Statue of Kum Iam:
This statue is dedicated to Kum lam, the Goddess of Mercy. It is 20 meters tall and made of bronzw. The construction cost was MOP 30 million.
The Macau Tower was designed by the New Zealand architect, Gordon Moller. It is 338 meter high and ranked the 11th highest in the world (An optional package at your own expense will offer you a panoramic view of the Pearl River Delta on the observation deck, Level 61).
The temple is one of the three oldest temple and most famous temples in Macau. Built in 1488, the temple is dedicated to the Goddess of seafarers and fishermen Matsu. The temple is one of the heritage sites of Macau being inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2005.
St. Paul’s Ruins:
All the remains of the greatest of Macau’s churches are its magnificent stone façade and grand staircase. The church was built in 1602, made of Taipa and wood, was brilliantly decorated and furnished.
A walking tour from St. Paul’s way down to the city centre, enclosed by the historical buildings of the St. Dominic’s Church, Holy House of Mercy and the General Post Office. The square is a pedestrian zone. It is inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List 2005.
Macau has become known worldwide as East Las Vegas. In 2008, total revenues for the gaming and gambling sector were MOP 109 billion. A short visit in one of the famous casinos and try your luck. Clothing factory outlets for shopping if time permits.
Notes: Tour prices do not cover Macau Visa fee if required; Gentleman wearing shorts or CHD under age 18 will be declined entry to casino.