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Fiji's second-largest city has been dubbed the Sugar City, given the importance of this crop. In Lautoka you can admire the tree-lined streets and colonial homes, and shop for Indian saris and traditional Fijian handicrafts in the market.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
The Koroyanitu National Heritage Park is located about 10 km southeast of Lautoka and is the ultimate haven for nature lovers. From hiking to picnicking, travelers have the opportunity to experience and enjoy all the scenic and cultural beauty that Fiji has to offer.
Behind the business district is the Lautoka Market, home to an exceptional variety of fresh, tropical fruits and veggies, fish and Indian sweets. Enjoy a meal at one of the area's restaurants, serving a delectable variety of dishes, including Chinese, Indian, Italian, Fijian, European and Korean.
The streets of Lautoka are dotted with small quaint shops that offer all kinds of wonderful products that would be perfect for souvenirs. Many of the shops are conveniently located in the central city along Vitogo Parade, Naviti Street and Yasawa Street. The Lautoka Market is another place to visit, even if you're not hunting for food items.
The Fijian dollar (FJD) is the official currency of Fiji. Many stores and restaurants also accept major credit cards, which usually offer you a good exchange rate. When shopping, remember there is a Value-Added Tax added to most purchases.
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Learn more about this port city with these tourist information guides.