complex (MHCC)

    Often referred to as "The Meeting Point," the MHCC is a typical shopping mall with big name stores like Jack's of Fiji and Prouds, as well as smaller local outlets. There's also a food court, with a wide variety of cuisines, a bakery, and a Gloria Jean's coffee shop.

    Thomson St.,, Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji
  • 5. Nadi Handicraft Market

    Competition is fierce at this craft market, where locals fill their stalls with all manner of wood-carvings, jewelry, and other souvenirs produced by members of their villages (or so they claim) and local Indo-Fijians peddle a similar range of goods. Bargain here and you can likely bring prices down by half, if not more.

    Main St. and Koroivolu Ave., Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji
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  • 6. Port Denarau Retail and Commercial Centre

    An open-air mall of sorts, Port Denarau has all manner of retail and dining options. Retailers include a Marina General Store specializing in clothing and accessories and a Jack's of Fiji outlet. The well-stocked Xpress Mart is among the more reasonable places to buy groceries on Denarau and the Hot Bread Kitchen, part of a nationwide chain, is a good place to pick up a hot pastry before the early ferry; the Esquire coffee shop is next door. Cardo's steak house, the Indigo fine-dining restaurant, and Hard Rock Cafe are also here. The complex includes the departure point for all Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands boat transfers and is accessible by the free "Bula Bus" shuttle from all Denarau Island resorts. Many tour and travel companies have physical kiosks here, too, so it's a great place to grab a handful of brochures to check out the available activities.

    Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji

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