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Plenty to see and eat in Taipa Village which had just as much culture with the fraction of the crowd in the Senado Square area in the Macau Peninsula. The pastel colored Taipa houses were picturesque and handful of them were open to visitors and free of charge including the Macanese Living Museum.
Reviewed by thelonious22 in May 2018
This was a quaint little place,just behind the hustle and bustle of the strip. There was a Stows bakery for Portuguese egg tart, tasted the best of any we tried, and the other usual eateries. There seemed to be more international restaurants. It was a nice walk to the Church and the restored Portuguese houses. These were once houses of civil servants of the government
Reviewed by Ammu610 in Mar 2018
Taipa Village had lots of old buildings with a historic feel and good to slowly walk around to get to know the place. It's most famous street Rue de Cunha or Food Street is a short narrow pedestrian street packed with Macau goodies and food outlets. The very famous Lord Stow' s Portuguese Egg tarts ate the best in the world. Try the beef tripes outlet too. Famous pastry shops selling local famous Macau passtiaeres and souvenirs are available. A very good place to visit this old charming area.()
Reviewed by Khay Eng C in Feb 2018