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About The Visit of Chinese Tien Tan Pagoda

Amidst the bustling streets of Port-Louis and its attractions, lies a gem steeped in history and tranquillity – the Chinese Tien Tan Pagoda, nestled at the base of Signal Mountain.

As you approach, the striking red staircase against the backdrop of lush greenery is a sight to behold. It's a scene straight out of a postcard, inviting you to capture its beauty for eternity. And yet, the true essence of Tien Tan Pagoda lies within.

Step inside, and you'll discover a world of serenity and spirituality. The air is filled with the scent of incense, and the soft glow of lanterns illuminates intricate sculptures and ornate decorations.

Take a moment to soak in the atmosphere, and appreciate the centuries-old traditions that continue to thrive in this sacred space.

But Tien Tan Pagoda is more than just a monument – it's a gateway to understanding the rich tapestry of cultures that make up Port Louis. Explore the nearby streets and discover a colourful tapestry of Chinese heritage.

Traditional shops line the alleyways, offering a glimpse into daily life and ancient customs. From quaint grocery stores to historic buildings, each corner tells a story of resilience and adaptation.


Step into Tien Tan Pagoda, a place full of history in busy Port Louis. It was built in the 1960s and had colourful walls and beautiful designs. While you're there, enjoy the calm feeling and learn about the different religions and cultures in the city.

Good To Know

  • Mauritius has 11 Chinese pagodas, all located in Port Louis.
  • In pagodas, offerings like fruit, cakes, and flowers are placed on altars as a sign of respect for the deities.
  • When visiting religious places, you’re kindly requested to show due respect by adhering to any onsite signs or instructions and dressing modestly.
  • Remember to keep quiet and avoid making loud noises while you're inside. It helps maintain a peaceful atmosphere and shows respect for the pagoda's religious customs.

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