Macau Ferry Port
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Macau is a Special Administrative Region of China. It is located across the Pearl River estuary from Hong Kong. It consists of the peninsula Macau as well as two islands, Taipa and Coloane, connected to Macau by bridges. The two islands are connected to each other by a reclaimed area known as the Cotai Strip where City of Dreams is located.
The Port of Macau is divided into four areas:
- The Interior Port - Fairway. It includes the Inner Harbor Ferry Terminal.
- The Exterior Port - It contains the old Fishing Wharf and the Macau Ferry Terminal.
- The Taipa Ferry Terminal, on Taipa Island, next to the Macau International Airport, currently Taipa Temporary Ferry Terminal until completion of the new terminal.
- Ka Ho Port on the northeast tip of Coloane Island contains the Macau Container Terminal, the Macau Oil Terminal and the docks of the Macao Cement Manufacturing Company and the Macao Electricity Company
Over 150 sea-crossing services are scheduled daily between Macau and Hong Kong. The Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal is the major terminal for Macau's passenger traffic by sea.
First Ferry Macau runs from 7:00am to 10:30pm daily with a frequency of every 30 minutes. The journey ranges from 60 to 70 minutes. This ferry offers pick-up from the Tsim Sha Tsui China Ferry Terminal in Hong Kong.
Ferry routes to Macau
Macau to Kowloon with Turbojet Hong Kong
Kowloon to Macau with Turbojet Hong Kong
Macau to Hong Kong with Turbojet Hong Kong
Hong Kong to Macau with Turbojet Hong Kong
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Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal, Macau, Hong Kong.