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Ease of access in Nakasi

Ilisapeci Tinanisigabalavu
Thursday, February 15, 2018

Centered between the corridors of Suva and Nausori, Nakasi is a fast-growing suburb catering for residential areas and businesses.

With three main shopping complexes situated in the area, residents of Nakasi and neighbouring communities have an ease of access to commercial, education and health facilities with the services brought closer to them.

Public transportation services are accessible with buses and taxis operating along the Kings Rd. The developments taking place in Nakasi is a definition of its rapid growth.

One can surely be impressed with the sight of Nakasi while on their way to Nausori or Suva with the multicultural communities and growing businesses that lie along its suburb. Nakasi surely is a "one-stop shop".








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