Brief information about the Nadi
It had a population of and is located on the side of the island of Viti Levu. A 2012 estimate showed the population had grown to over 50,000.
Nadi is multiracial with many of its inhabitants Indian or Indigenous Fijians, together with a large population of tourists. Together with sugar cane manufacturing, tourism is a mainstay of the local economy. The Nadi region has a concentration of motels and hotels than any part of Fiji.
Using its large population that is Indo-Fijian, Nadi is a centre for Islam and Hinduism in Fiji. It has the largest Hindu temple in the Southern hemisphere, and is a website for pilgrims known as Sri Siva Subramaniya temple. Nadi International Airport situated 9 kilometres from town, is the largest airport in Fiji.
Thus, Nadi is the principal port of entry for air travellers to Fiji, despite the fact that it's on the opposite (western) side of the island of Viti Levu from the nation's capital and largest city, Suva.