About Macao
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Mode of Access

A. From Your City/Country to Macao – By Air

Macao has an international airport located in Taipa Island with direct flights daily or several times per week to Singapore, Bangkok, Manila, Beijing and some major cities in China.

 Macao International Airport


B. From Hong Kong to Macao

a) By Sea

If there is no direct flight reaching Macao from your city/country, visitors will arrive at the Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok (CLK) International Airport in most cases. Visitors will depart from HKCLK International Airport to Macao by sea afterwards.

From HKCLK International Airport to Macao by Sea

  • Sky Pier (Sea Express) offers ferry service that will depart directly from the HKCLK International Airport to Macao Ferry Terminal without passing through immigration in HK.
  • The Cotai Strip CotaiJet™ offers a ferry service that will depart directly from theHKCLK International Airport to Taipa Ferry Terminal  without passing through immigration in HK.
  • Besides Sea Express, visitors can have a more frequent ferry service – Turbojet and CotaiJet. Visitors can reach the HK Shun Tak Ferry Terminal either by taxi, Airport bus or Airport Express Trains from HKCLK International Airport.


b) By Helicopter

Moreover, visitors can travel to and from the following three places, Hong Kong, Macao and Shenzhen, by helicopter. Each flight takes approximately 16-20 minutes and this service is provided at the Shun Tak Ferry Terminal in Hong Kong and the Macao Ferry Terminal.


C. From Zhuhai or nearby cities to Macao – By Land

The Barrier Gate (Chinese border) in Zhuhai, Gongbei is opened daily from 7:30 AM to midnight and the COTAI Frontier Post in Zhuhai, Hengqin to the Macao, Taipa-Coloane Reclaimed Area operates from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM. Visitors from Zhuhai or other regions in Mainland China must pass through the Customs at the Gate to visit Macao.