| I had high expectations for Macau Airport, none of which were met and Macau has neglected to bring an int'l standard of quality to its airport. Poorly lit corners abound in what amounts to three levels of cramped mediocrity. In the whole terminal is a lonely 7-11 down the hall. There's the obligatory McD's upstairs for finer dining, but not much else. Seeing the jacked up prices in these places turned me off from them. An unforgiveable oversight is the lack of standardized mobile device charging. Fully expecting to plug my phone into a USB port, I still can't fathom what the airport admin was thinking by installing very non-standard 3-prong charging ports, what they dubbed as 'wireless charging'. To use these, you're forced to buy the local solution in the form of an adapter. No worries, for the 7-11 has 'em for $100 MOP. Kudos for removing the use-anywhere, conveniently 'universal' of the USB. That took a special effort. The personnel at MA could also use some rewiring. Most obvious, the airport overstaffed its confines with too much security. Here, there & everywhere you'll meet the Blueshirts who, you can bet, have an eye on you. I interacted with a warden-esque washroom attendant who let me know my time was up by rapping the stall door & barking admonitions. On the way out I fingered him to take the matter to admin for further assessment. Macau Airport is not merely a scaled down version of its counterpart across the pond. More than that, it's a featureless, frustrating area where you'll be in a hurry to not just catch your flight but to escape the pains of being in the place.