A symbol of Mauritius’ diversity and multiculturalism, China Town was once the most vibrant place in Port Louis, opening its door to all Mauritians. Despite the many challenges faced by the community, China Town has managed to preserve its culture through festivals, ancient customs, and food.
During the China Town Food Tour, our guide will lead you from the Caudan Waterfront to China Town to discover Chinese food in Mauritius. En route, we will stop at various local restaurants and street food vendors to taste Sino-Mauritian food, ranging from delicious duck to traditional Chinese sweets and tea.
Join us on this unique food experience! Let China Town fill your hearts… and stomachs 😉
|Tour Day||Email [email protected] to request a specific date.|
|Time||11:00 - 15:15 (approx.)|
|Price||Residents: MUR 2500
Non-Residents: MUR 3000
|Group Size||Minimum 2 guests*
Maximum 8 guests
|Dietary Options||Vegetarian: Not available
Vegan: Not available
Gluten-free: Not available
|Child Policy||Free for children under 10 years old, each accompanied by an adult.|
|Walking Distance||3,2km (approx.)|
*If there is less than the minimum number of guests, the tour will be cancelled. You may either change to a Port Louis Street Food Tour for that day and be reimbursed the difference of the price, or you may ask for a full refund.
The tour will go ahead as planned even if the weather is poor on the day. Dress appropriately and we recommend that you bring an umbrella. See the FAQ page for the conditions that warrant a cancellation.
Steamed, fried, savoury or sweet, there is something for everyone! Moving from small street food vendors to some of the best restaurants, we taste a variety of Sino-Mauritian dishes.
As we wander, we see the contrast between the changing faces of Port Louis and the old Chinese stores still standing their ground. Between our food stops, we visit traditional Chinese stores and societies that have stories to share.
With our bilingual guide, we learn about Sino-Mauritian food and cuisine. The guide also shares with us how Chinese culture, traditions and, of course, food have contributed to the island's growth and the Mauritian way-of-life.
Breakfast – Have a light breakfast in the morning. Keep your appetite for the food tour.
Walking Shoes – Wear a comfortable pair of walking shoes to make your way around town.
Sun Protection – Be sure to bring sunscreen and/or a hat to protect you from the strong tropical sun.
If you have any additional questions please check our FAQ page or contact us with specific queries.