Macau Attractions Guide
Macau tourist attractions
Ruins of St Paul’s
St Paul Church was originally built in 17th century. The Church was ruined by a fire in 1835. What remains till today, is only the foreground of the Church.
Senado Square has been Macau’s metropolitan heart for centuries. The square is paved with a wave-patterned mosaic colored stones, created by the Portugues, and encircled by beautiful pastel coloured neo-classical buildings.
A Ma Temple
The A Ma Temple was built during the Ming Dynasty, to commemorate Mazu - The sea goddess.
Macau Tower is 338 meter in height and offers tourists a outstanding panoramic scenery all over Macao, and much of the Pearl River Delta.
Guia Fortress was originally planned to protect Macau from assaults from the sea, but because of its position - overlooking the entire city, its main purpose was a lookout stand.
Venetian & Parisian Macao
Venetian Macau is one of the world largest casino & hotel resort, consist with 3,000 rooms and more than 350 international shops.
Rua do Cunha
Rua do Cunha is a narrow pedestrian route, offering a diversity of luscious local food.
Travessa da Paixão
Also known as Love Lane with a history of 80 years. The buildings are artfully colored, making it a pretty photo taking spots among tourists.
Kun Iam Ecumenical Centre
Statue dedicated to Goddess of Mercy. It is 20 meters tall and produced from distinctive kind of bronze. The dome shape base like a lotus flower, is an ecumenical centre where knowledge is available on Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism.
St Dominic Church
Founded in 1587 by three Dominican priests. The bell tower, at the back of the Church is converted into a small Museum of Holy Art collection of around 300 artifacts.
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