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Answer 1 of 11: Hi We intend to fly into Hong Kong and from Hong Kong, hop onto the shuttle bus to cross the new bridge into ZhuHai. I have searched the websites and cannot find any links on where and how to buy tickets. Would appreciate if anyone can.
Hong Kong - Zhuhai - Macao Bridge Shuttle Bus (Guangdong) Co Ltd operate an initial fleet of about 120 shuttle buses (about 20 double-deck and 100 single-deck) between Hong Kong Port and the Boundary Control Facilities at Macau and Zhuhai. The buses operate between, and terminate at, the border control points Passengers must pass through immigration control in order to board buses and also.
Here's a comprehensive Hong Kong DIY itinerary (with day trip to Macau) to make most of the travel. Travel guide and budget are included.
Boasts leaving for Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon departs every 15 minutes, and boats for Shun Tak Ferry Terminal on Hong Kong Island set off every half an hour. But they takes almost the same time for one way trip, about one hours. Passengers can choose which terminal you should depart from as per your schedule or needs. If you want to go shopping in Hong Kong, you.
Macau Practical Information. Shuttle bus service and Cotai Water Jet will be suspended until further notice. Getting to Parisian; Obtain a Macau Visa; Macau Currency (MOP) TRAVEL SERVICE; BY AIR From the Macao International Airport: Only 5 minutes away via the complimentary Parisian shuttle bus. From Hong Kong International Airport: A direct express ferry whisks you to Macau within an hour.
A daily direct bus service between Hong Kong to Macau (Sands, Venetian, Parisian). Operating 365 days a year.. ZHUHAI - MACAO BRIDGE. Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) being situated at the waters of Lingdingyang of Pearl River Estuary, is a mega-size sea crossing linking the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), Zhuhai City of Guangdong Province and Macao Special.
The Hong Kong - Zhuhai - Macau Bridge. The shuttle buses are fairly new whereas the ferries have been running for ages, ferries have the routine down. With the shuttle buses there were a few hiccups at the beginning, i.e. process of clearing immigration or finding the right bus afterward, but now most wrinkles seem to be ironed out. You could take the express shuttle bus to Macau and the ferry.