Statue of the goddess of the sea, I think it's Macao's patron. It's a little out of the way and it's visible from the taxi.
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This lovely statue is one of those places you normally drive past in a taxi, but don't stop to see. It is within walking distance of the excellent Harborview Hotel and is really worth it. It is free and the surrounding park area is very...More
The adjoining park is a great place to unwind and get away from the hustle and bustle of the casinos. You can use the free wi-fi and the park has many benches and is covered by trees. Very relaxing.
Just pass by while on the way to hotel, it seems nice, spend half day at the late afternoon to visit. the Kun Lam Statue is quite and nice area with view of the ocean/river it's lovely to walk the waterfront to Wynn /MGM /...More
I always see this statue and I've never visited until recently. I went with my family and learned the history of the statue and saw the many steps they took to make it. It is a beautiful spot and be sure to get a photo...More
Easy to get to with easy access. We found no crowds and were able to take many photos. You can access via a quick cab ride from the high speed ferry terminal.
The statue is a lovely symbol, great views to Taipa island from the site. Inside has a museum (free entry in) with info but is a small space, has a library to the end. Short walk from Art Museum
This place is very peaceful place, just put your hands together and pray sincerely to Kun Iam Statue for blessing. I enjoyed the view and cozy air while hanging around that place.
This statue is unique in the world as it is the only female buddha in the world. It towers almost 190 feet above the bay, close to the Macua smaller casinos (MGM, Sands). Our driver told us that the Portuguese wanted to leave behind a...More