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Statue of Guan Yin, Macau

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3.1/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
Emerging from a lotus-shaped dome housing a small ecumenical center, Statue of Guan Yin is dedicated to the Buddhist goddess of mercy. The bronze statue glimmers in the sunlight unsheltered, rising to a height of 20 m (65 ft) at the edge of the harbor, oddly facing away from the sea, unlike other statues dedicated to Kun Iam. Inside the lotus dome is a small visitor center, where you can read up on Buddhism and take a few pamphlets home. Add Statue of Guan Yin and other attractions to your Macau trip itinerary using our Macau vacation generator.
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  • 觀音像位置不太接近市中心的地方,我乘巴士到達,整個景點的景觀都很開揚,觀音像下方有一個像展覽廳的地方,但廣闊的大海景觀真的吸引人 
  • I took a bus number 10A in front of Senado Square. Within ten to fifteen minutes, you will see Kun Lam Ecumenical Centre in front of you. The statue looked a bit old but still great to see even closer...  read more »
  • Don't miss a pray to Kun lam Statue! standing by a beautiful sea. We can go inside to see some building history. 
  • On its own nothing tremendously special and there's nothing much here except a quick photo op but this statute nicely encapsulated the East-West mix that is Macau: it's a very unique representation of the Goddess of Mercy the flowing robes and the way her hands are positioned reminds one almost of Catholic representations of the Virgin Mary! This incongruity alone might make it worth a photo.
  • Beautiful view. You can get more information guan yin statue on beneath. & you aldo can take a picture with small statue
  • I love they support art and they have different sculptures all over Macau..... Walking around could be very entertaining and educational.
  • Best to go in the early morning or late afternoon for a quick visit. I think that there is nothing too special in particular, just that some photos taking for the scenery and the statue of Guan Yin.
  • Like others have said, nothing much to do but a photo opportunity. Did learn that most statues face the sea whereas this one faces the land.
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