Ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral
Built in the 17th century by the Portuguese, the St. Paul’s Cathedral symbolizes the beautiful Portuguese architecture that is still reminiscent in Macau. The cathedral was ruined by fire in 1835, what remains is a majestic façade. It is listed in the world heritage sites by UNESCO.
The Macau tower is one of the most iconic attractions in Macau. It accentuates the Macau skyline and also gives visitors a chance to practice various adventurous activities like Bungee jumping, Skywalking, wall climbing, etc. You could also take a breathtaking view from the observation deck of the Macau Tower.
The Senado Square is a beautiful symbol of the Portuguese culture with that of Macau. This square is a place where various festivals are celebrated. One of the most iconic things about it is the wave-pattern flooring made by the Portuguese. It gives you the perfect taste of Macau.
A Ma temple
Macau gets its name from the goddess of the Seafarers i.e. A-Ma-Gau. The temple has stories from the past, but it adds to the cultural heritage of Macau. It is a part of the historic centers of Macau as listed by UNESCO and it’s a must visit.
The fishermen’s Wharf is a rare theme park where you will get a hint of culture. Apart from being a theme park, Fishermen’s Wharf also gives you an opportunity to shop, dine and also hosts various shows and exhibitions. It’s a place to be!
Kun Iam Statue
The Kun Iam Statue is 20 meter tall figure of Goddess of Mercy. It is built on a 7 meter tall Lotus. It symbolizes the Buddhist religion which widely practiced in this part of the world. The Lotus acts as an Ecumenical centre; where in knowledge about Buddhism is imparted.
Taipa village is an experience in itself. You could almost do everything that you can do in Macau but on a smaller scale. The major attractions in Taipa are the Four Faced Buddhist Shrine, the Taipa House Museum, the Museum of Taipa and Coloane and many more.
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