Considered to be one of Macau’s finest Buddhist temples, Kun Iam Temple is larger and far less crowded than A-Ma Temple, its historic counterpart located closer to the center of town. Though the current buildings date to a restoration performed in ... 

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Macau Senado Square

February 2013

Preparing for Chinese New Year

Open-top bus

February 2013

There is no shade so take sun cream and a hat (although ensure you hold onto it as the wind on the bridges can be fierce, on a bus at 50mph)

Waterfront casinos and Macau Tower

February 2013

Coming towards the end of the bus circuit (there are two alternating buses, taking about 80 minutes to go around)

Ponte 16

February 2013

Ponte 16 is the closest stop to the central area (Largo do Senado and the ruins of St Paul's)

Congestion at the A-Ma temple area

February 2013

The bus gets held up on the west coast and the driver may have to speed through the following stops.

Macau Tower glass floor from below

February 2013

At 223m, the glass floor is terrifying, but this is also home to the world's highest bungy jump.

Onboard the TurboJET Fast Ferry

February 2013

A comfortable 1 hour ride over to Macau

TurboJET Fast Ferry

February 2013

Boarding the TurboJET Fast Ferry at Central to head to Macau

Kun Iam Statue, Macau

November 2012

This bronze statue is dedicated to Kun Iam, the goddess of mercy in Chinese Buddhism, and at its foot there is a lotus-shaped dome that houses the Kun Iam Ecumenical Centre.

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