How to get to Macau


Getting to the
Macau Grand Prix

 

Macau is situated on the Southeast coast of China, bordering Guangdong Province, just 60km from Hong Kong and 145km from Guangzhou.  It is served by direct flights to MacauInternationalAirport, and can be accessed by land from neighbouring Chinese cities, and by air and sea from Hong Kong.

 

Macau covers a total area of 28.2km, and is comprised of the Macau Peninsula (where the Macau Grand Prix Guia street circuit is located), the islands of Taipa and Coloane and the reclaimed area COTAI.

 

By Air

The city is served by Macau International Airport. (www.macau-airport.com)

 

From Hong Kong, a helicopter service runs from the Macau Ferry Terminal, Shun Tak Centre, Connaught Road, Central (approximately 16 minutes flight time).  Visit www.skyshuttlehk.com

 

Air Macau Company Limited is a regional carrier based in Macau.  Currently, the airline operates services to many cities in Mainland China, as well as major cities in South East Asia. (http://en.airmacau.com.mo/routes/macau.asp)

 

By Land

From major cities in Guangdong Province, China, an air-conditioned bus service is operated by the Kee Kwan Motor Company.  Visit www.keekwan.com

 

By Sea

From Hong Kong International Airport:

o       Direct ferry service (approx 45 minutes).   For schedules, reservations and procedure visit www.turbojet.com.hk

 

From Hong Kong:

         ·        By Ferry (approx 1 hour):

o       Hong Kong side - Macau Ferry Terminal, Shun Tak Centre, Connaught Road Central. Visit www.turbojet.com.hk for ferry booking and schedules

o       Kowloon side – China Ferry Terminal, Canton Road, Tsimshatsui.  Visit www.nwff.com.hk for schedules

 

From Shenzhen:

         ·        Ferry services provided by Yuet Tung Shipping Company and TurboJET.  Visit www.turbojet.com.hk

 

Visas

For visa and immigration information, please visit www.macautourism.gov.mo/plan/entry_requirements_detail.php