When walking around the city, look down the street, did not go in. I wanted to donate, but a local called us to the counter, so that the tourists don't decide to go in, so they all go into the city. Found the locals are very aggressive, see you have been walking the street, you will take a taxi or pay for it. Nice walk, and a deep look at the poor economy.
The Fiji Museum is small and a little out of date, but the exhibitions inside the museum are very informative and give a very detailed account of Fiji culture. I wish I could go on and do it, everyone has to support it! We only had an hour to visit the various exhibits, but I highly recommend and very educational. The full size sideboat canoe for ocean voyages was the highlight of our visit.
The Fiji Museum has a wealth of collections, ranging from stone tools more than 3,500 years ago to the rifles used by the British to conquer Fiji, cowhide-covered bibles, exhibits from the cannibal period, and the battle canoe all tell the history of Fiji.
To be honest, the Fiji Museum is really small. Perhaps it has something to do with the country’s territorial area and the degree of national history. Although this museum is very small, it is still very beautiful. The Fiji Museum has a lot of collections and it has a simple beauty.
The Fiji Museum is a well-known comprehensive museum in Fiji. It’s a good place to go with children. I think it’s one of the few places worth visiting in Suva. The Fiji Museum is a good choice. I thought Fijians were really enthusiastic. In the past, I only felt it from the photos, but now I am finally on the scene. It is difficult to express my inner joy in words.
Preston_Dominguez: Ratu Cokobau Rd, Suva
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended The Presidential Mansion,Thurston Garden,Fiji Museum,Suva Flea Market,Municipal Handicraft Centre