Macau Kun Iam Statue located on reclaimed 1101 Av. Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, Macau. We offer complete Kun Iam Statue tour packages, destination best tour offers and travel deals and Destination holiday packages for family. As its name tells, the statue is dedicated to Kun Iam, the goddess of mercy in Chinese Buddhism, and at its foot and there is a lotus-shaped dome that houses the Kun Iam Ecumenical Centre, where you can visit a small exhibition and get some educational literature about Buddhism. The Kun Iam Statue is a very beautiful statue in Macau. Standing on a pretty, albeit tiny, artificial
island in the middle of the ocean; this bronze statue is a real sight to see. The Statue belongs to the goddess of mercy and is a beautiful symbol for Macau.
The Statue can be accessed on most days through the causeway to the island. There is also a small museum in the shape of a dome right under the statue. The Statue itself is worth the trip but the museum centre is sure to interest culture seekers too. There is a lot of information as well as literature available some of the traditional religions of Macau.
Be sure to pay this one a visit as it is a beautiful area to stroll around near the pier. You can watch the sea or the statue or just sit by and take in the wonderful atmosphere. This relaxing place is a great hang out spot in Macau.
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