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Macau tour can not only go shopping, taste food, watch the beautiful scenery, but also enjoy the fun of experiencing games.

Macao’s wide spectrum of sports and recreation facilities is sure to energize any trip to the territory! The sub-tropical climate accommodates year-round outdoor activities, whilst there are also plenty of high quality indoor venues to engage in your favourite sport, too. Karting, swimming, hiking, bowling, cycling, golfing, ice-skating, canoeing and windsurfing are just some of the sports on offer, with Macao’s various sporting complexes, infrastructure and state-of-the-art equipment delivering first-class facilities.

Sports & Recreation

Trails
Cycling
Beaches & Nautical Sports
Karting
Golf
Bowling and Ice Skating

1.Trails

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Topographically, Macao has a lower elevation in the north and a higher elevation in the south, thus there are some 16 trails located primarily on Taipa and Coloane islands. These paths provide access to replanted forest areas where saplings still require care, and serve as firebreaks and access routes for fire fighters. For the vast majority of Macao’s residents and visitors, however, the primary function of these diverse trails is to facilitate exploration and enjoyment of the natural attractions of the islands.

Website : nature.iam.gov.mo/e/trails/list

A. Grand Taipa Hiking Trail

The Grand Taipa Hiking Trail is a nature trail on Taipa Island offering sweeping views. Starting from the Taipa Grande Nature Park, the trail is some 4,000 metres long and takes about 90 minutes to walk. The first section – a wide 600-metre eco-trail – has very little incline, thus young and old can enjoy this easy hike, while the middle pedal fitness trail is more challenging. Following the stone steps, hikers can reach Taipa’s highest point 159.2 metres above sea level. Alternatively, you can head southeast along the 1,200-metre bird-watching trail, which affords opportunities to see egrets in flight and excellent views of Taipa.

B. Taipa Pequena Trail 2000

This trail is 2,300 metres long, with a 2.5-metre wide pathway encircling Taipa Pequena Hill; en route you can find 5 outdoor fitness areas, a children’s playground and various leisure zones. Along this route, visitors can enjoy excellent views of the Macao Peninsula, Taipa and Hengqin Island in adjoining Zhuhai.

C. Hác Sá Long Chao Kok Family Trail

The 2,150 metre-long Hác Sá Long Chao Kok Family Trail is located on the southeast coast of Coloane Island and takes about 45 minutes to walk. The circuit is divided into the Rockview Path, Seaview Path and Red Leaves Path, the only trail from which one may simultaneously enjoy views of mountains and the sea in close proximity.

2.Cycling

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Taipa Island and Coloane Island are excellent choices for bicycle tours, with bicycle rental conveniently available in Taipa near Pak Tai Temple. Tour the islands at a leisurely pace to enjoy the fresh air fun of bowling along with friends or family amidst lush landscape dotted with lots of recreational zones, highways and byways.

Remarks:Bicycling is prohibited on all bridges spanning Macao Peninsula and Taipa.

3.Beaches & Nautical Sports

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There are two grand beaches in Macao – Cheoc Van Beach and Hác-Sá Beach – located in the idyllic southern and eastern part of Coloane Island. Adjoining Cheoc Van Beach you can find a large open-air swimming pool, several restaurants, a romantic pousada (Portuguese inn) and a Nautical Club with equipment for canoeing and windsurfing, all connected by a palm-lined esplanade. Easily accessible by public transport, Hác-Sá (‘Black Sand’) Beach is Macao’s larger and more popular beach, both for its safe swimming and various other water activities like sailing and jet-skiing. Several BBQ-stalls ply their trade just off the beach, and families can enjoy tennis courts, swimming pool, picnic area, children’s playground, exercise area and several restaurants in and around the adjoining Hác-Sá Park.

A. Cheoc Van Beach
B. Hác-Sá Beach

4.Karting

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Speed merchants can find the 50,000 sq. m. 1.2 km kart race track adjoining Caesars Golf Macau near Seac Pai Van Park on Coloane Island. Ranked one of the most challenging tracks in Asia, the Coloane Karting Track is the only permanent track available in Macao or Hong Kong, and provides spectator stands and restaurant, as well as a sweeping panorama of the surrounding countryside.

Well stocked with karts, helmets and racing gear, the track – certified for Class-B safety facilities – regularly hosts international competitions in addition to attracting locals and visitors on weekdays and weekends.

Address:Estrada de Seac Pai Van, Coloane

Opening Hours
Tuesdays & Wednesdays: 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Thursdays & Fridays: 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Saturdays: 1:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Sundays: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed on Mondays.

Fees:MOP180 (per kart per 15 minutes). Tickets are available for sale on site only (No ticket will be sold to the public 30 minutes before the closing time).
Tel:+853 2888 2126
Website:www.sport.gov.mo/en/vbs/personal-search?get=1&wiz_vbs[activitys_list][]=10

5.Golf

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The Macau Golf & Country Club, located on the south side of Coloane Island near the Westin Hotel, is one of the most beautiful – and challenging! – championship golf courses in Asia, and welcomes all per Club regulations. Situated on a promontory with sweeping views of the sea in front and hills behind, the Club offers a full range of international amenities, such as practice greens, caddy service, Pro Shop, spa, restaurant, bar and swimming pool.

Caesars Golf Macau is an internationally standardized 18-hole golf course located next to the karting track at the southern end of Cotai District. The only semi-private golf course open to both members and visitors in Macao – as well as the Asian home of the renowned Butch Harmon School of Golf – this Club also offers a full range of international amenities.

A. Macau Golf & Country Club

Tel:+853 2887 1188
Website:www.mgccmacau.com

B. Caesars Golf Macau

Tel:+853 2888 0123
Website:www.caesarsgolf.mo/en

6.Bowling and Ice Skating

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Bowling and ice skating are high on the list for indoor fun with family and friends. Whether you are just getting the recreational juices going or are seriously competitive, the clack of balls on skittles or the swish of blades on ice all add up to great family fun in a well-equipped, purpose-built modern environment.

A. Future Bright Amusement Park

On the Macao Peninsula, you can find comprehensive bowling and skating facilities in Future Bright Amusement Park, as well as an arcade game centre, children’s playground and restaurant. The Future Bright Skating Rink is popular with teenagers and ice hockey teams but welcomes all ages and levels. No special attire is required and ice skates are available for rental.

Address:Lai Hou Garden, R/C, Praça de Luís de Camões (Near Camões Garden)
Opening Hours:Bowling – 10 a.m. to 1 a.m.; Ice Skating – 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Tel:+853 2895 3399
Website:www.futurebrightgroup.com.mo/eng/other-entertain.php

B. Bowling Centre in Cotai

Occupying an area of 5,830 square metres, the Bowling Centre was inaugurated in October 2005. This first-class bowling facility – located next to the iconic Macao East Asian Games Dome – meets international competition standards and has become a magnet for both local residents and visitors alike.

Address:Complexo Desportivo Internacional do Cotai
Opening Hours:2 p.m. to 11 p.m. (Mondays – Fridays); 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. (Weekends and public holidays)
Tel:+853 2886 5017
Website:www.sport.gov.mo/en/vbs/searchvenue/type/show/id/18

The above is the Macau Sports & Recreation shared with you. Friends who like competitive games can consider traveling to Macau!

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