Macao visa requirements for Nigeriens

Travel and visa requirements

Macanese Visa is not required for Nigeriens

Stay Duration: 30 days

Entry Requirements

  • Niger citizens visiting Macao are granted visa on arrival for a stay up to 30 days.
  • Intending visitors are required to provide passports valid for the duration of stay.
  • Visitors are advised to leave at least one blank page of their passports for entry stamps.
  • There are no currency restrictions on entry or exit from Macao.
  • There is a need for account declaration to prove the financial capability to support your stay.
  • There is no vaccination certificate required to visit Macao.
  • Due to the outbreak of swine flu, all visitors will be required to fill in a health declaration form.
  • All visitors entering Macao must have a return or onward tickets.
  • Visitors are advised to have as much as MOP 500 per day to cover the expenses of their visit, this can be presented in the form of a recent bank statement.
  • There are no restrictions on the foreign currency amount taken in and out of the country.
  • Foreign currencies and credit cards are not accepted for the payment of all forms of travel fees.
  • In Macao, the power plugs and sockets are of type D, M, G and F. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
  • Macao uses China Standard zone (GMT+8), hence, Macao is 7 hours ahead of Niger.
  • The estimated flight time from Niamey, Niger to Macao is 14 hours, 53 minutes.
  • The main forms of public transport are buses, taxis and rickshaws.
  • The light rail system is currently under construction, as a result, there is no functioning rail system in Macao.
  • Portuguese alongside Chinese is the official language of Macao. 
  • Arms, ammunition, explosives, illegal Chemical and drugs are prohibited from entry into Macao.
  • Minchi is regarded as the national dish. it is made with minced beef or pork (or a combination of the two), diced potatoes stir-fried with onions, and Worcestershire sauce - it’s often topped with a fried egg and served with a side of steaming white rice. It can also be made with chicken, fish, shrimp, or vegetables such as bitter melon or wood ear mushrooms. 
  • Macao is described as “the Las Vegas of Asia” because of its abundance of giant casinos and malls.
  • Every year the local government gives permanent residents of Macau 9,000 patacas (about US$1,200) and non-permanent residents 5,400 patacas (about US$670).
  • Macau was Europe’s first and last colony in China.
  • Macao is known to be the second richest country or territory and most densely populated region on earth.
  • Tourists can also enjoy the resorts, age-old temples and bungee jumping thrills on 765ft Macao Tower in the country.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it safe to travel to Macao?

In comparison to other major cities in the world, Macao is considered quite safe for travellers. In addition, the city constantly develops its tourism so the Macao government tends to make the city clean of crimes. Petty crimes are common, while the more serious ones are very rare.

How much do I need to spend in Macao for a day?

Since every person's spending habits and budgets are different, it is difficult to say how much money visitors should bring. Hotels in Macau generally cost between HKD600-2000 per night. For meals, expect to pay HKD100-500 per person at resort restaurants, and around HKD80-200 per person at outside restaurants.

How can I apply for a visa extension in Macau?

Travellers can apply for a visa extension of five days before the expiry of their entry permits.