Four New Pavilions to Rise in Former Greyhound Racetrack
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Four New Sports Pavilions to Rise in Former Racetrack

Macau Sports Complex Photo by Website/Public Works Bureau

Following the government’s proposed sports park in July last year, more details about the project have been shared recently.

Slated to erect four pavilions on the plot of land where the former Yat Yuen Canidrome is located, the proposed project will feature various sporting activities for adults and children.

The project will span 40,425 square metres of area with a one-floor underground racetrack car park for over 490 spaces for cars and motorcycles. The first pavilion will have four floors with a swimming pool, basketball courts, a running track, and a cycle path for the children.

The second one will house a skatepark, wall climbing facilities, and a designated area for table tennis, along with several volleyball and badminton courts. Meanwhile, Pavilion No. 3 will stand five floors tall with a five-a-side football field, a two-story multipurpose room, and multi-functional activity rooms.

The fourth pavilion is made for the little ones and will have an outdoor activity area, an indoor playground, creative classrooms, a reading area, and activity rooms.

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