E.T. Style of Macau – localise your Macau experience
am E.T., my name initial. As mentioned in the story section, E.T. is a cute outsider who wants to understand human and earth by finger touch. I act as the bridge/the finger touch to connect outside visitors and locals of Macau. This biggest mission is to discover hidden cool experiences together in Macau.
I was born in Macau, in the 1980s. I can speak English, Cantonese, and Mandarin at this moment. I did learn a bit Hong Kong Sign Languages, Macau Sign Languages, Portuguese, French, Spanish, and Japanese, but none of those can be listed on my CV… yet.
It’s been awhile that I have updated the blog. Had a long holiday in winter and did some other freelance work.
This is a backdate post about the Christmas Light Festival of 2017 in Macau, which it seems to be an annual event since 2 or 3 years ago. But, each year, it is a little bit different, but they mostly decorate on the UNESCO heritage sites in Macau. There were 9 sites to visit and take picture, I only went to a few of them. Just by these 5 or 6 places, it took me like a 2 weeks to visit them. Fortunately, the light festival usually last from Dec 1 till 31.
Do you want to eat with the locals? Do you want to try the real local food, definitely the authentic ones. If yes, please join this event, you can name your date. I will post this event according to your desired date.
11:30am Meet up at Senado Square (will inform the exact location 1 day before)
Join us! Watch Macau Street #Magic Show together!✨
How to join? RSVP Yes in Meetup or message me your name and your contact information!
Date: October 15, 2017 (Sunday)
Time: 2:15 – 4:00 pm
Location: Friendship Square (Opposite to Hotel Sintra)
Remark: We will meet in front Hotel Sintra and walk across the street.
Due to typhoon “Hato”, the tourists are not that confident to visit us. Even though, some sites are affected, our Macau is still beautiful.
由於之前「天鴿」的關係, 影響了好多遊客對來澳門旅遊的信心. 雖然, 是對我們有些地方的景點是有點影響. 但, 其實我們澳門依然美麗.
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.