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Sightseeing in Macau - Interesting Places to Visit in Macau

A special city in China, Macau is adorned with an array of fine places to see that it can easily occupy most of your holiday. If you are keen on sightseeing, below are 10 places that you must not miss
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Ruins of St. Paul

Ruins of St. Paul
A historic church of Macau that was recognized as a world Heritage site, the Ruins of St. Paul was first constructed in the year 1580. Over the centuries the church was destroyed by fire and natural disasters a number of times, yet was reconstructed to perfection every single time. Although today the only original remnants from the church are the front facade and grand stairs, the church and its structure is certainly something worthy of awe. A small museum stands behind the fa├žade of the church which is commonly known as the St. Paul's Museum. Here one can find a number of religious artifacts from the yesteryears of Macau.
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The Senado Square

The Senado Square
Located in the heart of the city of Macau the Senando Square boasts the original paving from the Portuguese era. Perfectly preserved to date, the Senando Square has also been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For centuries the Senando Square has been the urban center of this city. Adorned with a large fountain at its center, it is a popular place for national celebrations and public events. Being a popular tourist attraction, there are a number of good restaurants around the area which are definitely worth trying.
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Fisherman's Wharf

Fisherman's Wharf
Established in the year 2006 the Fisherman's Wharf is the first theme park complex in the city of Macau which has an array of interesting sites to see. Adorned by a massive manmade volcano, the complex also houses over 150 stores, a number of popular restaurants, the Aladin Fort and a massive Roman amphitheatre which was built on the style of the Colosseum.
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Macau Tower

Macau Tower
This prominent landmark in Macau boasts an impressive height of 338 meters and is situated around 3 kilometers from the Fisherman's wharf. Established in the year 2001, the tower is also known as an entertainment center since it houses a plethora of shopping outlets and restaurants and also a famous theatre. The Macau tower has an observation deck where some of most spectacular views of the city can be enjoyed. However, the real highlight of this tower is the Bungee jumping all the way from the very trop. Hence undoubtedly for thrill seekers this place really is paradise!
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Kun Lam Statue

Kun Lam Statue
A statue emulating a sense of tranquility, the Kum Lam is created facing the city of Macau. This bronze statue that is 32 meters tall is the goddess of mercy in Chinese Buddhism. Although it is located on a separate manmade island just on the outskirts of the Macau Peninsula, it is linked to the city by a 60 meter causeway.
Starworld Macau Hotel
This is one Macau Hotel that is definitely worth sightseeing. Adorned with one of the largest casinos in the city, this hotel and its lively gaming atmosphere is something interesting to experience.