Carmel Garden

Carmel Garden, Macau: Address, Phone Number, Carmel Garden Reviews: 4/5

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Macau, China2,248 contributions
Nice open garden in Taipa Village
Nov 2018 • Solo
Carmel Garden is a nice patch of green space in Taipa just above the Taipa Houses Museum. This is a nice garden to take a brief rest after a couple hours of sightseeing back in the village just a few minutes away.

Here you will find a nicely canopied seating area, impressive landscaping and flower beds as well as a statue of Portuguese poet, Luis Camoes situated upon a small hill in the middle of the garden. From here, there are nice views of the Cotai Strip and the Lady of Carmel church back towards Taipa Village.
Written March 29, 2019
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China139,004 contributions
Interesting monument to Luis Camoes at Carmel Garden
Dec 2017 • Couples
We spent some time in Tai Pa Village this weekend and made a stop at Carmel Garden just above the Taipa Houses Museum and Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church. This is a small garden and public space which has recently been given a fresh coat of paint and landscaping work. As such, the park looks quite nice at the moment.

Another feature of Carmel Garden that we like is the small hilltop and statue of the famous Portuguese poet, Luis Camoes, which is a feature of this little park and something interesting to see for those who enjoy seeing statues and monuments during your travels. This is more interesting than the bust of Camoes which you can find at the large garden and grotto by the same name back on the Macau Peninsula.
Written December 31, 2017
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China139,004 contributions
A quick stop if visiting Taipa Village
Jun 2015 • Couples
Carmel Garden is a small public space located at the eastern part of Taipa Village just above the Taipa Houses Museum, lake and nature area. It is not a priority park or garden to visit but a fair place to rest and pass a bit of time if you are visiting Taipa or making your way to/from the Venetian and other Cotai Strip resorts.

I enjoy stops here on cool winter days and during Chinese New Year when flowers and decorations have been added to the park. Here you can also find a canopied area covered with vines, atop a few park benches. There is also a small hill top with a statue of Portuguese poet, Luis Camoes, the same historic figure for which a larger park and grotto is named back on the Macau Peninsula.

The views from the hilltop are nice. From this position you have a good view of Our Lady of Carmel church, the museum, lake and the Cotai Strip resorts and construction in the distance.

In the end, just a quick stop here will do. Not a park or garden worth targeting, just have a quick look-see if you are in the area and then be on your way to other sightseeing endeavours.
Written June 22, 2015
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Khushbu9
Mumbai, India78 contributions
beautiful.
Feb 2015 • Couples
the garden was very colorful and nice. had a lot of different types of flowers. a very picturesque place. we clicked a lot of pictures.
Written April 23, 2015
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China139,004 contributions
Tiny, nicely designed and landscaped city park in Taipa next to Our Lady of Carmel Church
Aug 2011 • Couples
We stopped at the Carmel Garden (city park) for a few moments to rest our feet during a morning in Taipa, last summer. It is a nicely designed place, more of a city park instead of a Garden by Macau Standards.

There were some park benches for visitors to have a seat, before/after visiting the Taipa House Museum. Like the streets of Taipa village in this area, the little park was nicely cared for. We like the little gazebo, and the windy little footpath in the middle. Lots of flowers here, making this a nice relaxing place to have a rest.

Overall, Carmel Garden is cute but not an important attraction for visitation in Macau. If you are planning to visit the Taipa Houses Museum and/or Our Lady of Carmel Church, its in that very vicinity so you can pop in and have a look. Overwise, there are more important, interesting and much larger traditional gardens to visit in Macau.
Written January 29, 2012
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