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...more
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,...more
This is a large food court style restaurant with over 20 booths to choose from. the prices are extremely cheap and very delicious.Note: Nov 2005 - the food court doesn't seem to exist anymore. Fried sweet and sour fish for RMB25. A waiter will pour your cup of Chinese tea from a long nosed kettle too. The tea will cost you RMB1.5 per person.more
The mall caters mainly into women's clothing, shoes and accessories. However, there are the odd CD shop, restaurants and bookstores.
Watch out for touts offering cheap transport in their minivans. They are often much more expensive than the taxi stand in the underground of Port Plaza (near the Kee Kwan Bus Terminal). Furthermore, they are unlicensed!
This is the most popular way of entering Macau from Zhuhai. Thus, throngs of people pass through this border every single day. Vehicles may also cross this border as well, in addition to the Lotus Bridge linking Macau and Hengqin Island (China).
Fondest memory: This is the main overland route into Macau (Portas Do Cerco). Be reminded that the border hours are from 7:30am to 12:00am midnight.