• Kun Iam Ecumenical Trung tâm
    Travel to China--Located on the Outer Harbour, this statue, dedicated to Goddess of Kun Iam (Goddess of Mercy) is 20 meters tall and made of special bronze. The dome shape base like a lotus flower, is an ecumenical centre where information is available on Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism.Souvenirs ...
  • Kun Iam Tong
    This Buddhist temple dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy was founded in the 13th century and the present buildings date from 1627. It is one of the biggest and wealthiest of Macau's temples with a huge entrance gate and roofs clustered with porcelain figures.
  • Làng văn hóa A-Ma
    Close to the world's tallest statue of the goddess A-Ma (or named Tin Hau) on the mountaintop on Macau's Coloane Island, A-Ma Cultural Village is a 7,000-sq. m. cultural complex which celebrates the legend of the Goddess of Seafarers.
  • POU Tai liên hiệp quốc
    Pou Tai Un on Taipa Island is one of the best-endowed and most picturesque temples in Macau. It was founded in the 19th century by Buddhist monks and the original prayers hall contains images of the three Precious Buddhas.
  • Lou Kau Mansion
    Built in 1889, during the Qing dynasty, Lou Kau Mansion (卢家大屋) in Travessa da Se No.7, an alley off Senado Square was the former residence of the Lou Kau family until 1910.
  • Camões Sân vườn
    Camoes Garden and Grotto, or just Camoes Garden as well, is one of Macau's oldest parks. The park is also Macau's largest, covering an area of nearly 20,000 square meters (about 24,000 square yards). Camoes Garden was originally the house of a Portuguese merchant who enjoyed raising pigeons. His ...
  • Nam Van Lake Fountain
    Spectacular shows of cascading water and light can be seen on Nam Van Lake opposite the Headquarters of the Government of Macau SAR. The fountain, constructed by a Portuguese- Spanish company, was moved from the Reservoir to this new site since March 1999. It is equipped with 86 spouts and lit by 28...
  • Casa vườn
    This house was built in 1770 and was originally the residence of a wealthy Portuguese merchant, Manuel Pereira. At a later period it was rented out to the East India Company to serve as the company’s headquarters in Macao, housing several of the company’s high-ranking officials. Nowadays the prope...
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