We heard a lot about the temple and decided to visit it one afternoon. We did everything wrong. . . Put the shoes in the wrong place and went in without paying 5 Fiji yuan per person. Taking pictures in the temple, even if we weren't 'clean', we went inside (my wife and daughter could later go in because they were vegetarians and there was a shower earlier in the day). We didn't understand the language of ghosts (numberless ghosts). I don't think this is for me, but it might be more interesting for other tourists.
We took a small tour. It is a gorgeously decorated Indian temple and well worth the trip. You can easily spend 30 minutes walking and enjoying it here, but there is no signage or introduction. You need to wear clothes that cover your shoulders and knees to get in, and don't take pictures in the temple.
The Indian temples on the side of the road are all in that style, that is, flat-topped, towering, and they are very colorful inside. There are various Indian gods and polytheistic beliefs. You can go in and see them. They are not very big, but they feel average. You have to take off your shoes.
The southern Hemispheres largest Hindu Temple in reality its small, takes less than 15 minutes to be done. 5 dollars entry, also gas a dress code.
This temple is next to the downtown area of Nadi. It was under repair when it arrived and was surrounded by scaffolding. At the door, buy a 5 yuan ticket with an Indian beauty, take off your shoes, and put on an apron, you can go in and visit. Fiji is the largest (in fact, it means "small"), and it takes a few minutes to read it. There are photos below, see for yourself.
Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple (Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple) is the largest Hindu temple in Fiji. This temple is located on Nadi Island, Fiji’s second largest island. The most primitive Sabah Mania Shiva Temple has existed for a long time. The current Sabah Mania Shiva Temple was built on the original site and was established in 1986. Large-scale activities began in this temple in 1984, and many believers came here to participate in the activities. This temple showcases the unique island culture of Fiji that is world-famous, and is a historical epitome of the traditional Pacific island country. Secondly, she also shows the wisdom of the Fijian people. This temple is very mysterious in terms of architecture, reflecting the diversity, complexity, uniqueness, safety and rationality of ancient temples in Fiji. The Shiva Temple in Sabah Mania is a colorful temple, including a variety of colors and bright colors.