Along the way up, you’ll see many colonial houses painted in hues of yellow, blue, and green that tell you old stories of this neighbourhood – cultural home of Macanese. These beautiful two-storey buildings scatter throughout this vicinity. Formerly known as the General Electric Bureau of the Island, Carmo Hall was once the only public power plant to generate electricity for residents in Taipa. In 2007, it was converted to a multi-functional activity centre where cultural performances, recreational events, key-theme talks now occur on a regular basis.
Avenida de Carlos da Maia, Taipa