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If you want to escape the maddening casino scene for a more serene setting that Taipa offers a glimpse to the past. Architecture from a bygone era, numerous restaurants, one almost steps back into a colonial past. Enjoy the stroll, meals, tastes and history.
Reviewed by Globaltrotter74 in May 2017
This is easily the best thing on the Cotai side of macau. go walk around the gardens and eat at one of the cafes on the narrow streets. It's free and only a short walk from your huge casino hotels with flashing yellow and purple lights.
Reviewed by Arkay_Y in Apr 2017
Small area laced with many food options and historical buildings. Popular bakeries like Koi Kei (2 branches), Fong Kei and food like Tai Lei Loi Kei (Pork Burger), Mok Yi Kei (Sawdust Pudding), Seng Cheong Restaurant (Crab Congee) all located within short walking distance, very convenient!
Reviewed by OnAJoliday in Apr 2017