Macau BASIC INFOMATION
|LOCAL TIME||YOUR TIME|
|LOCAL TIME ZONE||TIMEZONE DIFFERENCE|
|UTC/GMT +8 HOURS|
|latitude / longitude|
|22°12'4 / 113°32'51|
|MO / MAC|
other Chinese dialects 2%
TYPE D OLD BRITISH PLUG|
TYPE G BRITISH 3-PIN
|Macau banks list|
Since December 20, 1999, Macau has become a special administrative region of the People's Republic of China. Under the guidance of the "One Country, Two Systems" policy, Macau practices a high degree of autonomy and enjoys administrative power, legislative power, independent judicial power, and final adjudication power. Macau’s social and economic characteristics will be retained and continued.
Macao has a small area, one of the most densely populated places in the world, and a region with relatively high per capita income in Asia.
Macau is an international city. For hundreds of years, it has been a place where Chinese and Western cultures coexist.
Macao is located in the Pearl River Delta on the southeast coast of China, at 113°35’ east longitude and 22°14’ north latitude, about 60 kilometers east of northeast Hong Kong.
Macau consists of the Macau Peninsula (9.3 square kilometers), Taipa (7.9 square kilometers), Coloane (7.6 square kilometers), and Cotai reclamation area (6.0 square kilometers) ), Xincheng District A (1.4 square kilometers) and the artificial island Macau port (0.7 square kilometers) of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Zhuhai-Macau Port, with a total area of 32.9 square kilometers.
The Macau Peninsula and Taipa are connected by three Macau-Taipa Bridges of 2.5km, 4.4km and 2.1km respectively; there is also a treaty between Taipa and Coloane It is connected by a 2.2 km Cotai road. You can reach Zhuhai and Zhongshan in China via the northernmost gate of the Macau Peninsula; you can reach Hengqin Island in Zhuhai via the Lotus Bridge in Cotai City.
The time in Macau is eight hours earlier than Greenwich Mean Time.
Macao has a population of approximately 682,800, most of whom live on the Macau Peninsula, and the two outlying islands have relatively small populations. Macau residents are mainly Chinese, accounting for more than 90% of the total population, and the rest are Portuguese, Filipino and other nationalities.
Chinese and Portuguese are the current official languages. Residents generally use Cantonese in daily communication, but many residents can also understand Mandarin (Mandarin). English is also very common in Macau and can be used in many situations.