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Guan Yin Statue

English: Guan Yin Statue, Traditional: 觀音蓮花苑

The Guan Yin Statue is a stunning attraction accessible after you cross from mainland Macau.

The deity is highly revered in Chinese mythology and is known as the goddess of mercy and compassion.

Guan Yin Statue, Goddess of Mercy Bronze Monument, Macau

The statue is commanding with its 65-foot-high and made of bronze. It was constructed to pay homage to the goddess while inspiring harmony and compassion to all. Admire it for a few minutes and take some photos before heading out to other attractions, as many nearby.

You can explore the Kun Iam Statue Waterfront Park and leisure area from the Guan Yin Statue. It’s around 15,000 square feet in size and has something for everyone, though it’s popular among the kids because of its excellent playground. Burn some calories while taking in the views at the walking trail or the fitness and multi-functional courts.

There is also a roller-skating rink and many other recreational spaces right here. The tree-lined trail by the waterfront is a picturesque place to relax with a view, and there is a cafe zone that has been recently refurbished for your comfort, now including shaded seats plus toilets for parents and children, a nursing room, and a kiosk.

If you are travelling to Macau with children, visiting the nearby Macao Science Center is an excellent opportunity. It was established to promote science education among young children and boasts a massive 20,000-square-foot exhibition space, including a planetarium and convention centre. The Guinness World Records has recognized its planetarium for having the highest resolution images, making it an enjoyable learning experience. Other exciting highlights of the science centre include the displays dedicated to Nautical Science, Sports Health, Physics, Robotics, Eco-Conservation, and more.

The Guan Yin Statue and nearby sights have so much to offer.

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