Day and Night of Macau
2011-12-09 Kanagavel Sights Macau 1257
Golden lotus sculpture, a symbol of Macau - even Lotus is gold, this is the temperament of Macau.
Ruins of St. Paul is the most representative landmark of Macau, in fact, it was the anterior wall of St. Paul's Church, which was completed in 1580.
Ruins of St. Paul combines the European Renaissance and Oriental architectural style, reflecting a blend of eastern and western art, elaborately carved, majestic and impressive.
Guia Lighthouse has stood on the highest mountain — Guia Hill for more than 140 years, and it is the first tower in the coastal region of China. Together with the Guia Fortress and Chapel of Our Lady of Guia, Guia Lighthouse was listed as one of the historic building in the “Historic Centre of Macau” of “World Heritage List”.
This is a good place for wedding photographs.
As the world's only city named after Mazu, Macao built the first Barra Temple in 1488 - a Temple (also known as Mazuge), from then on, lots of believers come to worship by burning joss sticks to impetrate safety and lucky.
Overlooking my favorite, as well as Macao's largest casino - Sands
Macau casino - the old Casino Lisboa
Macau casino: Wynn, predominantly Chinese, with good environment and atmosphere
Macau's landmark - the Grand Lisboa Hotel building, a combination of Lotus and hilt, peaceful and sharp
See the Grand Lisboa from the Fortress
The main entrance of Casino Lisboa during the day
One of twelve animal bronze heads donated by the boss of Lisboa
Night of Grand Lisboa
Downtown in the Venetian Macao Casino
Macau casino: MGM
Macau casino: Wynn