The historical part of Taipa is best preserved in this village in the south of the island. With a tidy sprawl of traditional Chinese...
Macau has some interesting Chinese temples dedicated to important but lesser-worshipped deities. There’s no better symbol of Macau’s...
Pak Tai Temple
Pak Tai Temple sits quietly in a breezy square framed by old trees. It is dedicated to a martial deity – the Taoist God (Tai) of the...
Old Taipa Tavern
A location near the Pak Tai Temple makes laid-back OTT a sublime spot to watch the comings and goings in the centre of Taipa village.
Tai Lei Loi
South China's most famous pork-chop bun is made here – a shop founded in 1960 as a street stall by the mother of the current owner....
Lonely Planet review
You can easily recognise this place by the picture of a red-combed galo (rooster) above the door. The food is adequate and the service flawless.