Well Fiji's not the shopping mecca of the world but you can certainly pick up some wonderful locally crafted souvenirs as well as find many known global brands within the larger resorts.
The four main shopping destinations are Nadi Town which is a main street lined with smaller stores and also some larger souvenir and a duty free shop. Port Denarau has many fine eateries to choose from and has speciality shopping along with a small supermarket which stocks imported products along with local brands. Lautoka is around 45mins car drive from Nadi and has some interesting small shops to browse through and quite a large fresh produce market. Suva is the largest shopping destination with Tappoo City being loaded with brands that you would recognise back home.
Located on Denarau Island, Port Denarau is home to a range of retail and dining experiences. Featuring world class restaurants, Fiji’s first Hard Rock Café, free entertainment, cultural and community activities and a regular events program, the centre is a must for any visitor to the Fijian Islands.
Nadi Town offers a great shopping experience with most of the main shops located along one main street. Shopping is affordable with items of good quality with several large labels manufactured in the Fiji. T-shirts, jeans, joggers and surf shorts abound here. Jack’s and Tappoo souvenir stores are also located in Nadi Town. At the far end of Nadi's main drag is Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple, a magnificent Hindu temple that's open to visitors and worshipers alike.
Suva City has just the right mix that will see you experiencing the past without you having to miss out on modern perks. Suva is often referred to as the most cosmopolitan city in the Oceania region. Suva sits in the southeast corner of Viti Levu, approximately 3.5hrs drive from Nadi. This capital city of Fiji has managed to retain the magic and character of the Colonial era and at the same time develop over the years offering visitors sites and attractions that will definitely make their stay memorable.
Suva has Tappoo City a large and modern multi story shopping centre with major brand names stocked.
A short bus ride north of Nadi is ' Fiji's ‘Sugar City' and Lautoka has Fiji's largest produce market. On Saturday mornings, the market place is buzzing with trade. There are variety of clothing and nic nac stores if you take a leisurely stroll around the town or you can visit the botanical gardens. Lautoka has the largest Sugar Mill in Fiji and is the 2nd largest main port of entry for sea vessels.