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Entertainment & Nightlife in Mauritius
 
 
 

Resort hotels in Mauritius have bars, bands and dancing at least once a week. A few movie theatres show French-language films, but rarely in English. ABC Movie Theatres in Rose Hill and at Le Caudan in Port Louis offer good-quality films in a spacious and air-conditioned room. The Plaza Theatre in Rose Hill and the Mahatma Gandhi Institute in Moka have occasional cultural performances.

Port Louis has mainly restaurants and bars. Rivière Noire is a Creole fishermen’s district where sega dancing is especially lively on Saturday nights. Sega troupes give performances at most hotels. Gamblers are lavishly catered for; casinos are among the island’s attractions.

Grand Baie is the centre of the island’s nightlife, with bars with live music, restaurants and nightclubs. On the main road of Grand Baie, the ever-lasting Zanzibar Club (refurbished with a new management), keeps atop the ratings for places where the very young to the "not-that-young-any-more" feel at home in a lively environment.

In the same yard near the filling station is the well-known Banana open-air bar, very popular among the expatriates, with their regular live performances. The Banana has been re-opened after renovation in July 2009. Also in Grand Baie is Takamaka; a bar/lounge located on the coastal road leading to Pereybere.

In the heart of Pereybere, Julie's Club is currently the best karaoke club in the north.

The region of Flic-en-Flac on the West coast is the other region that has been improving a great lot in terms of night-life. Flic-en-Flac is somehow more fun than its rival Grand Baie as being closer to the major residential cities of Mauritius, it is the place to be part of a real mix of Mauritians. Several restaurants and late-night addresses are found along the coastal road opposite the public beach. The fact that they are all at walking distance to each other, makes Flic-en-Flac a lively place to be as more people walk along the main road from one place to another.

 

 
 

 



 


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