Tonge Destination Guide
Touring Tonge in Fiji.
Tonge in the region of Western is located in Fiji - some 57 mi (or 92 km) North-West of Suva, the country's capital city.
Time in Tonge is now 02:39 AM (Tuesday). The local timezone is named "Pacific / Fiji" with an UTC offset of 13 hours. Depending on your travel resources, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: Vatukoula, Varoka, Thuvu, Tambalei, Suva or Ba. Being here already, consider visiting Tonge, Navala, Nasolo and Mbalevuto. We collected some hobby films in the internet. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
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Cadet Passout Parade 2012 Xavier College...
Cadet Passout Parade 2012 Xavier College Fiji held in govind park.Recorded by Zaiba Khan of form 2p[form prefect]
MANGO KONG trailer
A gigantic beverage on a mission to quench thirsts, MANGO KONG rampages through the city to help thirsty people beat the summer heat with some ice cold deliciousness! In the Summer of 2010, you can he...
Travel to MARS with UFO vol 3
When Joe was in Brazil in 1963, one night he encountered a UFO and was invited on a tour to MARS where he explored the region with aliens for 7 months
01 Arrival in Fiji
Very boring. Yes. And because it's in widescreen it looks like I'm just putting my head too close to the camera, when it actually just cut bits out... Although yes... at times I did put my face too cl...
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Interesting facts about this location
Yalalevu is a settlement in the District of Ba in Fiji, bounded by the Ba River on the east, Namosau River on the south and the settlement and village of Nailaga towards the north and west. Most of Yalalevu is within the Ba town boundary and this area is known as the Yalalevu Ward for Local Government administrative purposes. The terrain is mostly flat and not more than 5 metres above sea-level, consequently the area is prone to flooding.
Ba is a town in Fiji, 37 kilometres from Lautoka and 62 kilometres from Nadi, inland from the coast of Viti Levu, Fiji's largest island. Covering an area of 327 square kilometres, it had a population of 14,596 at the 1996 census. The town is built on the banks of the Ba River, after which it is named. For a long time, Ba was famous for its single lane bridge which caused major traffic problems. The old bridge was washed away in the floods of 1990s and a new bridge built downstream.
Ba is a province of Fiji, occupying the north-western sector of Viti Levu, Fiji's largest island. It is one of fourteen provinces in the nation of Fiji, and one of eight based in Viti Levu. It is Fiji's most populous province, with a population of 231,762 - more than a quarter of the nation's total - at the 2007 census. It covers a land area of 2,634 km, the second largest of any province. Ba Province includes the towns and districts of Ba, Magodro, Nadi, Nawaka, Tavua, Vuda and Vitogo.
Govind Park is a multi-use stadium in Ba, Fiji. It is currently used mostly for football matches and hosts the home matches of Ba FC. The stadium holds 13,500 people. It is one of the best stadium in the Fiji Islands. Govind Park has hosted football tournaments such as Fiji Fact, Battle Of The Giants and Inter district championship. Govind Park is named after one of the former mayors of Ba town Mr Kishore Govind.
Located at -17.63, 177.75 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 9 mi away.
Vatukoula is a gold mining settlement in Fiji, 9 kilometers inland from the Town of Tavua on the island of Viti Levu. It was established in 1934. The Emperor Mines Limited (EML) owned the mine but shut it down in December 2006 due to the high cost of mining, low price of gold and the level of capital required to sustain the mining operation, which made it uneconomical for EML to continue mining. Both open-cast and underground mining were carried out in Vatukoula.
Located at -17.63, 177.75 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 11 mi away.
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