Probably because I'm not a gambling fan and dislike the casino vibe but still had to visit Macau. Narrow alleys, a bustling crowd nibbling on the multiple street food options, plus a tiny remnant of the wetlands, a nice walking trail at the nearby park... and even a couple of casinos if you feel you miss them on this side of the bridge.
Reviewed by Ch4muy0 in Feb 2020
Location is very good just opposite of Galaxy. Many restaurants and shops there. Selection of local eateries such as snacks, irresistible cakes and pastries, and light bites. Famous Lord Stow’s egg tart is also here. Lighting shows in night time. If you want a break of GRAND things in big casinos, come strolling in Taipa Village to feel good old charm.
Reviewed by thitsar in Jan 2020
Enjoyed the scenic old Taipa village and get to taste most of street foods that one crave for in the village. Like the original egg tart at Lord's. There's a Michelin pastry outlet opposite tarts shop. Do check out Church of our Lady on top of a scenic hill & take the steps way back to Centre Point of Taipa village. Y
Reviewed by Joseph L in Dec 2019