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Taipa was one of the islands in China's Special Administrative Region of Macau. As an island, Taipa was situated between Macau Peninsular and Coloane island but is now joined with Coloane by the Cotai Strip which was reclaimed from the sea. It is still separated from the Macau Peninsula by a branch of the Pearl River, although three bridges provide road links. Taipa used to be rural but massive development towards the end of the 20th century has seen the island transformed into an alternative city to the Peninsula. It boast many hotels, casinos, shopping malls and is home to the Macau Jockey Club racecourse. The Macau International Airport is built on reclaimed land off the north-eastern end of Taipa. (less...) (more...)

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  • Museum of Taipa and Coloane History, Rua Correia da Silva, Taipa - Contains detailed and informative displays of the two islands. Entry is M$5 and is open 10am to 6pm every day except Monday.
  • Taipa Houses Museum - Made up of a row of colonial houses from the early 20th century. They have been restored and preserved inside showing the style of living of the original owners.
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  • Crown Macau +853-8038000, fax: +853-28839800. Intersection of Avenida Dr. Sun Yat Sen and Avenida de Kwong Tung.
  • Macau Jockey Club +853-28832265. 142 Estrada Governador Albano de Oliveira.
  • Casino Taipa +853-28831537. Regency Hotel, 2 Estrada Almirante Marques Esparteiro.
  • New Century +853-28836011. Avenida Padre Tomas Pereira, No. 889, Taipa.


The two Taipa Hills are suitable for hiking and cycling. The larger hill, on the east side of the island right next to the airport, has several unpaved hiking trails that can also be used for mountain-biking. The smaller hill, on the west side of the island, has a low-traffic paved road circling it which is suitable for cycling and running. For those without their own bicycles, there are (very mediocre, at best) bicycles for rent in Rua Governador Tamagnini Barbosa in Taipa village, just behind the bus stop.


  • Dumbo Restaurant, Taipa Village, Idha da Taipa, Macau (Entrance of the Taipa Village),  (853)827-888. 12pm-11pm. Dumbo Restaurant serves Macau style Portuguese food that is famous in Macau. From curry crab, fried eel, steak grilled with onion, pork cutlet cooked in tomato sauce. less the US$10.


  • Irish Bar, Av. De Kwong Tung no. 116C-D G/F, Taipa,  +85328820708. 6.00pm-3.00am. This is the place to head for a true Irish tavern experience – the bar is dark, service friendly, booths cozy, and it has one of Macau’s best ranges of draught beer.
  • The Monkey Bar Lounge and Nightclub, 1st Floor, Grand Waldo Casino,  +853 2888 6833. 6 PM-5 AM. Laid back late-night joint with no dress code. Live music ranging from rock to pop and hiphop. Free champagne for ladies on Thursdays.

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