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Macau

Macau
  • Capital

    Capital

    Macau

  • Local time

    Local time

    2:45

  • Population

    Population

    652 500

  • Driving side

    Driving side

    Left

  • Calling code

    Calling code

    +853

  • Currency

    Currency

    P MOP (pataca)

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Macau

Macau
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  • Capital

    Capital

    Macau

  • Local time

    Local time

    2:45

  • Population

    Population

    652 500

  • Driving side

    Driving side

    Left

  • Calling code

    Calling code

    +853

  • Currency

    Currency

    P MOP (pataca)

  • Average Salary

    Average Salary

    $ 4 900

  • Petrol price

    Petrol price

    € 1.37 pl

  • Precipitation

    Precipitation

    410mm /year

Geography & travel

  • Country Area

    Country Area

    31 km2

  • Annual air passengers

    Annual air passengers

    2.79 m

Population

  • Literacy rates

    Literacy rates

    96.5%

  • Languages

    Languages

    Cantonese
    Mandarin - 5 %
    Hokkien

  • Murders

    Murders

    0 per 100k

  • Diabetes

    Diabetes

    8%

  • Tuberculosis

    Tuberculosis

    72 per 100k

Economy

  • Industries

    Industries

    tourism, gambling, clothing, textiles, electronics, footwear, toys

  • Agriculture

    Agriculture

    fishing

  • Renewable Energy

    Renewable Energy

    10%

  • CO2 Emissions

    CO2 Emissions

    1 283kt

  • ATMs per 100k people

    ATMs per 100k people

    254

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What not to do when visiting Macau

1/11
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Street & Behavioral

Don't sit or stand on Buddha statue for taking a picture. This can lead to stay in prison.

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2/11
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Business & Communication

Don't make a long eye contact - it's tactless.

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3/11
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Business & Communication

Don’t forget to show respect when greeting. While foreigners are expected to shake hands, the traditional form of greeting is the bow - the deeper you bow, the more respect you show. A foreign visitor ('gaijin') may bow the head slightly since no one expects foreigners to understand the subtle nuances of bowing generally.

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4/11
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Street & Behavioral

Don’t necessarily try to use ride-hailing applications like Uber in Macau - local authorities consider it illegal and can enforce actions against both drivers and passengers.

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5/11
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Street & Behavioral

Don’t show too much affection or intense emotions in public.

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6/11
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Business & Communication

Don’t’ forget people in Macau are honest, pleasant and soft-spoken. Deep regard for moral values and respect for human life are primary traits of the Macau etiquette, and tourists are given high regard and due respect.

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7/11
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Street & Behavioral

Don’t take pictures of military installations and in the areas with "no photography” signs, especially in casinos.

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8/11
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Street & Behavioral

Don’t bring dogs or cats into Macau without an official permit.

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9/11
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Business & Communication

Don't forget the rainy season usually runs between April and October.

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Business & Communication

Don't be surprised local customs are much akin to western society.

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Business & Communication

Don't laugh with your mouth fully open - hold your hand in front of your mouth when laughing.

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