Your essential guide to Macau
By Megan C Hills
August 4, 2023
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Do as the locals do
Pamela Chan, Managing Director of Taipa Village, shares three of her favourite addresses.
ORA Coffee Tap Seac
“I’m a regular at the cosy ORA Coffee Tap Seac in central Macau. As a coffee enthusiast, I head there at the weekend for a freshly made pour over and a chat with the barista, who’s always happy to share his know-how.”
“Taipa Village has to be one of my top picks. It’s a place of huge cultural significance that’s dotted with heritage sites, from the 18th-century fishermen’s temple to the old firecracker factory. It’s also a hub for dining, shopping and the arts, and takes at least half a day to explore.”
“For a present for friends – or myself – I love O Moon, which specialises in locally designed accessories and gifts. Look out for pieces inspired by Macau’s iconic azulejos (blue and white Portuguese-style tiles), found across the city.”
Find time to unwind
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