Macau is just a short one-hour ferry ride from Hong Kong. SkyPier at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) provides speedy ferry service for transfer passengers, making HKIA a truly multi-modal transport hub for convenient air and sea travel. Once arriving in Hong Kong, look for the “Ferry to Macau and Mainland” signs. Tickets can be purchased from either Turbo Jet or , but sailing schedules are not as frequent as from other Hong Kong ferry terminals. Any checked baggage will be taken from the plane and put on the ferry, but this requires an approximately two hour layover at the airport. If you have no checked baggage, you will be allowed on earlier ferries so keep that in mind. Do note that you must NOT go through customs as you will not be allowed onto the ferry and you must then follow the route below.
Macau is just a short one-hour ferry ride from Hong Kong and there are several ferry terminals to catch the ferry, including the Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal at Sheung Wan, the China Ferry Terminal in Kowloon and the Tuen Mun Ferry Terminal in Tuen Mun. With convenient sailings every 15 minutes 24 hours a day, Sheung Wan is the preferred port to disembark for Macau, but the other smaller terminals offer sailings throughout daylight hours as well. The two main ferry companies that provides service to and from Macau are TurboJet and CotaiJet; Advanced bookings can be done at their respective website – https://www.turbojet.com.hk – and http://www.cotaiwaterjet.com
Macau has two ferry terminals – the Macau Maritime Ferry Terminal and the Taipa Ferry Terminal – and although the latter is closer to Studio City, both terminals have frequent shuttle buses that will take event attendees directly to the property.
Once arriving in Macau, at either the Macau Maritime Ferry Terminal or the Taipa Ferry Terminal, the easiest way to get to Studio City is to jump aboard the free Studio City shuttle bus, which runs once every 5 – 15 minutes between 10 am and 9 am. Buses do run before and after those times, but at 10 – 25 minute intervals, with service ending around 12:00 am.
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Taxis are also available at the ferry terminals. Uber no longer offers service in Macau, however, so be aware your Uber App won’t find any drivers.
The easiest way to get to Studio City is to jump aboard the free Studio City shuttle bus, which runs once every 5 – 15 minutes between 10 am and 9 am. Buses do run before and after those times, but at 10 – 25 minute intervals, with service ending around 12:00 am.