A walk through the old heart of Macau – A city of unimaginable contrasts and energy

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A trip to Macau is not complete without visiting the old Taipa Village. Located in the cultural district on the island of Tapia, Tapia Village is a unique fusion of Macau’s culture and traditions. Here are some traditional restaurants that you should visit.


Rooftop Macau

Head over to a cozy, warm, sweet and stylish coffee boutique in Macau! Stylish furniture, homeware, and stationery of this place will certainly capture your attention. Don’t forget to have a warm cup of coffee while feasting your eyes on the beautiful scenery of the Taipa Village at its rooftop terrace!

Taipa Village Art Space

This is undoubtedly one of the most instagrammable streets in Macau. It showcases the artistic side of this fascinating village. The space features many works of art of different artists, both local and foreign and many workshops are conducted annually. If you are staying at a hotel in Macau the likes of Hotel Okura Macau, you should definitely visit this place.


A meal can be better when there is love and care! Established in 2007, this restaurant comprises a wide array of authentic Portuguese delicacies with a modern twist. This popular restaurant is complemented by inviting atmosphere, warm décor and splendid service making it an amazing dining venue for leisure travellers like you.

Rua do Cunha

Also known as Macau’s ‘food street’, Rua do Cunha is located in the heart of the Taipa Village. Staying true to its name, it comprises hawkers peddling Macanese favourites, many restaurants, snack shops, and Chinese dishes.

Fritzjames Stephen is a travel writer, who writes content based on the myriad of experiences and indulgences that the world has to offer travellers across all walks of life. Google+

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