a VirtualTourist member asked on Nov 15, 2016
We are arriving in Hong kong on Dec 26-11:00 am and directly travelling to Macao from Hong Kong Airport. Will be on Macao for 3D2N staying at Holiday Inn Cotai, afterward will be returning to Hong Kong for 3D2N at New Millennium Hotel. Can advise itinerary as well as direction to our Hotel from ferry terminal?
Check the website of Turbo Jet turbojet.com.hk/en/routing-s...
I think your first day in Macao it'll occupy you the sights of the casino buildings and interior......second day go to Taipa Village it should be seen while in Macao
The easiest way is to take a taxi from the ferry terminal to your hotel in Macau.
From Macau, take the ferry to Kowloon, then take a taxi from the terminal. It's not a very long distance as the terminal is also in Tsim Sha Tsui, where your hotel is located. here's the ferry schedule: turbojet.com.hk/en/routing-s...
Hi @[VT member 1a9028], I’ve been to Macau before and stayed near Cotai Holiday Inn. Here are a few suggestions to places that you could go.
Historical buildings and Museums:
a. Museum of the Holy House of Mercy
b. Ruins of St. Paul (about 900m from hotel)
c. Wine Museum
d. Macao Museum
a. Nam Kwang Dept. Store
b. Senado Square (about 800m from hotel)
c. Domingos Road (about 800m from hotel)
d. Lee Kum Kee Oyster
a. Koi Kei Bakery
b. Zhuhai Wanzai Seafood Street (1.6km from hotel, also to note that Zhuhai is in China so you might want to make sure your passport allows visa free entry)
I would also like to suggest taking the free shuttle bus services to your hotel and back to the ferry terminal if you wouldn’t mind waiting 10-15 mins as they are really convenient.
I hope these helped :)
Can advise where is the shuttle bus to Holiday Inn from Macau ferry? is it just outside the ferry terminal...or need to walk a distance?
The shuttle buses are parked right outside the terminal. I suggest you check with the hotel for frequency: ihg.com/holidayinn/hotels/us...
Many of the hotels have arrangements for shuttle buses to collect their guests, free of charge. In March this year we stayed in the Royal Hotel in the old town. They arrange shuttle for our group for our return to Hong Kong by ferry. Email your hotel for info.
Sorry, I missed replying (sooo busy). @[VT member 64c93] is correct.