Lotus Square

Lotus Square, Macau: Address, Phone Number, Lotus Square Reviews: 3/5


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amita
Surat, India285 contributions
Feb 2019 • Couples
It was a fairly nice spot for photo clicks made more so by the golden lighting at night time. Nothing much to see except the Lótus.
Written March 20, 2019
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Lets Go To Macau! 🇲🇴
Macau, China2,248 contributions
Apr 2018 • Solo
Lotus Square is a large open public space just across from the Sands Macao Hotel and Fisherman's Wharf, not far from the Macau Ferry Terminal. This is where you find the Lotus Monument, which was gifted to Macau from China as a symbol of friendship as part of the handover of Macau to Portugal in 1999.

The monument is gilded, six metre tall and in the shape of a Lotus flower with pedals. At night it is lit up with flood lights making it decent to view after dark. You will also find two popular museums, the Grand Prix and Wine Museums as well as the Tourism Activities Centre building here at Lotus Square.
Written January 28, 2019
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Karen F
Grand Rapids, MI74 contributions
Jul 2017
I'm not really sure why this was such a hot spot. There were loads of tour buses filled with Chinese tourists posing for pictures in front of the statue. There was nothing written in English about it at the site.
Written July 24, 2017
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Clarissa A
5 contributions
Jun 2017 • Friends
It is a good photo souvenir because we werent able to go to Macau tower. I was expecting more but nothing else in here but the golden lotus.
Written June 16, 2017
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Pravin L
Mumbai, India457 contributions
Feb 2016 • Family
Near the Sands Hotel, there is time to go shopping about.
Walk to Lotus Square from the Gran Prix Museum for some photo ops. Great at night
Written December 21, 2016
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Londinium
Brussels, Belgium868 contributions
Dec 2016 • Family
It's a Lotus statue given by China to Macau. It's a stop point for many tourists so it's always busy there, difficult (not to say impossible) to take a picture without anyone on it. Nice to see but nothing special to say about it.
Written December 10, 2016
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Xu J
12 contributions
Aug 2015 • Friends
I can’t remember how many times I have been to Lotus Square. It’s actually a square where a huge golden lotus statue is located in the middle of the square. Lotus Square is one of the famous landmarks and tourists attraction in Macau. In order to celebrate the return of Macau to mainland China, Chinese government gave a statue in the shape of a golden lotus to Macau as a gift. Last time I went there, I saw many policemen were patrolling around the statue, and I friend told me that the statue was covered in gold. The government assigned many policemen to keep an eye on the statue in case some people will deliberately damage the statue. There is nothing else in the square except the lotus statue, so I don’t really like to go there because you can’t do anything else, and the statue is not very special as other statue I have seen before. If you have been to Hongkong, I will say the lotus square is just like the Golden Bauhinia Square in HK. However, if you are a new visitor to Macau, you probably will be interested in the lotus square.
Written April 22, 2016
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wwwinnie61399
Macau, China15 contributions
Sep 2015 • Friends
The Lotus Square is a square set for celebrating the Macau returns to China in 1999, and it is the most famous and typical plots of Macau. The Lotus Square has a huge and golden lotus statue has a special meaning because the lotus is the city flower of Macau. The lotus statue is given by the central government of China standing for a better future of Macau. The statue is made of bronze and it is six meters high. And it has twenty-three petals. When the night comes, the statue is lighting up by the surrounding yellow lights. When I come there with my friends in September, 2015, I was a little bit disappointed. There is nothing but only a statue right there the same as I can see in the internet. The statue is quite beautiful and grandiose, and I like it a lot, but it is quite boring to see one thing after taking a bus for a long period of time. And the day I went there has a bit rain, but there was not a place for me to hide. So I would recommend that if you want to see this symbol of Macau and shows not really much interest, you can simply pass by without getting off you car and see it in your seat. And if you want to get a close look to the Lotus Square and if you are a history lovers, you can go there, but do not forget your umbrella in case there will be a rain. If you want to take pictures, you had better go there in the night time, because the photos will look better with the night scenes.
Written April 18, 2016
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Joe
Shenzhen, China3,123 contributions
Feb 2016 • Friends
This is just a lotus structure statue that was given by china to Macau. No other explanation is there. Nothing else to see other than this. Take a quick photo and move on.
Located by thr F1 museum and wine museum.
Written February 24, 2016
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AGMB5
Singapore, Singapore330 contributions
Jan 2016 • Couples
As our tour guide tells, the lotus flower in full bloom symbolizes the everlasting prosperity of Macau. So that's why they have it there. Other than that, there's really no explanation on the history or structure whatsoever so we just take a snap and continue.
Directly adjacent to Wine Museum and Grand Prix Museum.
Written January 27, 2016
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