Concelho de Macau Transportation

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Concelho de Macau Transportation

  • Getting around Macau

    There are plenty of public buses for getting around Macau. Plus now there are lots of free casino buses. When you exit the Macau ferry terminal go through the tunnel and go right you ill find lots of free buses such as the blue coloured Venetian one or the purple coloured City of Dreams one.

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  • Getting to Macau from Hong Kong

    It is easy to get to Macau from Hong Kong. You can catch a ferry from the Shun Tak Centre, in Sheung Wan or from the China Ferry Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui. Nowadays from Sheung Wan you can go to the Macau Ferry Terminal or the Cotai Strip Ferry Terminal. There is no need to pre-book. Departures are frequent. You need a passport or Hong Kong...

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  • Travelling by local buses

    Buses go everywhere and are cheap. To help you to get off at the right place, before each bus stop, information is given, besides the official languages, in English too. Some useful lines:3 - Portas do Cerco (Border Gate) - Terminal Marítimo (Ferry terminal)MT1 and 2 - Praça Ferreira do Amaral (Hotel Lisboa) - Aeroporto28A - Terminal Marítimo -...

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  • Taxis - best option for a DIY day trip

    We caught 3 taxis whilst in Macau and the total cost was only about $10AUD which we thought was amazing value. So they are easily the best and cheapest way to get around town if you are in Macau for a day trip. Very easy to find as well.

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  • Turbojet Ferry to and from Macau

    I was told there were 2 main "fast" ferries you can get from Hong Kong to Macau. The first one was the Turbojet which leaves from HKJ Island at Sheung Wan and the other is the New World First Ferry which leaves from China Ferry Terminal in Kowloon. I had been told that the Sheung Wan Turbojet was a better option as it had more frequent departures,...

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  • Travel by Ferry To HK

    Getting from Macau to HK is not a problem. You can easily get to HK (either to Central or TST)for just an hour.You can easily buy ticket on the actual day you wish to travel due to many sailings.You can buy a one/two way ticket up to 30 minutes before the departure.Price range varies and time travel take 60-75 minutes to reach the destination and...

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  • Boat from Macau to ShenZhen

    A good way to travel from Macau to China is by boat. At Macau Porto Exterior there is connection to Shenzhen. If you want to go to Shenzhen airport, a transfer by bus is included in the price.Boat journey: about 1 hour.Fare: 172 MOP

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  • Bus Fares around Macau

    There is an efficient bus service in Macau not only in the city but also going to the islands. On all bus stops, there are several information panels reflecting the destinations, itineraries and stops. Most of the buses have air conditioning, and esp going from Taipa to Macau, be prepared to stand the whole trip, as at times some routes got lots of...

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  • Hydrofoil

    The easiest way to get to Macau, or from Macau, is by taking the hydrofoil from Hong Kong. The trip, which lasts a little over an hour, is all of HKD230 (about USD30) round trip, and allows visitors to see the Pearl River Delta and the various small islands that dot it. The hydrofoil can be a bit crowded, as this is a popular trip, but it is...

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  • Ricksha!

    I didn't intend to take a ricksha, it just so happened that the "taxi" driver I thought was going to take me to the centre of Macau led me to a bike and chariot, rather than a motor vehicle. Rickshas are actually a lot of fun, in part because you get to have a leisurely tour of the route from the station to the centre of the city. The ricksha...

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  • Go local,take a bus

    Taking a bus around Macau is actually very easy and fun.The 2 major bus companies are Transmac & TMC.Bus fare are fix.It cost only MOP3.20 to travel around Macau peninsula and MOP4.20 if you are going to Taipa area. The fare and the routes are available around the bus-stop,so take a moment to figure out.The buses we took are Transmac and most of...

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  • First Ferry

    I took the First Ferry to Macau from China Ferry Terminal (Tsim Sha Tsui, HK). It cost about $40 US for a round trip. It took about 1 hour each way. I expected the ferry trip to be general seating like the Star Ferry or Seattle ferries back home, but the seating was similar to the assigned seating like in an airplane. There are designated areas for...

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  • Lots of time before your flight?

    So you need to check out of your Macau hotel on/before noon but your flight is still hours away. To kill time, you might want to tour around some more while you leave your bags with the concierge. Later, once you're ready to head to the airport do the following:1) Take your hotel's free shuttle service to the ferry terminal.2) Upon reaching the...

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  • free hotel bus service!

    if you want to go around macau on a budget, you can simply do that by using the bus services provided by the hotels to their guests. on our 5 days stay at macau, we have travelled to and from taipa-macau island without paying any fares! actually, me & my husband are wondering how this hotels can afford to provide free bus rides to even non guests...

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  • From Hongkong to Macau

    Macau is just two-hour ferry ride away from Hongkong and there's no visa required to enter Macau.If you're staying in Kowloon Island, take MTR to Tsim Tsa Tsui, walk towards Kowloon Park, turn right when you see Marco Polo Gateway. The next building to Marco Polo Gateway is the China Ferry Terminal. Second floor is a mall so go up to 3rd Floor. You...

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  • Venetian Gondola

    No trip to Venice or The Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel would be complete without a graceful and romantic glide down one of the three canals in an authentic Venetian gondola, accompanied by a singing gondolier. Tickets are available at Boutique di Gondola (Shop 2301) and Emporio di Gondola (Shop 2660).

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  • Venetian Shuttle

    The Venetian Macao free Shuttle Bus operates from The Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel to the following destinations and back:Gong Bei Border Gate, Lotus Bridge Border Gate, Macau Airport, Macau Ferry Terminal, Sands, Taipa Ferry Terminal & Yuet Tung Pier.

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  • Flora Garden & Cable Car

    The European-style Flora Garden, situated at the base of Guia Hill parallel to the Avenida Sidonio Pais. It was formerly the grounds of the Flora Palace, an aristocratic Portuguese mansion. The stone gateway at the entrance was once the palace guardhouse. An easier route to the top of Guia Hill is via the cable car near the park gate. Visitors can...

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  • Public Buses

    Public Buses are convenient. Destination are showed in the bus digital display.However, the name of the bus stop are hard to remember :) MOP 2.50 for per trip within Macau city

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  • turbojet ferry from HKIA to Macau

    You won't need to go into Hong Kong for the Turboject ferry to Macau. There's a direct ferry from HKIA BUT upon your flight arrival you MUST NOT GO THROUGH IMMIGRATION! Instead, you need to follow airport signage for the ferries and you'll need to buy your ticket or BUT IT ONLINE via their website. Your suitcase/s or luggage will be transfered by...

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  • Taxis

    Perhaps the fastest and convenience way to move around Macau is by taxis. They are readily available outside most hotels and casinos.

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  • Going around Macau on a budget

    We had a nice time going around Macau on a budget. We took an early ferry from Hong Kong to Macau. Upon reaching the Macau ferry terminal, we got the FREE shuttle to Venezia Hotel in Taipa. This hotel is a must for tourists. So we went around the hotel shops and took lots of pictures in this beautiful theme hotel. If you have time, find your way to...

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  • Turbojet Ferry, Hong Kong - Macau

    With daily departures from the Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal (Shenung Wan) every 15 minutes (or more often during peak hours as warranted) between the hours of 7AM - Midnight, these boats are fast, easy, reliable transportation between Hong kong and Macau. I dont know the age of these boats but they appear fairly new and modern. Fare is $134HKD...

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  • Macau city to airport

    The cheapest way to get from the airport to town is on the public bus. It costs 3.30 MOP. 1 HKD is about 1.03 MOP.The second option is taxi. When you land in Macau via Air Asia (www.airasia.com), you may want to get to your hotel quickly in which case a taxi makes sense. It costs at least 50 MOP. I paid about 80 MOP to get to a hotel near the...

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  • Taxis and Luggage

    When arriving in Macau, at least from the airport, there is some kind of charge that you have to pay on top of the meter fare. We weren't sure if it was a luggage fee (charge per piece) or a fee for using the bridge from Taipa to the big island. Unfortunately we didn't understand the cab driver and he didn't understand us, so we're still not sure...

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  • Taxis

    Normal taxis will only take 4 people, or 5 at a push, but there are some larger cabs that you can book which will take 6 comfortably so it is worth doing instead of getting two cabs - the price was the same. We asked at the reception of our hotel and they booked it for us.

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  • Macau Airport

    Macau airport is modern and only a short taxi ride from the centre of town. Most Airlines of the region fly in and out of Macau.

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  • Flying to Macau from Singapore

    I flew by budget airline Tiger Airways to Macau on a 6am flight from Singapore Budget Terminal. Currently there are only 2 flights by Tiger Airways to Macau from Singapore. Usually, the earlier you book, the cheaper the fare. I paid around $150 (inclusive of all taxes) for an one-way flight.Starting 2 Feb 2008, Jetstar Asia will be flying to Macau...

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  • Cheap way to get around Macau

    There is an extensive network of bus services available in Macau. The buses link both the Macau Island and the Taipa/ Coloane Island. Check out the bus services and their route at the bus stop. The bus fares are generally MOP3-5 per person per trip.Initially my friends and I were a little confused by the bus directory found at the bus stop....

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  • Crossing the country by Bicycle

    Maybe the best way to explore Macau is to rent a bike for a whole day.Normal fare is 20 MOP / hour.

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  • Shuttle Services from Casino/Hotel

    Most major casinos and hotels provide free shuttle services to/fro the HK or China ferry terminal. Warning- New Lisboa only provides a free shuttle from the terminals to their casino/hotel. It dosen't provide to the terminals unless you gamble at their casino! I don't understand why they have to be so stingy about it. Probably due to its proximity...

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  • Shuttle Services from Casino/Hotel

    Most major casinos and hotels provide free shuttle services to/fro the HK or China ferry terminal. Warning- New Lisboa only provides a free shuttle from the terminals to their casino/hotel. It dosen't provide to the terminals unless you gamble at their casino! I don't understand why they have to be so stingy about it. Probably due to its proximity...

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  • Ferry from Hong Kong (Kowloon)

    Catch the New World First Ferry from Kowloon to Macau for HKD 172. The trip takes roughly an hour and ferries are leaving from China Ferry Terminal on Canton Road. There are also Ferries from Victoria Harbour to Macao with Turbo Jet.

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  • Taxi

    Like many other travellers I also had my share of bad taxi experience in Asia. Not so in Macau. The drivers always used the meter and made sure that they understood your destination. Some information about the surcharges:Each item of luggage carried in the trunk: MOP 3Each 50 seconds the taxi waits at passenger's request: MOP 1Journeys starting at...

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  • Tiger Airways

    Singapore based Low Cost Carrier Tiger Airways has 1 to 2 daily flights to Macau. A little warning: As for every budget airline, don't expect much of a service. The trolley dollys even started to complain when you consume outside food or drinks. Also our flight was delayed on both ways.

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  • Ferry To Hongkong from Macau

    Doing a side trip to Hongkong can be a breeze via First Ferry to Kowloon Island, Hongkong. Be sure to take First Ferry as Turbo Jet may land you in Hongkong Island. Trip cost about HKD 135 per way. Traveling on a weekend may be a hassle due to the hordes of tourist especially on the way back from Hongkong. Allow plenty of time before departure to...

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  • Clark, Philiipines to Macau via TIGER...

    Find the best airfare deals via Tiger Airways from Clark Pampanga. Book well ahead of time and get the best deals ever!

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  • Tiger Airways

    A new budget airline that flies to and from Macau is Tiger Airways. A singapore based Airline that caters to travellers who are on fix budget :-)Their aircraft is relatively new. Nice interior, more spacious seating capacity and not so ear bugging engine.They offer special fare from time to time. So, better check their website once in awhile to get...

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  • Bus

    One of the means of transportation here in Macau is taking the bus. A fix rate of 2.30MOP within the island of Macau while 3.50MOP for Taipa and Coloane.Make sure to have exact amount when taking the bus coz they dont give change.It was a bit hard for us to move around with this mode of transpo because we didnt know where was the next bus...

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  • Feel like a local, take the bus

    It's actually easy to navigate Macau. You just need to have a map. The good thing about their free maps is that they come along with bus routes. You just have to go to a bus stop and wait for the bus number that traverses your desired location. All bus stops have signages on what bus stops there. All major tourist attractions can be accessed by...

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  • Boat from Macau to Kong Kong

    TurboJet travels from Macau Porto Exterior to Hong Kong Shun Tak Centre [Metro station: Sheung Wan]. The journey takes 1h and costs from 138 to 172 HK$ [one way ticket - economy class]. I advise you to book in advance.

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  • Tiger Airways

    Tiger Airways is a no frill airline that offers budget flight deals from Manila (Clark) to Macau.Only one flight per day available (Mondays to Sundays).Flight schedule (up to October 2006):from Clarkdeparture time: 1555arrival time: 1740from Macau:departure time: 1400arrival time: 1545The site offers great deals from time to time. Watch for their...

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  • Macau, Hongkong... Hongkong, Macau

    To and fro Macau/Hongkong, the best way is by ferry/jetfoils which is an hour journey. Frequency of the ferry is about 15minutes to 30minutes. The ferry service is run on 24hours and the fares for weekdays, weekends, public holidays , day and night ride is different. The one that we took from Kowloon to Macau is run by the First Ferry Macau. We got...

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  • Around Macau, Taipa and Coloane

    Bus services in Macau and the islands are available and a convenient way of moving about. To know which bus goes where, you can find details all written on the map obtained from the Tourist Information Centre or you can look for the destinations and stops at the panels at each bus stop.Between Macau and Taipa, you can board bus Nos. 11, 22, 28A, 33...

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  • Airasia - Now EveryOne Can Fly...

    Airasia has a catchy slogan of "Now Everyone can Fly".... It's true.. it's so economical to just catch an Airasis flight from Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) to Macau. The LCC Terminal is located about 20km away from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). Lots of signboards pointing you the way to LCC. If you do not wish to drive to LCC...

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Concelho de Macau Hotels

  • Metropark Hotel

    We stayed in the Metropark Hotel for two nights. We know the area it is located in well as we have...

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