Taipa village is small but has lovely old streets, including Rua da Cunha plus some restored Portuguese buildings housing art galleries and a former grandees home next to a city centre lake-cum-marsh. A welcome contrast to the brashness of the nearby casinos. We didn't try any restaurant but it looks like a good area for a laid back Portuguese lunch.
Reviewed by Synthomer in Sept 2019
Macau can be overwhelming with its mega hotels and mega shopping malls. A short walk from Cotai leads to Taipa Village where shophouses, restaurants and residences line the narrow lanes and walkways. The twists and turns along the lanes reveal interesting and quaint restaurants, cafes and bars. Pace of life in Taipa is slower and more leisurely than the frenzy of activities, noise and crowds in Cotai.
Reviewed by JeffLeong in July 2019
Lots of small shops, restaurants, bars and even a temple. Explore and let shop keepers offer you samples of local foods, or enjoy eating in a small local restaurant, or relax in a small bar with live music!
Reviewed by MrMarkMrMark in July 2019
Reviewed by SheilaYong in July 2019