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Where to Shop around The Westin Turtle Bay Resort & Spa, Mauritius

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Mauritius is more than just another gorgeous beach island. The mix of Indian, African, French, Chinese, and English heritage has given it an incredible creole vibe, influencing the culture and food in ways that will surprise and delight you.
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Moka, Mauritius
After seeing the Mauritian women glide through the streets of Port Louis in their bright, dancing saris, you've decided it's high time you had your own. Jetha Tulsidas, with shops both in Port Louis and the high-end Bagatelle Shopping Center, has...
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Marina Quay, Caudan, Port Louis, Mauritius
Spend a few days on the island and you'll learn that the now-extinct dodo holds a special place in Mauritian hearts. You no longer think of it as just a dumb bird or a symbol of careless extinction. Instead, the many colorful dodo crafts make you...
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Rue du Bazaar, Mahebourg, Mauritius
You wandered the stalls at Port Louis Grand Bazaar and found yourself a little disappointed by the touristy vibe. For a more traditional Mauritian marketing experience, head to the weekly Mahebourg Market on Mondays. Spices, textiles, crafts and...
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Immeuble Caudan Water Front, Port Louis, Mauritius
You have your photos. You have your memories. But you're a bibliophile. You want a book: A book that you can pull out to help explain the wonder of Mauritius. To find such a book, there's only one place to go: Mauritius' signature book store,...
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53A Sir John Pope Hennessy Street Curepipe/Daruty de Grandpre Avenue, Curepipe 74245, Mauritius
Mauritius has long been known as the place to pick up detailed, custom-made ship models. If you are in the market for your very own model of the Cutty Sark, there's no better place to find it. There are many model ship makers on the island. But...
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Bourbon St, Port Louis, Mauritius
Your kids have already gone out of their comfort zone a little with Mauritian cuisine. They've tried new curries, dim sum, and other items from street vendors. But when you tell them it's time to try a true Mauritian delicacy, caca pigeon—or...
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Riche Terre Road, Port Louis, Mauritius
The oasis-themed Riche Terre Mall just off the M2 highway features 50 stores and 25 dining spots. Shops range from factory outlets to designer brands. You’ll find such local outposts as Oneye—named for a popular surf destination in Mauritius—which...