Largest Cities in Fiji

Facts about Fiji

Official languages: English, Fiji
Capital: Suva
Area: 18,270 km²
Population: 875,983 residents
Population density: 47.95 residents per km²
Currency: FJD
Internet TLD: .fj
ISO codes: FJ, FJI, 242
The telephone code for Fiji is +679

Flag of Fiji

Even the first look at the flag of Fiji, which was adopted at independence in 1970, suggests that this island nation was once under British rule. The flag is composed of a light blue sheet and a miniature of the Union Jack in the upper pole field. Additionally, the flag bears the coat of arms of Fiji, which features a yellow lion holding a cocoa bean and a St. George’s cross. The resulting fields of the coat of arms depict a sugar cane stalk, a coconut palm, a white dove carrying an olive branch in its beak and a bunch of bananas. These commodities are typical of Fiji and were not imported to the islands. The light blue color of the leaf is meant to resemble the Pacific Ocean, which Fiji is surrounded by.

Fiji Flag

Fiji is an island nation in the South Pacific north of New Zealand and east of Australia. See Fiji Location on World Map. Fiji has been independent since 1970 and a republic since 1987 with the capital Suva on the island of Viti Levu.

Biggest Cities of Fiji by Population

# City Population Latitude Longitude
1 Suva, Fiji 77,477 -18.1416 178.441
2 Lautoka, Fiji 52,611 -17.6169 177.45
3 Nadi, Fiji 42,395 -17.8031 177.416
4 Labasa, Fiji 28,060 -16.4332 179.365
5 Ba, Fiji 14,707 -17.5343 177.674
6 Levuka, Fiji 8,471 -18.0667 179.317

Fiji: Suva

According to Abbreviation Finder, the capital is called Suva and is located in the southeast of the island of Viti Levu. About 86,000 people live here. A total of 900,000 people are distributed across the islands.

The highest mountain is called Tomanivi and you can also find it on the island of Viti Levu. He is also known under the name Mount Victoria . The longest river in the country is the Rewa River on the island of Viti Levu with a length of 145 kilometers. The Rewa River rises from the Tomanivi and flows into the Laucala Bay near the capital Suva.

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