Suva Nightlife, Fiji
Suva, Nightlife – Eating Out
Don’t you dare avoiding a trip to Suva if you are a nightlife addict! Here you will experience one of the most exciting white nights you ever had in your entire life. Suava Nightlife, with its many bars and restaurants waiting for you to pass their threshold, expecting their clients with the best food ever, will not disappoint you.
The most famous restaurant is Daikoku. Situated downtown, this popular place is very accessible to locals and tourists, adding to the reasons why many people visit it so often. Every minute that you spend here is worthwhile, due to the delicious food and the small and cozy rooms which make it a perfect place to easily make friendly conversations with other people that are frequenting it. Professional staff and waiters will contribute to the atmosphere and will make your stay even more pleasant.
Suva, Nightlife – Clubs and Bars
Suva Nightlife has some particularities that I can bet you have never met before. If you want to go dancing and have a crazy night, you don’t need to worry, because every kind of music is played in this amazing town. O’Reillys is the perfect place for those who want to combine hip-hop style with retro. Nowhere can you find such an explosive atmosphere! Pool dancing is one of the main attractions and most tourists want to give it at least one try. O’Reillys is famous for this kind of fun, making it the most visited club in the city.
Another place to spend a perfect night is Traps Club made up of 5 bars, each one with its unique decor and atmosphere. Every bar has a non-smoking area, for those who like having fun in a clean and refreshing air. You may easily call this a “salad bowl”, just like the locals call it, because everybody gathers here after trying the other clubs.
For those who are more into live music, a band performs 80’s and country music in formerly The Barn which has been re-opened after a renovation, bringing along a changing of its name into The Ranch Club. Here you can spend a relaxing night, enjoying a glass of fine wine and making conversation with the locals and other tourists. Pay attention to what you choose to wear when coming here, as dress code is imposed. The entrance fee is also quite high, but any kind of effort is worthwhile.