Enjoying The Famous Landmarks Of Ba Town

Ba has numerous well-known areas of attraction which portray its history and culture.
24 Jul 2022 11:05
Enjoying The Famous Landmarks Of Ba Town
Ba Town

Ba has numerous well-known areas of attraction which portray its history and culture.

Not only the culture, but the origin of busi­nesses in Ba are known to be iconic.

This is a developing town however it still has a lot to offer to the visitors.

To find out more about the Beautiful Ba Town, people love to explore some of the hot spots to make their trip to Ba a memorable one.

E-Hub Café- Opening soon

The E-Hub is located in the well-known Ad­ams Triangle in the Main Street of Ba Town.

The E-Hub is an innovative cafe with inter­net access through provided through Wi-Fi on a user pay basis. This Cafe can be a meeting spot for many individuals and also accommo­date students for discussions while having a cup of coffee and a sandwich. This Cafe has its own car park and public convenience.


Horse Race Course

The Ba Horse Race Course is located at the Namosau Ward, in the Race Course Street. This course was opened in the year 2015 and since then has hosted many horse race events in which jockeys from different parts of Fiji make their way to participate in the grand events. Horse Race has been a prominent sport in Ba for many years and this facil­ity boosts the interest of many lovers of this sport.


Soccer Ball Restaurant

This Famous Soccer Ball Restaurant is locat­ed right in the heart of the town near a round­about. This huge soccer ball was constructed to mark the success of the Ba Football Team in the local and regional soccer competitions. Currently, a Fast Food restaurant is operating at this location and one can enjoy their meals at an affordable price while paying a visit to our beautiful town.


Rarawai Mill

The sugar industry is the dominant activity in Ba Town and the surrounding Ba District. In the year 1884, construction of Railway be­gan to serve the Sugar Industry and The Fiji Sugar Corporation Mill was established in the year 1866. Ba was then the only town in Fiji through which railway lines ran. The railway tracks through the middle of the town were later removed in the 1960’s.

Ba Civic Museum

The Ba Civic Museum was officially opened on April 11, 2014. The opening corresponded with the celebrations of Ba Town’s 75th An­niversary. The Civic Museum celebrates Ba’s township history. The Civic Museum has highlights of Ba Town’s history and how we have evolved from a few trading shops on the riverbank into a thriving commercial center and the Industrial Capital of Fiji


Ba Market

The Ba Market offers more than 1000 stalls to its multiracial market vendors who come over from different parts of the Ba to sell their goods and items to the public. One can find a range of fresh fruits, vegetables, root crops, either fruits, raw grog, groceries fresh kai and crabs in the Ba Market at a reasonable price.


Govind Park

Ba is also known as the soccer crazy town of Fiji. Soccer brings different religious and eth­nic groups of people together during all soc­cer events. On July 17, 1976, the Govind Park named after one of the former mayors of Ba, Kishore Govind, was opened by one of the for­mer presidents of Fiji Football Association, Manikam Pillay. Ba has since then hosted many soccer and other events to Govind Park and will continue to do so after the renovation works finish at site.


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