Improve your shot with contrast and brightness adjustments. This is almost a faux HDR, with the details recovered from the darker unexposed areas.
This is the place where Bruce Lee's "Fist of Fury" was filmed. The scene is a garden where Chinese people were not allowed to enter and he was kick ass angry that he was considered a dog in the eyes of the Japanese and proceeded to bash some Japanese butt.
The garden is verdant. With tree canopies covering most of the garden area. There is a grotto dedicated to Luis de Camoes, the beloved Portuguese poet. A verse dedicated to Macau is written in stone and it is a popular place with the locals who spend time trying out their vocals in Chinese opera.
You will also find these mosaic murals on the ground, two of which are very difficult to see unless you step away or use a camera with the contrast tuned all the way up.
You can see that the orignal image isn't very detailed. And this was adjusted to expose the hidden areas .
This basically explains the limitations of JPEG based exposures preset by camera manufacturers. The exposure algorithms do not take into account high contrast situations and you have to do it manually on a desktop.
To get the best exposure, remember to shoot in RAW.