Flea & Street Markets in Fiji

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Flea & Street Markets in Fiji

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  • parrottdize
    Dyer, IN2,281 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is the place for fresh produce. Mostly fruits and vegetables but some other items too.
    The market is a short walking distance from the cruise port and well worth checking out. While you might not need to bring back food to the cruise ship, a fresh bouquet of flowers is nice.
    Written 26 December 2023
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  • Renée
    16 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    It was definitely an interesting trip to the market and one worth doing.
    The prices of the fruit were a dream and delicious!
    What I would say as a tourist, is to be on your A game. We were very naive! There are a few sharks out there, and they are very clever at drawing you away to shops for a kava ceremony and to buy their local goods.
    Don't afraid to be very firm and say no thankyou.
    Once bitten, twice shy. It did leave a bitter taste in the mouth.
    Written 1 February 2024
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  • MumbaiRiders
    Mumbai, India1,793 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The market is situated next to the public bus terminal and in totally enclosed and very large.First thing i did on entering the market was to sit around with a group of local working men and sip the traditional "Kava" drink of Fiji.This was authentic "Kava" ritual and not the normal tourist exhibition as performed in group tours.After the "Kava" strolled around the massive market and the largest section of the market sold only vegetables and fruits. A few of the vegetables and fruits were indigenous to Nadi and totally different from my home market in Mumbai in India. Enquired about the " Fish section" and was surprised to see a tiny corner of the giant vegetable market being allocated for selling of fish .As a regular purchaser of fish in.my home city of Mumbai was seeing for the first time fish not being sold by weight or individual specimen's but in a cluster strung to a coconut tree leaf.
    Written 26 April 2024
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  • Ashfield531
    Ringwood, UK1,221 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    This must be the worst presented market that I have seen as it is inside a ghastly featureless concrete structure. Each stallholder has a small caged section so if you go into one you feel slightly trapped with you, the products and the stallholder.

    There is a fair range of local looking craft wares with some excellent tourist items. We did not buy anything as it was so off-putting.
    Written 21 February 2023
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  • Craig D
    Perth, Australia363 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Lots of ‘same same but different’ and tons of gimmicky tourist knick knacks. However, if you spend a little time and work your way towards the stalls near the back you can pick up some genuine clothing bargains and a few surprises too such as Indian chatty’s. Just don’t part with your money on junk that will
    gather dust on a shelf in your home or get thrown out before you leave Suva to head home.
    Written 5 March 2023
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