Yesterday, I went to the four main telecom companies in Macau and have gathered the prepaid sim information. Wherever I go, I must buy a phone SIM card to get around, so I can use the google map, search for information, and most importantly stay connected on my Facebook, WeChat, instagram so and so etc.
You can buy these prepaid cards at 7-eleven or OK convenient stores. I think CTM do have phone SIM card vending machine at ferry terminal and airport, but quite often out of stock. If not, you might as well need to go to their store to buy. All these four telecom companies have branch stores that are with 10-20 minutes walk away from Senado Square.
I have highlighted each company SIM card details as below, which you may refer to my recommendation if you are staying in Macau for 1 – 3 days. After the chart, I have attached the data plan images, and the source link which you can explore for more details.
Source link : http://www.smartone.com/mo/en/mobile-services/price-plans/smartone-spot/pricing.jsp
Source link : http://www.three.com.mo/eng/sim/3g
Source link : https://www.ctm.net/prepaid/prepaidvas/en/dataDetail.html
Source link : http://www.chinatelecom.com.mo/content/showContent.jsp?showType=BUSINESS&unId=8a2f818d511ee0f70151375ceaea052e&name=&topName=5Lit5ZyL6Zu75L+hKOa+s+mWgCnmpa3li5k=&names=MeWNoTLomZ/poJDku5jljaE=&menuId=0
Unfortunately they only have the information in Chinese language.
A bronze sculpture symbolising “the ancient friendship between Portugal and China”. It is 6 meters high and cost MOP 2,900,000, made in Portugal.
It is inaugurated on June 3rd, 1996, located in Camoes Garden, which is near the Ruins of St. Paul.
A story about local food…
Worst meal of the day…
“Oh damn! Not again!” I said when I just ate a spoonful of “non-spicy” food. Continue reading “Local food is not what you think it is…”
On July 18, 2013, Marine and Water Bureau was formed with restructured from Maritime Administration. Continue reading “Flashback of the Marine and Water Bureau Day”
The Moorish Barracks is currently called Maritime Administration Building. It was built in 1874, designed by an Italian architect Cassuto. Continue reading “What’s inside Moorish Barracks? / 摩囉兵營裡面有甚麼呢？”
The image show the Praia Grande before and after the project
圖中展示填海前後對照 Continue reading “First reclamation land project in Macau / 澳門首次的填海工程”
It popped up to my head to talk about recycling because I have a friend who is a recycler and she have been to various cities that are with strict rules to do recycle. If you have been to Japan, Korea, or some other countries, which they do charge for household garbage, you may see their strict rules of recycling collections.
However, Hong Kong and Macau is different. Continue reading “Where are the recycle bins?”
Evening Music by the Nam Van Lake
Tune up your evening by the lake. Local singer (Loiz) and local music band (Mint Leaf & Life Band) will be there to meet you. Continue reading “July 2017 – Save the date! Marine and water! Music evening!”
Take a pause in your daily life, maybe take a moment to look at the stars above the sky? Continue reading “Constellation Exhibition / 星宿作品展”
It can be seen when walking along the riverside from A-Ma Temple to Macau Tower or vice versa. Continue reading “Gate of Understanding / 融和門”