|Full name||Macau East Asian Games Dome|
|Location||Cotai, Macau, China|
|Broke ground||26 May 2005|
|Opened||8 August 2005|
The Macau East Asian Games Dome  is the largest indoor sporting facility in the city. It comprises a three-story multi-purpose sporting complex covering a total area of 45,000 m2 with two separate functional indoor pavilions, which is ideal for different types of indoor sports and activities. It also consists of a large exhibition hall that can accommodate up to 2,000 people.
Pavilion 1: With a total seating capacity of more than 7,000, one of this pavilion's main features is the dedicated indoor track and field set-up, which is ideal for different activities ranging from ceremonies to sporting events.
Pavilion 2: This pavilion can seat up to 2,000 and is designed with a central stage that offers a U-shaped seat setting. This allows audiences to have a perfect view of the stage, especially suitable for exhibition sports such as dance sport.
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- "Construction of the Macao East Asian Games Dome Started". Government Information Bureau. 2003-02-28.
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