Gongbei Things to Do

  • Barrier Gate
    Barrier Gate
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  • take the esclator and follow the crowd
    take the esclator and follow the crowd
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  • obtain an Arrival Card and fill it up
    obtain an Arrival Card and fill it up
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    How to get across from Macau to Gongbei

    by imstress Written Jul 14, 2006

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    We made our way to Gongbei after we checkin to our hotel as it was a rainy day.

    Just take a bus to the barrier gate and when you reach the bus terminus where everybody alight, take the esclator up and follow the crowd.

    You will come across a beautiful landscape garden and water fountain. Walk towards the barrier gate and you will see the departure hall on your left.

    Take the esclator up and follow the crowd to the immigration counter. Do have your departure card and your passport with you before joining the queue for foreigners (shorter queue).

    Your departure card will be collected by the immigration officer on Macau's side. You will be in a no man's land for about 3 mins before you arrive at the China's immigration. You will have to fill up an arrival card and look for the foreigner queue.

    After all this hassle, you are in Gongbei. You will see the Port Plaza (underground shopping mall) on your right, take the esclator down and you are in this wonderful shopping land.

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    Home Sweet Home

    by imstress Written Jul 14, 2006

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    Get ready your departure card at the China's immigration. When you cross over to the Macau's Immigration, do fill up the arrival card before you join the queue.

    After reaching the barrier gate, walk to the end and you will see a signboard showing directions for free shuttle bus back to your hotel. If your hotel doesnt provide one, hop on to the one that is nearest to your hotel.

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    S H O P till you drop

    by imstress Written Jul 14, 2006

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    You can buy and shop for almost anything in this underground shopping mall called the Port Plaza.

    This will be the best place to be when it is a rainy day in Macau.

    Cheap services like manicure & pedicure (RMB30), massages, hairwash & haircut (RMB30).

    This is a shopping heaven for the ladies as there are many shops selling clothings, shoes, bags, costmetics, accessories etc.

    There are many restaurants where you could have your meals.

    There are other shops like CD shop and bookshop to help those gentlement to kill some time while the ladies enjoy their shopping spree.

    Related to:
    • Women's Travel
    • Arts and Culture
    • Luxury Travel

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    Manicure & Pedicure

    by imstress Written Nov 4, 2007

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    I had my nails done at this very crowded shop.

    Their service was very fast and efficient.

    One gal started to work on my feet while the other gal worked on my hand when she was done with her customer.

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