Mahe is the principal and most magnificent island with spectacular beaches like Anse a la Mouche, Anse Boileau Beach, Anse Royale, Beau Vallon, Port Launay and much more. The landmark, cast-iron Victoria Clock tower which is present in the center of Victoria is a duplicate of a clock near London’s Victoria Station. The eccentric Sir Selwyn Clarke Market supplies souvenirs like shark teeth, shells, artworks, aromatic spices, oils, fresh fish, poultry, fruit and fresh vegetables as well. The enormous Indian population is blessed with the “Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar Temple” which is established at the core of the city. Bicentennial Monument referred in Creole as the Moniman trwa lezel is a three-winged monument representing the origin of people of Seychelles that is African, European, and Asian. Morne Seychellois is Mahe’s Tallest peak present at the Morne Seychellois National Park.