Macau Jockey Club
Four-Faced Buddha Shrine
Northeast of the Macau Jockey Club racetrack’s main entrance is this Buddhist shrine guarded by four stone elephants and festooned with...
Pou Tai Temple
A picturesque temple founded in the 19th century by Buddhist monks, Pou Tai has an enormous bronze statue of Lord Gautama in its main...
The Macau Stadium, next to the Macau Jockey Club on Taipa Island, seats 16,250 people and hosts international soccer matches and...
This welcoming place run by a Portuguese former lawyer is known for its well-executed fish dishes and Portuguese classics. If you’d...
Estrada Governador Albano de Oliveira · interesting places nearby
Macau Jockey Club information
Regular flat racing takes place at the Taipa racetrack (Hipodromo da Taipa) of the Macau Jockey Club through most of the year, usually on Saturday or Sunday from 2pm, and midweek (generally Tuesday or Wednesday) from 5pm. Summer recess lasts from late August to mid-September.