How to Explore the Area Around Four Seasons Macao on Foot
Your feet are the best means of transport in Macau. Its size, its character, and its lively streets are all reasons why that is true. While wandering through the alleys of Taipa Village, one could explore the sights of historical architecture as well as enjoy some interesting hotspots. Our Chef Concierge at Four Seasons Hotel Macao has designed a route and beyond that can be done during your stay.
90-minute route starting from Four Seasons Hotel Macao
Taipa Grande Viewing Platform – Taipa Houses – Our Lady of Carmel Church - Yik Long Fireworks Factory – Tin Hau Temple in Taipa – Calçada do Quartel – Pak Tai Temple in Taipa
To start, Taipa Grande Viewing Platform offers a panoramic view overlooking Taipa village and Cotai Strip, while the Taipa Houses located steps away is a museum complex consisting of houses displaying life during the city’s earlier history. Passing through an outdoor garden and up a hill is Our Lady of Carmel Church, a Neoclassical religious structure. Yik Long Fireworks Factory gives a glimpse into Macao’s firecracker industry during its rapid development in the 1920s. On the same street as the factory is the oldest Temple in Taipa, Tin Hau Temple, existed since 1785. For coffee lovers and shopaholics, Calçada do Quartel has some of Macao’s coolest cafés and one-of-a-kind boutiques. Finally, the route ends at Pak Tai Temple, built 160 years ago paying tribute to a deity with divine power to withstand floods and fire.
Whether you are staying for a day or longer, our concierge team is ready to prepare for your visit and experience the lively dynamic lifestyle of Macau, unlike any other destination.
Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip