Four-Faced Buddha Shrine
Pou Tai Temple
This is the largest temple complex on the islands. The main hall, dedicated to the Three Precious Buddhas, contains an enormous bronze...
The Macau Stadium , next to the Macau Jockey Club on Taipa Island, seats 16,250 people and hosts international soccer matches and...
Macau Jockey Club
Regular flat racing takes place at the Taipa racetrack (Hipodromo da Taipa) of the Macau Jockey Club through most of the year, usually...
The latest incarnation of the famous Crystal Club, this bar sits atop the hotel tower with a terrific outdoor terrace that offers...
Pou Tai Temple Restaurant
This strictly vegetarian restaurant, set in a Buddhist temple in northern Taipa, is a great find for the health conscious.
Four-Faced Buddha Shrine information
Lonely Planet review
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.