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Arts Village is Fiji's first fully integrated resort development. It provides a huge range of activities and services. Shopping centre & restaurants: with 25 acres of shopping, cafes, and restaurants, you can shop 'til you drop. 50+ shops, 14...more
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We stayed at a self catering resort and the very good supermarket at the Arts village was the primary reason we visited a few times. It caters for western tastes and provides a good selection of food and groceries. There are also a few shops...More
We went there twice to buy snack and water when Living at Uprising. Every body we meet were so kind. There is a supermarked and a elektric store surinding small arts shops. The backpakkers place is also here.
The Arts Village has a handful of small shops and restaurants, including a coffee shop with wifi, and a reasonably decent grocery store. However, the larger two story building has quite a run down feel at this point, especially in the poorly lit main corridor....More
This was a nice place to leave the hotel and grab some lunch and shop. It had a range of souveniers, a dive shop, two restaurants and a giant size jenga game that my boys had fun playing. Nice atmosphere.
There are several clothing and souvenir shops, a dive shop, coffee shop, post office, rental-car office, grocery market and a few restaurants in the Arts Village. A few paces down the road you'll also find a fresh fish shop, a gas (petrol) station and the...More
We stayed just a few hundred metres from the arts village. We found it very handy for the local supermarket,probably the best one we went to. Anz atm machine is handy also. Nice walk around but very dirty rubbish everywhere in the bushes and floating...More
Nice area. Worth walking around all the small shops. Some of the areas are run down and need repair. They don't do the shows in the amphitheater anymore so that area is closed. A few good eating establishments there but they are all on "Fiji...More
The village is coming of age and would need a refreshing make over. Lots of shops are closed or empty and the place got a bit of a run down feel about it. Not sure what the "art" part of the village refers too, but...More
My husband wandered to the village from the Pearl Resort. Nice and casual and you don’t get hounded to buy things. Not a hell of a lot of shops to look at but the surroundings are lovely. There is a nice big Lilly pond under...More
We visited the Arts Village whilst staying in Pacific Harbour. It is the only commercial centre in this area. We found it to be very run down and dirty which was quite off putting. Although it would have been a lovely place when built it...More