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Beautiful & colourful, plenty of images to look at while you wander around. The ground can get quite hot as you are not allowed to wear shoes so eithercwear socks or walk on the white painted lines which are much cooler.
In Nadi, there are not so many touristy sites to see. One of the few places is this hindu temple. It is located at the end of the main road in Nadi and it is easily reach by foot. The entrance fee was modest and...More
Visited here for a puja organized by my mother-in-law recently. The decorative art is beautiful, intricate and colorful. Pay attention especially to the ceilings. Tourists should keep in mind that this is first and foremost an active house of worship for local Hindus, so complaints...More
If you have been to India and seen the gammat of temples, then you can by pass this one, it's a bit" same same but different". If, on the other hand you haven't been to India, and you are in Fiji, then you have to...More
I did not visit as one who practices Hindu, so I was there just to admire this beautiful temple. Plenty of color, and ornate with beautiful paintings telling a story. There were several worshipers at the temple. You are asked not to take pictures inside...More
The temple has beautiful colours. As Australians we felt slightly unwelcome. They told us no guide available. We also were not 100% clear on what to do. Partly our fault because we should have read the signs before going in. We asked before we entered...More
Getting there by your own transport is easy but i would recomend the tour as they pick you up from the hotel and take you there and answer all your questions, You can just walk up to the front receprion and give a... More
Getting there by your own transport is easy but i would recomend the tour as they pick you up from the hotel and take you there and answer all your questions, You can just walk up to the front receprion and give a donation and they explaign how you leave your shoes at the shoe stand and go bare foot around the inside. but i would recomend the tour. Cheers Phil