Fiji is a beautiful country. The Presidential Palace of Fiji is beside the beautiful street not far from the dock and next to the National Museum of Fiji. The guard soldier is tall and handsome, wearing a white dress, holding a steel gun, with piercing eyes, looking forward. You can take a photo with him.
Fiji is a small country, so its presidential palace is also very small. Although the so-called sparrow is small and complete, the Fiji presidential palace has everything. Soldiers stand guard here every day. The environment here is also great.
Signal Hill Observatory is located at the highest point in Kota Kinabalu City. The observation deck can overlook the scenery of Kota Kinabalu. Generally, you will choose a taxi or hike. It takes about 20 minutes to hike up the mountain. You will pass the Presidential Palace on the way. Obviously you can't go inside.
It's okay, you can take a photo with the guard, their costumes are still very distinctive, but this attraction feels average, there is nothing to watch, you can transfer time to other natural scenery.
The Suva Presidential Palace is a British colonial building. It is surrounded by mountains and the sea, with the South Pacific in front, and rows of guard-like banyan trees stand on the shore. The most famous of the Presidential Palace is the one standing at the gate of the Presidential Palace holding a rifle poked on the ground, staring at the ground in front of him motionlessly, wearing a British Buckingham Palace guard uniform on his upper body, and a favorite worn by the locals." "solo" (that is, a skirt with a zigzag bottom edge) and a guard of the presidential palace wearing sandals on his feet.
Preston_Dominguez: Suva, Fiji
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended The Presidential Mansion,Thurston Garden,Fiji Museum,Suva Flea Market,Municipal Handicraft Centre