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0h 10m
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São Francisco Xavier
17h 11m
12,378 km

Travel Tips

Traveling to Sao Francisco Xavier, Nossa Senhora De Fatima, Jiu'Ao, Cotai, and Lai Chi Van in Macau is most certainly an exciting decision. Here are a few tips to help you plan your trip:

Best Time to Visit: The best time to visit Macau is from October to December when the weather is pleasant. The months of January to March can also be considered. The summer monsoon season (May to September) can be hot and humid.

Route and Accessibility: Macau International Airport or Hong Kong International Airport are the nearest airports. You can then use Macau’s bus system, taxis, or simply walk to navigate around. The Taipa Ferry Terminal and the Outer Harbor Ferry Terminal provide services for maritime passengers.

Altitude and Acclimatization: Macau is essentially sea level, so there are no specific guidelines for acclimatization.

Accommodation and Booking: Cotai has a good range of hotels, many of which are luxury resorts. Sao Francisco Xavier, Nossa Senhora De Fatima, Jiu'Ao, and Lai Chi Van also have a decent choice of accommodations. It's recommended to book in advance, especially if traveling during Chinese holidays or festive seasons.

Clothing and Essentials: Pack according to the season. Summers can be hot and humid, so light clothing is practical; winters are mild but a light jacket may be needed in the cooler evenings. Comfortable walking shoes are important since you will likely do a lot of walking.

Health and Safety: Macau is generally considered safe for tourists, but like anywhere else, take basic precautions with personal possessions.

Local Etiquette and Respect: Always be respectful of local customs and traditions. Macau is a fusion of Chinese and Portuguese cultures, offering a unique cultural dynamic. Remember, appropriate clothing should be worn when visiting religious sites.

If visiting a casino in Cotai (these are a popular part of Macau’s tourism scene), remember to be respectful of the casino regulations and customs. Note that China's currency (Renminbi) is not accepted in most casinos. Use either Hong Kong dollars or Macau Patacas.

Language: The official languages are Portuguese and Cantonese, but English is also pretty widely spoken, especially in the areas popular with tourists.