Just an island away, not far from the concrete canyons and bustle of downtown, lies the charming hamlet known as Taipa Village. This locale is very popular with tourists and allows for visitors to see the Portuguese influence Macau is known for, which is apparent on every block, as this area was settled by Portuguese families over a century ago. From a high perch on a cliff, Out Lady of Carmel Church rises over the coastline - or the remainder of that coastline which has been reclaimed by the oceans by the natural process of silting. The main street is a narrow pathway known as Rua do Cunha and its famous for its local delicacies such as almond cakes, phoenix -egg rolls and peanut candies.
It should be Guanye Street and its surrounding area. There are Portuguese architecture, gardens, churches and, of course, all kinds of gourmet letters from Guanye Street. Here you can see the taste of life of Macao people. When you have time, you can walk slowly here to buy, eat and eat.
Yuanzai Village, Macao's most famous old urban area, is also part of the Longhuan Portuguese Rhyme Scenic Area, including the well-known Guanye Street Heights, many old Portuguese buildings and many historical buildings protected by the Macao Government.
The streets in Tai Tsai are cleaner and quieter than those in the Macao Peninsula. They are suitable for leisurely and casual strolls. There are many delicacies in it. It's a short but distinctive street. Starting from the Venetian back door, there is an escalator next to it. After passing the escalator, there is a long elevator corridor. Then it goes up to the left side, past the Portuguese Museum and down a staircase. There are famous Moyiji ice-cream (recommended durian flavor), crab porridge and so on. Send a postcard to Guanye Ruins. Sometimes there are small stalls selling all kinds of jewelry!
It's a very quiet small village, and it's very close to the city. It should be within the scope of the city, and the prices of the things around it are relatively cheaper. Locals are also enthusiastic.
Native villages full of graffiti and breath of life, of course, have been occupied by many shops.
This place is also very close to Guanye Street. There are many Macau specialties on this street, also known as Handmail Street, which is preserved meat. Many shops can enjoy it for free. It's delicious. You can see the architecture of Macau, or it's very suitable for you to play. After you go, you can go to Venice.
This place is not very busy, anyway, we are small, old streets are all like this? Two or three hundred years of history, there is a way of blending Chinese and Western cultures. After all, he has been ruled by Portugal for so many years because of his own characteristics.
It belongs to the old streets of Macau. There are many delicious foods and more local people go there.
This is a very beautiful area. The house here has many lovely graffiti, which is very interesting and closely related to the life of Hong Kong people. It's also interesting. Many things are here, such as Mazu Temple.
Macao's streets are still very distinctive, although small, but full of market life, small streets, dense shops on both sides and fragrance. It's worth visiting.