Mauritian culture is a detailed, delicate tapestry woven with the threads of many different cultures including Creoles, Hindus, Tamils, Marathi, Muslims, Chinese and more. This provides abundant opportunities for cultural exploration. Le Morne Village is a mouthpiece for the oral history of slavery on the island. The buildings of Aapravasi Ghat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, mark the site where the modern indentured labour diaspora began. The Natural History Museum is an important place to visit to gain an understanding of the island. Local events and festivals give a fascinating insight into the pervading culture and traditions.