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Macau Sports and Recreation

Macau Jockey Club
This fully-equipped racecourse, the most advance of its kind in the Asian region, has a cosmopolitan group of trainers, riders and administrators to provide racing of international standards. Visitors can comfortably enjoy the races in the air-conditioned grand-stand where Chinese and European cuisines are served.
Race meetings are held every weekend throughout the year, occasionally on Wednesday and Thursday evenings and also during major festivals such as the New Year, Chinese New Year, Easter, etc.
There are free shuttle buses taking racegoers from Hotel Lisboa and the pier to the race course on race days.

The Canidrome
The Canidrome is the only Greyhound Racing facility in Asia and is considered to be one of the largest and best equipped in the world. The 500-yard oval track, two grand-stands, several private boxes, special private track-level enclosures, a VIP lounge, coffee shop, ten kennels, training kennel which includes x-ray, operating and treatment rooms make this place a kind of its own.
Races are held four times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Races are broadcast over radio and TV from broadcast studios located within the complex.

Hac Sa Sport and Recreation Complex
This sport and recreation complex situated in Hac Sa Beach covers nearly 18,500sq m. It has an olympic-size swimming pool and a small pool for children. Other facilities available are a multi-purpose sports field, tennis courts and a mini-golf course, just to name a few.

Daily 8 am - 9 pm; Saturdays until midnight.
Pool fees: Adults - 15 patacas; Children aged 5 to 17 years - 5 patacas.

Cheoc Van Park
Situated on Cheoc Van Beach in Coloane, this park has an irregular shape swimming pool, a restaurant bar and changing rooms for its visitors.

Weekdays 8 am - 9 pm;
Weekends 8 am - midnight.
Pool: Adults- 15 patacas;
Children (5 to 17 years)- 5 patacas;
Children under 5 - free.

The Macau Golf and Country Club
The club has an 18-hole, par-71 course built on a headland overlooking the South China Sea. The Club House has a pro shop, pool, sauna and massage rooms.

Future Bright Amusement Centre
This center is located next to the Camoes Garden and has a bowling center and ice rink. Also available are a children's playground, video games room, snooker club and a food court.
Bowling: 9 am - 2 am.
Ice Rink: 9 am - 10 pm.

Hyatt Regency Macau & Spa
Macau occupies a strategic position on the western edge of the delta formed by the Pearl River and the West River. The spa facilities includes a male and female spa, with sauna, whirlpool, steam room, massage, solarium and cold plunge.

Located at:
PO Box 3008,
2 Estrada Almirante Marques,
Taipa Island,
Tel: +853 83 1234
Fax: +853 83 0195



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