Rotunda de Carlos da Maia

Square in Macau Peninsula

The lively Three Lamps district, known for its Burmese immigrant community, encompasses a series of streets packed with vendors and street food. It centres on the Rotunda de Carlos da Maia square with the lamps that gave the district its name. There are actually four lamps on a single lamp post, not three. Some say it's misnamed because you can only see three from most angles.