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Address: Avenida de Amizade, Macau, China
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Near the Sands Hotel, there is time to go shopping about. Walk to Lotus Square from the Gran Prix Museum for some photo ops. Great at night

3 of 5 bubblesReviewed 3 weeks ago
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Mumbai (Bombay), India
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Near the Sands Hotel, there is time to go shopping about. Walk to Lotus Square from the Gran Prix Museum for some photo ops. Great at night

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Brussels, Belgium
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 10 December 2016

It's a Lotus statue given by China to Macau. It's a stop point for many tourists so it's always busy there, difficult (not to say impossible) to take a picture without anyone on it. Nice to see but nothing special to say about it.

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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 22 April 2016

I can’t remember how many times I have been to Lotus Square. It’s actually a square where a huge golden lotus statue is located in the middle of the square. Lotus Square is one of the famous landmarks and tourists attraction in Macau. In order to celebrate the return of Macau to mainland China, Chinese government gave a statue in... More 

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Thank Xu J
Macau, China
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 19 April 2016

The Lotus Square is a square set for celebrating the Macau returns to China in 1999, and it is the most famous and typical plots of Macau. The Lotus Square has a huge and golden lotus statue has a special meaning because the lotus is the city flower of Macau. The lotus statue is given by the central government of... More 

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Thank wwwinnie61399
Shenzhen, China
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2 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 24 February 2016 via mobile

This is just a lotus structure statue that was given by china to Macau. No other explanation is there. Nothing else to see other than this. Take a quick photo and move on. Located by thr F1 museum and wine museum.

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Singapore, Singapore
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2 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 27 January 2016

As our tour guide tells, the lotus flower in full bloom symbolizes the everlasting prosperity of Macau. So that's why they have it there. Other than that, there's really no explanation on the history or structure whatsoever so we just take a snap and continue. Directly adjacent to Wine Museum and Grand Prix Museum.

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Thank AGMB5
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 19 October 2015

Although it doesn't really tell explicitly, this structure symbolizes the lands sovereignty, richness in culture, history and material resources. It symbolizes its power and prowess too.

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Manila, Philippines
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 13 August 2015

The park is rather plain, with the Lotus monument the only significant object of interest. This might have been the intent of those who designed the park to give importance to what the monument symbolizes- the return of Macau to sovereign China in 1999 after years of being a Portuguese territory. Others call the monument the Lotus Flower in Full... More 

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Singapore, Singapore
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 7 July 2015

This place is near Sands Casino. From Macau Ferry Terminal catch free shuttle to Sands Casino and then walk for 5 minutes to reach to this place. This place is good for photo or group photo. Apart from taking photo there is nothing special as such. From this place Grand Prix Museum is just 1 minute walk.

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Hong Kong, China
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 24 June 2015

Lotus Square is found near Fisherman's Wharf and the Macau Ferry Terminal. This public space is square-shaped with concrete ground, it is named after the Lotus monument which can be seen in the centre of the square. It is also the location of the Tourism Activities Centre (CAT) building where you can find the very good Grand Prix Museum or... More 

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