One of the most happening nongovernment arts venues in Macau, this atmospheric former slaughterhouse hosts contemporary installations,...
Lin Zexu Memorial Hall
Once Taoist but now dedicated to Kun Iam, the Lin Fung Temple (built in 1592) was where people from Guangdong province would stay when...
Lin Fung Temple
Once Taoist but now dedicated to Kun Iam, this temple (c 1592) was where people from Guǎngdōng province stayed when they visited Macau,...
Next to the Red Market, this rare survivor of traditional Cantonese tea houses in Macau has a nostalgic charm, with age-old tiling on...
Lonely Planet review
Macau’s Canidrome, in the northern part of the Macau Peninsula, is the only facility for greyhound racing in Asia. Greyhound races are held on Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 7.30pm. There are 16 races per night, with six to eight dogs chasing a mechanical rabbit around the 455m oval track at speeds of up to 60km/h.