The district of Coloane consists of nine square kilometres of hillside recreation ground, colonial pieces along with a few reasonable beachfronts, turning it into an enjoyable location to benefit from two or three hours relaxation from your busy schedule.
Immediately after crossing Cotai, buses pass by the Parque de Seac Pai Van, a sizeable park with hiking paths guiding you uphill to the white marbled sculpture of the goddess A-Ma which happens to be the tallest such statue on the planet.
A brief distance past this, all buses stop at the traffic circle in charming Coloane Village along the western coastline, looking out on to mainland China. Towards the north of the hamlet are a couple of Junk construction buildings, whereas the street heading south of the circle, consists of a a handful of shops offering dried marine products along with the surprising yellow and white St Francis Xavier Chapel. Two or three hundred metres past the chapel you'll find the Tam Kung Temple, which dispalys a metre-long whale bone hand carved in the form of a ship.Read more +