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“A must do in Macau”

Taipa Village Macau
Ranked #19 of 260 things to do in Macau
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 3 August 2017 via mobile

One of our first stops in Macau. It sure is a breath of fresh air from all the glitz and glamour of casinos and over air conditioned malls. We loved wandering the streets and tasting the treats. The best Nike factory store is hidden in one of these streets too. Get your comfy shoes on and just stroll about!

1  Thank Roz D
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Reviewed 3 August 2017 via mobile

This area is delightful and is perfect for a leisurely stroll. You can wander through the streets looking at the beautiful, pastel colonial buildings and quirky stores.

The Taipa Houses Museum is also worth a visit. It is filled with interesting information and re-creations of times gone by. The history of this area and the origins and development of Macau are well documented and fascinating.

You simply cannot say you have been to Macau if you haven't been to the Taipa neighbourhood. This area is completely different to the mainland section - another world completely, which is just delightful.

Stop at Lord Stow's bakery for pasteis de nata and try an egg pudding and other local delights at one of the little restaurants. You will not be disappointed with the treasures that you find around every corner.

1  Thank Susan S
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Reviewed 19 July 2017

This place is more about food than history. Run Do Cunha is all about food not history. We went especially to go to the Taipa Flea Market which apparently is no longer working. It's wort a trip if you have nothing else to do.

Thank Nadia M
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Reviewed 18 July 2017

Area and people are nice. All shops provided the samples for tasting before you are buying their meats or anything. Next to this area had many restaurants and ice cream/beverage stop so you can have your lunch there as well.

1  Thank Frank H
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Reviewed 13 July 2017

Rather than fooling around in casino / mall, drifting inside this small neighborhood mimics a time travel of Macau.
Though in these few years more traditional shops replaced by food outlets (all claim themselves specialised in Portagal cuisine / Macau snacks ) but u can still find some old fashioned ones.
The temples inside also worth seeing.

Thank HungaryDino
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