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Savusavu, City Centre intro. Savusavu is in the south of the Fijian island of Vanua Levu, regarded as the Hidden Paradise of Fiji and renowned for its hot springs. The town is home to around 3,500 inhabitants and is accessible via plane from Nadi or ferry from Lautoka and the capital, Suva. The island's main road, the Cross Island Road, also passes straight through the centre of the town. Like many Fijian towns or resorts, water activities and beach life are extremely popular; but Savusavu also boasts an interesting town centre, which gives visitors a true feel of the locals' day-to-day lifestyle. There are good stores for handicrafts and fabrics, while the open-air market is also worth visiting. Some of the local restaurants serve up fantastic dishes with seafood, of course, being the specialty. There are also options of international cuisine, such as Chinese, Indian and Italian. Accommodation is available in Savusavu City Centre hotels, which are also able to help arrange daytrips for guests into the surrounding mountains. Nightlife is relatively quiet, although it can be fun to mingle with the locals at the Wai Tui Club or Yacht Club.