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Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple

543 Reviews

Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple

543 Reviews
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TravelinSuz wrote a review Apr 2020
Chandler, Arizona882 contributions350 helpful votes
Very colorful temple. I didn’t get to go inside. The architecture is a stark contrast to Fiji. It’s a bright spot on a rainy day.
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Date of experience: May 2019
Liz wrote a review Mar 2020
Austin, Texas53 contributions9 helpful votes
Great tour, weather was awful, (pouring rain), weather made this less than optimal, but certainly nothing to do with temple. Artwork is amazing and beautuful.
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Date of experience: March 2020
1 Helpful vote
bst0002 wrote a review Mar 2020
Brisbane, Australia36 contributions48 helpful votes
This is the largest Hindu temple in Fiji. The setup is very simple but the sculptures, the ceiling and the colours are amazing!!. Need to take shoes off before you enter the temple and need to wear a sarong (provided), if wearing anything that doesn't go below the knees. Dont forget to try the vegetarian restaurant that is in the temple complex.
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Date of experience: March 2020
2 Helpful votes
Ying C wrote a review Mar 2020
Sydney, Australia11 contributions10 helpful votes
We drove by the temple in the evening. It looks very beautiful from outside. So we decided to visit the temple during the day. Terrible experience. A guy at the gate (near the entrance) yelled at us when we first entered the parking lot. We were told to go to the “office” at the end of the parking lot. We knew he must be referring to ticket office. But no sign that shows where the ticket office is. Looks like it was only a cafe? Before we made the effort to find the ticket office, another guy came to us (at the other gate) and said we must get a guide (from the ticket office) to come in with us (in a very rude way!). the reason for getting a tour guide, according to this guy, is - in certain places of the temple, only a tour guide can take us in????? Seriously?! why do we need a guide to guide us around in a place where one could easily walk around and finish the tour within 5 mins? It was very disappointing and we decided to walk away. Thought We could just take a photo from outside. Guess what?! The second guy followed us and said “no photos”. If you don’t pay to get the ticket and tour guide, you can’t even take a photo from outside! A few other tourists saw the whole thing and walked away as well. I can understand a temple charges admission fee, but hey! What’s the point of getting a tour guide to come in with us??? The second guy looked like people who work there as he came out from the other gate of the temple. He could also be (unlikely tho) some random dodgy people trying to scam tourists. Either way, there’s some serious management issues.
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Date of experience: March 2020
lastword2016 wrote a review Feb 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom559 contributions520 helpful votes
We decided to visit this temple without a guide, partly because there wasn’t one immediately available, but also so we could quietly absorb the beauty of this temple in peace. It was magnificent, with colour and vibrancy everywhere we looked. The wall and ceiling paintings, in particular, were very fine. It’s small, as temples go, so a visit needn’t take long, but it’s worth the detour when on the island. I would say, don’t miss it!
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Date of experience: January 2020
3 Helpful votes
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