Church of Our Lady of Carmel
The pastel-coloured villas (c 1921) here were the summer residences of wealthy Macanese. House of the Regions of Portugal showcases...
The historical part of Taipa is best preserved in this village in the south of the island. With a tidy sprawl of traditional Chinese...
This inviting cafe makes decent coffee and refreshing fruit tea (MOP$22 to MOP$40), as well as chunky waffle sandwiches (from MOP$50)....
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....
Rue da Restauração · interesting places nearby
Church of Our Lady of Carmel information
Built in 1885, this pretty church stands on a hill overlooking the harbour, scenic Taipa village and the pastel-coloured Taipa Houses-Museum.