• Mauritius

    Learn about the rich history of Mauritius and its development as a stopover on the trade routes to a dynamic developing nation. “Discover” articles feature the island’s regions, sister islands, culture and nature.

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  • Gastronomy

    The diversity of cuisine in Mauritius derives from its cultural mix of colonialism and migrants over several centuries. Some would say that ‘tourist’ recipes have been rediscovered and others refined.

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  • Leisure

    Mauritius has an abundance of cultural, nature, entertainment activities and events that both the locals and tourists can enjoy. We should not forget sports, may they be local, regional or international.

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  • Lifestyle

    Is it about the values that you and your family want to live by or is it the persona you want to project? It can be about your wardrobe, a smartphone, a car or your home furnishings. In other words it is about your lifestyle!

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  • Wellness

    Mauritius has a holistic approach to good health with spas, yoga, natural remedies and other methods, while the population is provided with free access to hospital services and wellness parks.

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  • Romance

    Romance comes easy for a tropical island, so naturally Mauritius has become a dream destination for weddings and honeymoons. Couples (local and foreign) can find information and ideas right here.

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  • Travel - Tourism

    The South-East Indian Ocean features great travel destinations with the Mascarene or the Vanilla Islands offering great holiday opportunities including Mauritius, Madagascar, Reunion, Madagascar and Seychelles

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chineese gastronomy mauritiusJapanese cuisine aesthetic presentation serves to supplement and touch on the total range of senses. In Mauritius one can find a number of restaurants offering excellent Japanese fare. Some hotels also have in-house Japanese restaurants all serving the Sukiyaki, fish and seafood gently fried with vegetables in soy sauce and eaten directly from the pan.
The Tempura, prawn, fish and vegetables. deep-fried in a water-thin batter coat. The sashimi, pieces of tender and aromatically prepared raw fish dipped briefly in soy sauce and wasabi - green horseradish. And, of course, then Sushi, fish wrapped in leaves and seaweed in a portion of soured rice.
There is also a Thai restaurant, in Pereybere, offering the traditional cuisine based upon the spice mixtures of chilli, crab paste, garlic, coriander, and other self-prepared spicy compounds. The principle of Thai cuisine is to serve a mild dish after a "hot" one in order to douse the fire.