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    Does anyone know? i cant read chinese so can you help me out? Does the place need booking? please help me ! thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by macauboy View Post
    Does anyone know? i cant read chinese so can you help me out? Does the place need booking? please help me ! thank you
    Most of badminton facilities in Macau are maintained by the Government and from what I know, allocated to the different badminton clubs to use. You need to join a club in order to have access to the allocated courts. The expense for joining a club is often negligible, maybe around 2-3 USD per month.

    Other than this, you may check with friends if the school they are studying have any badminton courts which can be used.

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    Badminton courts in Macau are very limited, only 2 main stadiums have courts I think, others are all in schools and colleges.

    Best thing would be to contact Macau Badminton Association http://www.macaubadminton.org.mo/home_en.htm, I'm sure they will point you at the right direction and find you groups that play regularly.

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    I too will be on a short visit to Macau and Hong Kong next week.
    I'm searching for some place where I could catch a game or two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    I too will be on a short visit to Macau and Hong Kong next week.
    I'm searching for some place where I could catch a game or two.
    Thanks for the replies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    I too will be on a short visit to Macau and Hong Kong next week.
    I'm searching for some place where I could catch a game or two.
    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    Thanks for the replies
    My request has now become redundant

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    i am going to maocao next week and will have time to play a game or two on saturday night or sunday morning. anyone's around?

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