So, I am travelling to China this month and I had applied for a 2 entry visa to the consulate which they denied for some reasons. This alters my plans to travel to Hongkong and Macau. I just need a small information about visa regulations if anyone is aware of. So, it goes like this, "I want to visit Macau, but turns out I have been awarded single entry visa . Although, I had checked that Indians do not require any visa to visit Macau but does it mean that even if I am allowed free entry to Macau or on arrival entry to Macau, coming back to China means second entry? Because if it's so then I might get caught up in immigration issues. I would like to mention that my flights are back and forth from China and I can't alter that travel route. Which means I cannot leave China, but the main confusion I am into is relating if Macau doesn't need visa does it mean that Chinese visa would suffice?"
I would be very glad if I can get some answers along with some references to either official websites or someone's experiences.
Kindly, help as I am finding this visa stuff in China a little confusing.