Macau Young People

How well-equipped is this city for those raising infants/toddlers? Specifically, are there public places to change diapers, maintained playgrounds, etc?
Macau does not have many baby-changing facilities in public places.
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Where can I get a list of reliable childcare providers/nannies?
Maids and nannies are usually found by recommendation.
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Discuss any safety issues for children in this city.
Macau is a safe city, but as with all crowded cities one must keep vigilant.
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What are the most popular kid-friendly attractions in the area?
Public parks and The Fisherman's Wharf.
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What are the most popular activities for kids after school or on weekends?
For Macau kids, there are not many after-school programs. Most kids have tutoring after school on weekdays, while on weekends, going to cinemas or public parks are the most common activities.
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What's it like to be a teenager in this city? Are there any particular challenges I should be aware of as a parent?
Teenagers in Macau have more outgoing privileges since Macau is a small and safe country.
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Are there any organizations/social groups in the area that cater exclusively to young people ages 12-17?
This is not commonly found in Macau.
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I want my child to get the most out of our stay in this country. Are there any specific opportunities to teach young people about the local culture?
For details, please refer to the Macau Tourist Office website:
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