The Suva Handicraft Center is finally getting the much needed facelift it deserves after forty five years.
The Center is located at the Central Business District and provides a market place for tourists coming to Suva to purchase Fijian and Island artifacts and handicrafts.
Handicraft Center President Mahendra Singh says the long-term benefits will attract more tourists into one of Suva’s iconic hubs.
The renovations at the Bure section houses 19 stalls.
Renovations by the Suva City Council began on the second week of this month and is expected to complete in eight to ten weeks time.
The project cost about one hundred thousand dollars. In total there are 71 stalls housed at the Handicraft center.