Nadi is a city on the western coast of Viti Levu, the main island of Fiji. It is the third largest city in Fiji and is known as the "gateway" to the country, as it is home to Fiji's main international airport and serves as a hub for tourism and commerce.
The city has a population of around 42,000 people, and is situated along a picturesque coastline with white sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters. Nadi has a tropical climate, with warm temperatures year-round and a wet season from November to April.
Nadi is a bustling and diverse city, with a mix of Fijian, Indian, and other ethnic communities. The city is home to a variety of shops, restaurants, and markets, where visitors can sample traditional Fijian and Indian cuisine, as well as shop for local crafts and souvenirs.
One of the main attractions in Nadi is the Sri Siva Subramaniya temple, which is the largest Hindu temple in the southern hemisphere. It features colorful Dravidian architecture and intricate carvings, and is a popular site for visitors and worshippers alike.