Be sure to bring an empty stomach to this enclave teeming with local snacks. At first, we were under the impression that pork chop buns are its focal point. Wonders of wonders, my favourite muah chee with fresh fruits takes the icing of the cake.
Reviewed by Clarababae in Mar 2019
Place was good with Portuguese buildings. Nicely decorated. Loads of Portuguese restaurants and other cuisine that taste good too. But the place rather small and my family and I finished the whole place within 30-45mins. Nice experience though
Reviewed by intervisa in Feb 2019
Went there on Christmas, and the lights are beautiful with the flower displays near the old Taipa houses but nothing much to do and see but we went there to try see how it was when Taipa was still a fishing village. There is a very small body of water now which they say used to be part of the sea before the Cotai Strip area was reclaimed.
Reviewed by tsetseflyerer in Jan 2019
It’s a nice place to take your time to stroll, see and smell. Variety of foods from the authentic Macanese cuisine to Portuguese cuisine to the not so local - Thai, Korean and even Japanese restaurants. Various shops selling Macanese tit bits. There was even a lighting show at a temple since it is the lights festival this month.
Reviewed by Julian Chow in Dec 2018