Location & Connections

Macau at the heart Asia’s

The Macau Special Administrative Region (MSAR) is a part of China’s territory. It is located on the Southeast coast of China to the western bank of the Pearl River Delta. Bordering on Guangdong Province, it locates 60km from Hong Kong and 145km from the city of Guangzhou.
Macau has an area of 28.6 sq. km, comprised of the Macau Peninsula (with 9.3 sq. km and connected to Mainland China), the islands of Taipa (6.5 sq. km) and Coloane (7.6 sq. km) and the reclaimed area COTAI (5.2 sq. km).

Hong Kong – Zhuhai – Macau Bridge

The world’s longest sea bridge, linking the cities of Hong Kong and Macau to the Chinese mainland as part of a broader contentious plan to integrate the special administrative regions into China.

Connections to the world

Macau International Airport is serviced by 19 airlines and is only a 45 minute ferry ride from Hong Kong International Airport, the world’s fifth busiest airport.

Hong Kong Airport connections to Macau

Passengers can transit into or out of Macau via Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) without the need to go through HK Customs and Immigration formalities and also without the hassle of carrying their luggage to the ferry terminal. The trip to Macau is approximately 45 minutes. It takes as much time to Macau as to Hong Kong city center!



Hong Kong & Kowloon connections to Macau

From Hong Kong Island there are ferries every 15 minutes and journeys will take one hour (www.turbojet.com.hk, www.cotaijet.com.mo)
From Kowloon (Ferry Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui). The journey takes about 60-70 minutes. www.nwff.com.hk

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