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China Town

Port Louis, Mauritius
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A walk back in time Guided private tour
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This bustling neighborhood is known for its small shops, family traders and oriental restaurants.
  • Excellent12%
  • Very good22%
  • Average37%
  • Poor23%
  • Terrible6%
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“chinese food” (8 reviews)
“busy street” (2 reviews)
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Port Louis, Mauritius
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Wow! I really enjoyed this little chinese spot in Mauritius! It is curious to see how did they developed “their heimat” over there. I recommend at least a visit.

Thank prustyilchaun
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Not so crazy as expected, but still a lot of fuss going on. We were also there on a weekend day, maybe that`s why. Our kids were kind of shocked :) Maybe it`s a good experience for them.

Thank CrazySnailTraveller
Reviewed 28 August 2017

Not much was happening in China Town. Nothing special. Not worth the stop we made. The whole of Port Louis seemed very quite that day.

Thank Karolyn69
Reviewed 26 June 2017

I visited the market to find a specific item. After browsing almost everywhere and then asking, I found out that no one had seen or heard of it. The market is very cluttered, Many small shops crowded together with a huge amount of repetition of...More

Thank David S
Reviewed 13 June 2017

It is a cultural thing that I pay it a visit. The place is not really for the average tourist unless you are interested to visit a crowded local market. Nonetheless, I was curious to see how the large Chinese population took root in Mauritius...More

Thank Eric L
Reviewed 11 June 2017

The Chinese have traditionally occupied an important position in the life of Port Louis, and the area between the two 'friendship gates' on Royal St forms the centre of the city's Chinatown.

Thank travelerKolkata
Reviewed 11 May 2017 via mobile

Not that big china town you would expect as in other countries. But nice place to visit with a few good restaurants. Some shops to make a good deal. Traditional Chinese pharmacy available.

Thank qayyumalig
Reviewed 7 April 2017 via mobile

Do try hakka dishes like steamed pork with preserved mustard green (Moychoy Niouk). If you're looking for true authentic gems, I challenge you to find the Chu Feng Leung shop and try their traditional hakka cakes (hint: near Chinatown Deli Restaurant), especially fried bread fingers...More

Thank Sharon T
Reviewed 23 March 2017

Nothing much to brag about just like all other china markets. very crampped up shop, selling the same stuff,mainly clothing no cheap at all.

Thank Ajith D
Reviewed 18 March 2017 via mobile

Unless you need house hold goods. Just don't see why they would even put up the two signs " China Town", not even ! Maybe a hundred yards , maybe! A few hardware stores. That's it.,

Thank george60898
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22 June 2017|
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Response from Sharon T | Reviewed this property |
Check out Chu Feng Leung Traditional Hakka Cake shop behind China Deli Restaurant, next intersection after first Chinatown Gate. Try out Grand Canton Restaurant, two steps away. The Heen Foh pagoda at the Caudan roundabout... More
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