[Move] Hong Kong- Hong Kong to Macau (By Ferry)

One day trip to Macau started off in the morning. Although i got up early but i got out of hotel late. 😛 The ferry terminal was a 10-15 minutes walk from my hotel.

There are a few place where you could board a ferry to get to Macau. When i reached the ferry terminal i was approached by a outsourced ticket seller, didn’t thought much and brought the ticket from him, which cost me 345HKD round ticket.

I took the Cotai Water Jet Ferry to Macau,there are other companies at the terminal too. However, i will only cover this ferry that i took.

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Where?

Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal

3/F Shun Tak Centre, 200 Connaught Road Central, Sheung Wan

**Return ferry alight here**

China Ferry Terminal

33 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

**Board ferry here**

SkyPier

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA)

To note:

My arrival and departure is different could be a little confusing, so check which ferry terminal you will need to depart and arrive before you purchase. Although is not that bad as there are free shuttle bus that bring you to both Macau terminal.

Hong Kong (Kowloon) > Macau Outer Harbor

Time Schedule
10:15

**only 1 ferry depart from Kowloon to Macau Outer Harbor

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Cost?
Weekdays Weekends/
Holidays
Night Sailing*
HKD
Cotai Class $165 $177 $201
Cotai First $270 $287 $317
Cotai VIP Cabin (8 seats) $2,160 $2,294 $2,534
* Schedule is subject to change and additional sailings may be added at peak ho
Macau (Taipa) > Hong Kong (Sheung Wan)
Time Schedule:
07:00 08:00 08:30 09:00 09:30 10:00
10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 13:00
13:30 13:45 14:00 14:30 15:00 15:15
15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00 17:30 18:00
18:30 19:00 19:30 20:00 20:30 21:00
21:30 22:00 22:30 23:00 23:30 23:59
01:00 03:00(b)
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Cost?
Weekdays Weekends/
Holidays
Night Sailing*
MOP=HKD
Cotai Class $154 $167 $190
Cotai First $257 $274 $302
Cotai VIP Cabin (8 seats) $2,054 $2,189 $2,419

* Schedule is subject to change and additional sailings may be added at peak hours.

Night Sailings

1 Oct – 31 Jan 1 Feb – 31 Mar and 1-30 Sep 1 Apr – 31 Aug
Start From 17:10 Start From 17:40 Start From 18:00

Duration: 

55-60 Minutes

Things to bring:

Remember to bring your passport, Macau is not Hong kong you still need to go through the immigration.

My little story:

That  day that i was there at the ferry terminal it was crowded and with no orders, in another word, messy.

A Chinese national lady who was with her friend behind me was being cut queue by their own nationals. She looks so angry, i think they are not that easy to be bully too, as she pulled her friend with her and told the person who cut queue to move off. I can only say maybe i am still not use to this kind of culture.

After all this funny encounter, i was inside the terminal got myself some sweets as i don’t feel like eating anything yet. Went to find the boarding door but there are still some time left.

I can only say the people leaves a very bad impression to me as there a lot of tour group going back to mainland using ferry as the transport it was really woah~!~! Eye opener~!~!
Inside was rowdy and more the other nationals are having cultural shocked too, their faces looked disturbed by it. I also get to see tour guide shouting for their group to gather and more, okay i think i will stop here or else nobody want to go there anymore.

Maybe i just choose the wrong date to go, other than that the staff there are nice and friendly, even the convenience store’s staff too. hahaha what a contrast ~!

2 Cents Opinion:

If this is your first time boarding a ferry and you do not know if you have seasickness a not it would be nice to take a sea sickness pill before you board. It can be purchase at the convenience store.

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