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Rua do Abreu Nunes

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Lets Go To Macau! 🇲🇴 wrote a review Apr 2019
Macau, China2,248 contributions401 helpful votes
Rua do Abreu Nunes is a one-way street in the St. Lazarus District that goes southwest to northeast and ends at Tap Seac Square. It is like most streets in the area and offers little in the form of sightseeing value to visitors. What you will find here are a handful of Thai restaurants, other commercial buildings and one of Macau's very best coffee shops called Single Origin, a place locals go for serious coffee.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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BradJill wrote a review Sep 2014
Hong Kong, China131,709 contributions23,519 helpful votes
Rua do Abreu is a short street only a few blocks long, located in the St. Lazarus Parish (district). It is a typical small street with local residential and commercial buildings. You can find Rua do Abreu Nunes just southeast of the major avenue called Rua do Campo, near the Vasco da Gama Garden (city park). There is a nice coffee shop called Single Origin espresso bar here but few other reasons to target this street if you are seeking to spend time in St. Lazarus district. If you decide to visit the St. Lazarus Parish, we suggest concentrating your time and efforts on the other side or Rua do Campo, where there are more interesting things to see, like the Chui Lok Chi Mansion, St. Lazarus Church and Albergue SCM building amongst other minor attractions.
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Date of experience: August 2014
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