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Lautoka, Fiji
Sugar once drove the Lautoka economy, and processing sugarcane remains vital. The sugar mill was originally built in 1903, and it’s been making hummingbirds and couch potatoes very happy ever since. Cane is harvested, then crushed to extract the...
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Lautoka is one of Fiji’s major cross-cultural towns, a place where religions bump into each other and stretch out to intertwine. In addition to a lot of Christian churches and some lovely Hindu temples, you’ll find the Lautoka Jame Mosque, which...
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Tavewa Ave, Lautoka, Fiji
Best seen in early afternoon, when the puja (worship) is going on, or at twilight, when the setting sun makes stones glitter, this temple shows the strong influence of Indian culture and religion in Fiji. Sri Krishna Kaliya is an important place...
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Nawaka, Fiji
Only 15 kilometers (nine miles) from Lautoka’s hustle and bustle is something found almost nowhere else in the South Pacific: a fully protected and unlogged cloud forest. Hike to the top of the mountain for an endless blue-green view of all the...
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Holika Rd, Nadi, Fiji
At the edge of Koroyanitu National Heritage Park is the Garden of the Sleeping Giant, founded by the late, great actor Raymond Burr—most famous as the namesake of TV’s Perry Mason (and, to the generation that grew up on Saturday TV movies, he’s...
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Lautoka’s cross-cultural character means vegetarian food is easy to find—real vegetarian food, not a cuisine created by people who think fish are vegetables. The samosas and thali at Kruepa may lead you to believe you’ve landed in some quiet...
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Viseisei, Fiji
If you’re after fancy food, this isn’t the place. But if you want a real meal before you hit the main event—the cakes that are the Boatshed’s specialty—you’re covered. This café’s baked goods show that the locals know exactly what to do with what...
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Lautoka Market, by the bus station, caters more to locals than to tourists—and that's what makes it a fascinating place to visit. You won’t recognize half the fruits or vegetables for sale, and the tables of the fish vendors present such a riot of...
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133 Vitogo Parade, Lautoka, Fiji
If you live in Lautoka and need something, you’ll likely end up on Vitogo Parade, the main shopping street in town. Visitors should go in search of Indian and Fijian art and handicrafts.