Services at Macau Airport


Find out what services and facilities are available at Macau Airport. Where is the best place to eat and shop?

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Internet and wi-fi

Usewi-fi for free and without time limit. Select the "Airport-Free-WiFi" network.

Don't delay buying a physical sim card upon arrival. Get a Macau data e-sim quickly and easily on the web

Luggage storage

On the departure floor you will find a luggage room open 24 hours.

You will pay 10 mop for 1 hour of luggage storage, but the maximum is 80 mop for 24 hours.

Shops and supermarket

The public area of the airport contains almost no shopping options. However, you can use the 7-Eleven takeaway minimarket in the departure lounge (1st floor). It is open from 8:00-24:00).

After the security check, you will find yourself in a corridor of shops selling luxury fashion, jewelry and duty free merchandise.

In the basement near departure gates 1-5, you'll find the Circle K mini-market (8:00-21:00).


On the 3rd floor of the public area, above the check-in desks, you will find McDonald's and MX fast-food restaurants, as well as a Starbucks coffee shop. It is open from 07:00 to 21:00.

The transit zone features another Starbucks coffee shop and a cafeteria with local food. In general, dining options at Macau Airport are quite poor, and restaurants in particular are often fully booked after security.

ATMs and money changers

In the public area of the arrivals hall, you'll find several currency exchange offices with decent rates.

There are also ATMs at local banks, which also accept foreign credit cards without charge.

You can get Macanese pataca and Chinese renminbi at exchange offices and ATMs.

Drinking water

Vending machines for cold, lukewarm and hot drinking water are always located throughout the airport near the toilets. You can fill your own bottle for free.

Smoking rooms

A ventilated smoking room is available in the transit area.

Vending machines

The public and transit zone is full of vending machines selling drinks, sweets or even toiletries.

Vending machines are always available for payment with cash or the "Macau Pass" card. They do not accept credit cards or vending machines.

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