The greyhound track looks rundown and quaint compared to the bigger Jockey Club and glitzy casinos, but it offers a true taste of Macau in a popular neighborhood near the China border crossing. The Canidrome opened in 1932; it tends to attract a steady crowd of older gamblers several times a week for the slower-pace, lower-stakes gambling rush of betting on fast dogs chasing an electronic rabbit. Check out the parade of race dogs before each race. You can sit on benches
in the open-air stadium, at tables in the air-conditioned restaurant, or in an upstairs box seat.
Av. do Artur Tamagnini Barbosa at Av. General Castelo Branco, Macau, Macau–China
853-2833–3399; 853-2826–1188-to place bets