Oh boy Suva market is great on Saturday mornings. When you get fresh farm produce. So many options to choose from. Love it. Awesome experince. When in Suva go for it.
About Suva Municipal Market
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It was similiar to other markets we visited during our trip. it was ok, some of the same items could be found at the other islands. Locals were friendly looking for you to purchase.
This is a large, and sometimes overwhelming, fruit and vegetable market by the bus station in Suva. The locals were friendly and helpful, didn’t rip us off, and we had some lovely fresh veg for a few bucks each. Not a destination in and of...More
The flower sellers with their vibrant and fabulous displays are a major drawcard, as they are located just on the outer section of the market. It is interesting to roam the aisles and view the variety of foods for sale. I visited this market initially...More
Not a whole lot of fish in late afternoon, but they did have sea cucumbers, seaweed and lots of clams. There is not much in the way of fruits or vegetables that you could not purchase in this market. One large flower stand.
Plenty of varieties and reasonable prices. Fresh items. Upper level has other non-vegetable items which you require for your kitchen and household. Parking issues.
We enjoyed our walk through the Municipal markets looking at all the local fruit and vegetables, they have a huge range, a lot bigger than we saw in Nadi and better quality. Vendors and locals very friendly, had beautiful fresh cut pineapple there. It's very...More
Suva market is a good example of a paciific island market places lots of fruit and veges for sale. Our favourite is the ready to eat pineapple just $1 for a ripe juicey piece of fruit. A lot of the stalls have the similar produce...More
If you are ever able to find a reasonable place to park then this is a great place to stop by. We circled the place at least 4 times thanks to the 1 way roads. We ended up paying 10$ for a few hours of...More
I feel at ease when going to the Suva market in the afternoon as carpark space is easily available and the vendors are just about letting go off their prices SURELY beats the early morning rush