Macau : Statue of Kun Iam, A Ma Temple and Famous Bakeries 澳门：观音神像，妈祖庙 和 驰名饼家( 16th February 2013 )
This 20m-high bronze statue, located in the outer harbour, is probably the only statue in the world of the Goddess of Mercy that is not facing the sea. Instead it faces Macau to protect it. Locals lament that the statue looks more like the Virgin Mary instead.
The statue of Kun Lam
The entrance to the A Ma temple
Inside the temple
Another part of the A Ma temple
The Lou Benka confectionery gift shop, the first place we were brought to for shopping while in Macau. They are famous for their loh poh pang （老婆饼） which incidentally is sweet and loh goong pang (老公饼） which is salty.
The street where the Lou Benka shop is located
This is the famous Koi Kee bakery where it all began. The bakery here near the A Ma temple is cheaper than say, those being sold at the Venetian casino or other outlets in town.
The street where the bakery is located