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Twenty metre high bronze statue of the Goddess of Mercy emerging from a lotus floating in the Outer Harbour.
Twenty metre high bronze statue of the Goddess of Mercy emerging from a lotus floating in the Outer Harbour. The statue is connected to land by a 60m footbridge.
The Statue of Kun Iam, Cathedral Parish, Macau
The Sands offers a more open Las Vegas feel along with a smoke-free gaming room, the Pearl Room
At night there are short fountain shows in front of the hotel with music, spraying fountains and the occasional bursts of flame
The Wine Museum and the Grand Prix Museum are both in the same building, north of the center of town
The Lisboa offers an older world Macau feel on its gaming floors, structured in a labyrinth of different clubs and rooms for various levels of play
Built in the 1600s on top of Guia Hill on the eastern part of the peninsula, the fortress's main function was to ward off any attack by China
This was where Sun Yat Sen conducted revolutionary activities and finally chose to settle his family in later years
A classic example of Sino-Portuguese culture
One of the most beautiful avenues in Macau, this tree-lined road arcs around the southern-most tip of the peninsula and is the address of some of the most pretty Portuguese residential buildings in the territory, all of them enjoying an unobstructed view of the Nam Van and Sai Van lakes
The chapel sits atop a steep hill which towers above the southern-most tip of Macau Peninsula
No records of the exact date of construction exist but a solid brick structure was built on this site in 1622 and repaired in 1743