What Is Fiji Famous for?

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Fiji is famous for sporting activities like golf and rugby. The sport of golf has been made famous by golfer Vijay Singh, who at one time was the world number one in golf. It is also known for its wonderful water and apples. Fiji is also famous because of the tagimoucia flower that only grows there and is also known for the rich cultural heritage of its people and their handicrafts.
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Fiji is famous for the rich cultural heritage of its people and their handicrafts. Fiji Attractions includes the famous volcanic Viti Levu, said to have been under water for long, the giant Fijian long-horned beetle, the highest peak Tomanivi, Natadola harbour, Koroyanitu National Heritage Park and Tavuni Hill Fort.
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