Four-Faced Buddha Shrine
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Four-Faced Buddha Shrine information
Northeast of the Macau Jockey Club racetrack’s main entrance is this Buddhist shrine guarded by four stone elephants and festooned with gold leaf and Thai-style floral bouquets. It’s a popular place to pray and make offerings before race meetings.