Nadi is the third largest convergence in Fiji. This Vitti is situated on the western edge of Leuve's main island, and its most recent census has a population of 42,284, in 2007. A 2012 estimate has shown that the population was more than 50,000, the Nadi is multi-ethnic with its many residents. With a large population of Indians or physicians, foreign travelers. Tourism is a mainstay of the nearby economy, with sugarcane manufacturing. There is a better concentration of lodges and lodge compared to any part of Fiji in the pulse area.
With its large Indo-Fijian population, the pulse is the center of Hindu religion and Islam in Fiji. It is the largest Hindu temple within the Southern Hemisphere, and is a domain for pilgrims named Shri Shiv Subramanya Temple. Muslims worship in the Nadi Mosque and Ahmadia Mosque. Nadi International Airport, 9 kilometers from the city, is Fiji's largest airport. Thus, the Nadi is the basic port of access to Fiji for air travelers, even though it is opposite the country's capital and largest metropolitan city, Suva.
Fiji Airways Western, against Witty Levu's island, it was the first Air Pacific. Head Workplace at the Air Pacific Maintenance and Administration Center at Nadi International Airport Fiji Airlines Limited, working as a Pacific Sun, is based on the creation of Pacific Sun inside the Civil Aviation Authority of CAAFI at the Nadi International Airport. Nadi's economic system is pushed by using tourism, transport and real property areas. Within those formal industries, the informal quarter performs especially a small situation like tours and agricultural businesses, including handicrafts.
Currency: Dollars - FJD Pincode of Nadi: 37216 Language : Fijian, english Weather: Summer 19°C to 28°C Winter 23°C to 31°C