Guanye Street, or Rua da Cunha, is a famous street in Macau. This Taipa Village area is filled with restaurants, dessert shops and calligraphy shops, making it one of Macau’s most famous attractions. The tiny street is only about 115 meters long, but is home to old-fashioned cake shops like Koi Kei Bakery, Choi Heong Yuen Bakery and Huangji Cake Shop, where tourists can buy specialty almond cookies, poinciana cookies, chicken cakes and more delicious snacks. Aside from bakeries, there are also a wide variety of restaurants available on Rua da Cunha. The crab porridge at Chengchang Hotel and the ice cream at Mo Yi Ji are particularly worth trying. The street is also frequented by celebrities from Hong Kong and Macau.
Escada Do Coxo
R. do Regedor
Inn hotel Macau
Pastelaria Yeng Kee（Rua do Cunha）
There are eight unmissable treats on Cunha Street: Sei Kee Cafe's clay pot coffee, Huangzhiji's shrimps with boiled noodles, Wangji Coffee's pork chop bun and curry fish balls, Hengyou's curry fish balls, Cheung Chau Pingji's mango glutinous rice balls, Gelatina Musang Mok Yi Kei's durian ice cream, Andrew's tart, and Wenji's taro sweetheart pastry.
If you don't want to be a coach potato in the hotel, Cunha Street is one of Taipa's best attractions. This street, which is over a hundred meters long, is home to several century-old shops. I strongly recommend visiting Gelatina Mok Yi Kei. The Taipa Houses-Museum and the Our Lady of Carmel Church are also a short distance away. The Rainbow Street is a great spot for photos.
Cunha Street is 121m long and named after the 81st governor of Macau. This a major block in the old city of Taipa. At one end of the street is Café Vong Kei, and at the other is Carmo market and its annexe. Come here to get your hands on a wide range of souvenirs and delicacies!
Teach you how to eat the most authentic Portuguese cuisine in Macau!
Macau sequel to the store
want to eat the most authentic Portuguese cuisine:
1 First you have to have a Macau friend
2Macau friends are a foodie
When we still want to eat something at night, Macau friend JJ took
we went to a Portuguese restaurant not far from Guanye Street
with a bunch of questions to ask the chef, the original This shop is to do Portuguese Macao natives N home mixed dishes, the local chef, the chef is very nice, we asked questions and he answered with patience.
This store is a bit special, not the same as the previous store
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