Ferry – Kowloon to Macau

Introduction
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Ferry – Kowloon to Macau
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Ferry – Macau to Kowloon
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Following our stay at the Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui, our next destination was Macau.

We decided to take the ferry over to Macau, as it is the most practical. Your other option is to take a short flight there but not having to deal with getting to the airport early, checking in, etc. made taking the ferry the easy choice.

China Ferry Terminal
China Ferry Terminal

To take the ferry from Kowloon, we headed over to the China Ferry Terminal, which is located in the China Hong Kong City building which features a mall, office buildings and The Royal Pacific Hotel.

It was a quick 10 minute or so cab ride from the Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui.

Upon entering in the parking garage, look for the China Ferry Terminal sign and take that to the arrivals/departures level.

Ticket Office
Ticket Office

Look for the TurboJet sign. The ferry costs approximately $22 USD each way.

When presenting your ticket, you will get an assigned seat (which I initially did not know). You will also have to present your passport to get to the terminal.

Boarding
Boarding

Once boarding started, it was a mad house to get onto the ferry. Once we presented our tickets at boarding we were directed to the left. We grabbed seats in the front row in order to have more leg room.

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Onboard

It wasn’t until we were underway that I realized that there is assigned seating. Since nobody came up to us informing us that we were in their seats, we decided to take advantage of the infinite leg room.

The water was kind of choppy on the way over to Macau since it was cold with occasional sprinkles.

Official Time
Official Time

The ferry ride to Macau took a seemingly long 1 hour and 3 minutes.

Utilizing the ferry is very easy and I highly recommend it if planning on going to Macau.

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