When looking for different Macau scenic spots, I found this exhibition hall, which was quite unique, so I came to see it specially. The exhibition hall was near Dasanba, and it was about ten minutes'walk. (On the way to navigation, I also met a Coca-Cola Museum, which I could visit by way). The whole exhibition hall was divided into two parts, one was the hall and the Luban Temple, the other was the introduction of Luban's skills. ... Luban locks are placed in many places in the pavilion, you can try to play with them, and some architectural knowledge can be practiced by yourself.... Although the pavilion is not very big, you can feel the vastness and depth of the building, which is very interesting.
We are all familiar with Lu Ban, the ancestor of woodworking. There are many traditional tools for woodworking. There is an exhibition hall of Lu Ban's ancestors'wood crafts between 39 and 41 Pishanye Street. There is a large Lu Ban lock in front of the hall. Without nails, it can be connected and supported by tenon-mortise structure completely. It's mysterious. On the other hand, through a series of exhibitions and multimedia facilities, the exhibition room displays more than 80 pieces of traditional wooden tools, such as saws, planers, drills, ink buckets, as well as pictures and texts of Luban legends and inventions, and broadcasts woodworking movies about the use of tools. The point is that visitors can also experience the operation themselves and experience the feeling of being a craftsman.