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Berry nice Temple in the South of Nadi. Stop by for half an hour on the way to Siva or back. Very nice painting and many details to look at. When O was there a friendly guide explained me a lot about the temple and...More
My wife and I stopped here to kill some time since we arrived on an early morning flight and our hotel was not ready to check us in yet. It is along the main road in Nadi and pretty easy to get to from the...More
As Hindu temples go in India and other countries it is not very spectacular. However, it is worth a quick visit. I believe that on festival days it is much more interesting.
You need to be decently dressed and barefooted to enter the temple.
This is a beautiful temple! Have been there twice and reccomend visitors to also visit the temple when it’s poojai or some kind for ceremony. You will enjoy it. Make sure to cover your knees and shoulders, you can borrow sarongs just outside the temple...More
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.
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