Since my post “Get a China visa in Macau” has been extremely popular and many questions have been raised about visa to Macau, I thought I would just do a write up on visa to Macau.
The following countries’ citizens do not need a visa to visit Macau:
|Chile (Republic of)||Latvia (Republic of)||Seychelles|
|Croatia (Republic of)||Lebanon||Singapore|
|Estonia||Mali (Republic of)||Spain|
|Finland||Malta (Republic of)||Sweden|
|Cabo Verde (Republic of)||Bulgaria (Republic of)||U.S.A.|
|Commonwealth of Dominica|
If your country is not on the list, you need a visa to enter Macau. You can apply for the visa at the border for a fee of MOP100 (about USD13), and you will be allowed to stay 30 days.
It is required that you have a valid passport, a return/onward flight ticket, and proof of funding during your stay (MOP500 per day) when you enter Macau.
Enquiries (immigration service office)：
email: firstname.lastname@example.org ; phone：(853)28725488
Source of the above information: website of the Immigration Service Office of Macau Government (in Chinese and Portuguese only )