The quaint and calm Taipa Village resided by a peaceful community is renowned for its picturesque markets and narrow streets. The village is dotted with several Portuguese style offices, colonial villas and ancient temples. While walking along the streets of the village, you'll come across street vendors selling handicrafts and consumer goods, old fashioned street lamps and flower baskets hanging from the roofs and balconies of houses.
Food Street, also known as Rua da Cunhna is dotted with some of the best restaurants serving traditional Macanese, Italian and Cantonese cuisine. Carmel church and Praia Avenue followed by Feira Da Carmo are some great points of interest. The local Pak Tai Temple and another temple dedicated to Tin Hau are also worth visiting. There are several casinos located nearby including the Macau Jockey Club that attracts gamblers from around the World.