Last updated 2024-02-23
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"Rua do Cunha," also known as "Cunha Street" (Portuguese: Rua do Cunha),is located in the central area of Taipa, Macau. It is approximately 150 meters long and 5 meters wide. The southern end of the street intersects with Rua Direita Carlos Eugénio and Rua Correia da Silva, forming a T-shaped junction. The northern end intersects with Rua do Regedor and the square in front of the Fire Department, also forming a T-shaped junction. Rua do Cunha has become a popular and emerging tourist attraction in Macau, attracting numerous visitors each year. The street is named after the 81st Governor of Macau, Cunha, as a commemoration.
Taipa Village is located in the oldest and best preserved area of Taipa. Formerly home to local fishermen, Taipa Village, with its traditional shophouses and quaint cobbled streets, offers an antidote to the glitz of the neighboring Cotai Strip.
It’s widely believed to be one of the oldest known temples on the island. There’s no way to locate the exact year it was built, but should be no later than 1785. It is because of a historical trace found on the old bell of the temple, upon which the inscription “Made in the 50th year of Emperor Qianlong’s reign (1785)” is crafted.
The Museum of Taipa and Coloane History (Chinese: 路氹歷史館; Portuguese: Museu da História da Taipa e Coloane) is a museum in Taipa, Macau, China.
Vila da Taipa Historical Center Archway is a(n) Landmark from Taipa Island, Macau.
Rua do Cunha is located in the heart of Taipa, Macau. It is approximately 150 meters long and 5 meters wide. It intersects in a T-shape with Rua Direita Carlos Eugénio to the south and Rua Correia da Silva to the west. To the north, it intersects with Rua do Regedor and the square in front of the Fire Station, also forming a T-shape. Rua do Cunha has become one of the emerging and renowned attractions in Macau, attracting countless visitors every year. The street is named after the 81st Governor of Macau, Governor Cunha, as a commemoration of his role in the history of Macau.
The Taipa Houses–Museum (Chinese: 龍環葡韻住宅式博物館; Portuguese: Casas-Museu da Taipa) is housed in a set of old houses in Taipa, Macau, China.The museum complex consists of five houses, of which four display various artefacts and exhibits on life during Macau's colonial era while another serves as an event venue. The houses were built in 1921. These colonial residences were restored to recreate houses of well-off Portuguese families living in Macau during the first half of the 20th century. The last house was restored in 1999. The Taipa Houses–Museum opened on 5 December 1999 and is administered by the Cultural Affairs Bureau.The houses used to look out over the sea, but due to land reclamation of the Cotai area between Taipa and Coloane. This body of water is now a small wetland.
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The Macau Light Rapid Transit is a mass transit system in Macau and is also the first railway system in Macau. The first phase of the project started construction in February 2012, and the first section of the Taipa line was opened to the public on 10 December 2019, followed by the Barra Station Extend Line on 8 December 2023.
The Sociedade de Transportes Colectivos de Macau (TCM) is one of the bus operators in Macau, Transmac being the other. The company began as a ferry operator in the 1950s, and did not enter bus operations until 1974, when a bridge connecting the mainland with Macau and Taipa (Ponte Governador Nobre de Carvalho) was finished.
The Transportes Urbanos de Macau S.A.R.L. (Transmac) is one of the two public bus operators in Macau, China, along with TCM). It began service in 1988, taking over the service provided by its predecessor "Fok Lei Autocarro S.A.".
The Guia Hill Cable Car is an aerial gondola lift system at Guia Hill, Macau peninsula, Macau, China. The system connects Jardim da Flora with Parque Municipal da Colina da Guia. It opened in 1997 and has nine cars (each holding four passengers). Visitors can gain a bird's-eye view of the garden and a panoramic perspective of the city. The ride takes 80 seconds.
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