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Area and people are nice. All shops provided the samples for tasting before you are buying their meats or anything. Next to this area had many restaurants and ice cream/beverage stop so you can have your lunch there as well.
Reviewed by Frank H in July 2017
This area of Macau is a thriving neighbourhood full of restaurants, pastry shops, gift outlets, boutiques and other establishments. Makes for a pleasant stroll once you arrive. Explore the side streets to discover new sights. We ate at the Chiangrai Restaurant run by a middle-aged Thai woman and her Thai crew. Lovely and authentic Thai cuisine - no wonder it was crowded! Will go back!
Reviewed by pkfong in June 2017
This part of the former Portuguese colony is an embodiment of new and old worlds coexisting in their bare forms - few century-old temples and colonial buildings with sparkling new casinos in the backdrop. You will enjoy strolling around this area.
Reviewed by nuboy in June 2017