If your holiday isn’t complete without a little retail therapy, Shangri-La has you covered. We’ve scoured Mauritius to find the best shopping experiences, from high-end boutiques to the high street, hidden gems at one-of-one shoppes, private ateliers and bustling markets.
Port Louis Shopping
In Port Louis, visitors will find many small shops, including those selling typical Chinese herbs, products and clothing. The Port Louis Bazaar is a treat, with exotic spices and vegetables, colourful saris, baskets, traditional handicrafts, local jewellery and souvenirs on sale at very low prices.
The Caudan Waterfront shopping mall features luxury shops, a craft market, food court, and several restaurants under one roof. At Happy World House, shoppers can find branded clothing, jewellery, perfumes, and mobile phone accessories.
Bagatelle is one of Mauritius’ leading shopping malls, with 130 shops offering comprehensive retail and lifestyle options, which attract diverse shoppers from all over the island. Bagatelle offers the widest selection of speciality shops in Mauritius, as well as a variety of restaurants, cafés and other dining options.
Flacq is the main village In eastern Mauritius, where visitors will find many stalls and boutiques selling Indian clothing. The Flacq Coeur de Ville features several shops and a spacious food court.