The Red Market is a three-story wet market located in Macau side, in Horta e Costa area. A rich variety of seafood produce is available twice daily from mainland China or locally. In addition, meat (third floor), fish (second floor), poultry, vegetables (ground floor), dried food, fresh fruits, flowers and other perishable products (outside at the Red Market Pedestrian Street) are also sold there.
Built in 1936, the building is a local landmark and the name refers to the red brick used for construction. It’s also one of the most emblematic constructions in Macau, contrasting with its local and industrial surroundings. Red Market is a very popular spot amongst locals and people looking for the freshest products to cook. There’s also an array of restaurants, shops and other sites in this area.
Opening hours: Daily, 7:30am–7:30pm
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