Taipa Village

Attraction Rua dos Clerigos, Taipa, Macau Taipa 999078 Published on: 10-10-2016

3 hours
08:00 AM
11:00 AM
First-time visit
0.00 USD

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  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Taipa Village, with its traditional shophouses and quaint cobbled streets, offers an antidote to the glitz of the neighboring Cotai Strip.

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How to get to Taipa Village?

Taipa Village is easily accessible by public transport or taxi. You can take the bus 22, 26, 33 to get there

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1.0 day
25.63 USD
Total travel distance
Number of places
10 places




Rua dos Clerigos, Taipa, Macau Taipa 999078

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Tips for you

  • Rua do Cunha street is just a short street filled with snack shops selling pork chop buns, portugese egg tarts, and a few shops selling foods that you can buy as souvenirs.
  • Going there in the afternoon til night is the best time to have amazing photos
  • Other attractions nearby include the historic Pak Tai Temple, Taipa House Museum, colonial churches, art galleries and a variety of specialty shops.
    Things nearby
  • Lots of free Wi-Fi in this area,
  • Language could be a problem as many people do not understand English.
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FourSquare View more

It’s a fairly small place but has some great points of interest, some of which such as the Carmel church and Praia Avenue, I have already posted about. The village itself though is a small place fille

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Love this area - you must go and have a wander around day and night. You will only a need few hours and can eat breakfast, lunch and dinner during your culture crawl. It's quite spread out and one could miss some of it just by getting caught up in the rush of the alleys and cobbled stoned streets but give yourself a few hours to explore it all. Especially get off the main strip where many "tourists" jam pack that part - just head off into the smaller streets there's so much to see i.e., cafes, galleries, shops, courtyards and so on. Sunday is crazy busy!

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