Macao visa requirements for Tunisians

Travel and visa requirements

Macanese Visa is not required for Tunisians

Stay Duration: 30 days

Entry Requirements

  • Tunisia passport holders can get a visa upon their arrival at any international airport in Macao.
  • This visa allows citizens of Tunisia to stay in Macao for a duration of 30 days.
  • Intending visitors are required to have a passport valid for a minimum of 6 months from the date of arrival in Macao. The passport should have at least one blank page for visa stamping.
  • Visitors from Tunisia below the age of 18 travelling to Macao must show travel authorization from their parents or guardians.
  • A detailed printed itinerary of your time in Macao and a confirmation of accommodation during the stay in the country, which can be in form of a hotel reservation or a letter of invitation from a host already in the country will be required.
  • Tourists are also required to provide proof of enough funds to spend during their stay in the country.
  • Tourists with pets must have an import permit and must be accompanied by a Veterinary Health Certificate. Also, Cats and dogs must also be vaccinated against rabies, not less than 14 days and not more than one year prior to import.
  • Prospective visitors can get to Macao from international airports in Tunisia. There are international airports in Tunis and Sfax.
  • Air China, Lufthansa, Turkish Airlines, and Air Macao are some of the carriers that fly from Tunisia to Macao.
  • The estimated flight time from Tunis to Macau, Macao is 18 hours, 50 minutes and from Sfax, it is 1 day, 1 hour.
  • Macao has a subtropical climate, with very mild winters and hot, rainy, and muggy summers. Spring in Macao is from March to May, Summer starts in June and ends with August, autumn lasts from September to November, and Winter in Macao is from December to February.
  • The official languages in Macao are Chinese (Cantonese) and Portuguese. Macao uses to be a former colony of Portugal.
  • Macao Maritime Museum, Macao Tower, Grand Resort Deck and The House of Dancing Water are some of the centres of attraction in Macao.
  • The official currency in Macao is the Macanese Pataca, most of the money in circulation in the Region is actually Hong Kong dollars. Visitors are advised to exchange their foreign currencies at banks and other exchange outlets in the country.
  • Portuguese egg tart, pork chop bun, mashed potatoes, Portuguese seafood rice, serradura,  and prawn tartar are special delicacies in Macao.
  • Tourists travelling to Macao are to budget about HKD 1000 for expenses while in the country.
  • Visitors can move around in Macao with minibuses, taxis, boats and planes.
  • Macao uses the China Standard Time (GMT+8), which puts Macao seven hours ahead of Tunisia.
  • The power and socket plug used in Macao are of Type G. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
  • Macao has a low crime rate. Even so, tourists are advised to exercise caution when in congested areas and pay particular attention to personal belongings while in crowded areas and while travelling on public transportation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Macau best known for?

Tourism is a major industry in Macau. It is famous for the blend of Portuguese and Chinese cultures and its gambling industry, which includes Casino Lisboa, Macau, Sands Macau, The Venetian Macao, and Wynn Macau.

Do they speak English in Macau?

 English is more commonly spoken, despite it not being an official language (about 2.3% speak it at home). Cantonese is the main dialect of Chinese spoken in Macau.

When is the best time to visit Macao?

Autumn and winter, especially mid-October to December, are recommended as the best times to visit Macao. The country's weather is at its finest during this period.

How much money should I bring to Macau?

Since peoples spending habits and budgets are different,  it is difficult to say how much money visitors should bring into the county. 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.