You’ll recognise the elegant Holiday Inn Macau, in the heart of Macau’s lively business district, by its ornate, colonial facade. At this central hotel you’re never far from Macau’s landmarks, like the iconic Ruins of St Paul’s cathedral, 5km away and mosaic Senada Square, 4km away. Soothing aromatherapy massages and facial treatments clear your head in our relaxing Tea Tree Spa.

You can be in Hong Kong in 1 hour from Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal, 10 minutes away by complimentary shuttle bus. Racing fans flock to the island for November’s Macau Grand Prix, 1.5km away, while vintage racing cars and ancient wines are displayed at the Grand Prix and Wine Museums, 1km away.



Macau is served by Macau International Airport, which acts as a major hub for destinations in Southeast Asia and Mainland China. It is well-connected to several places across Asia, including Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Shanghai, Bangkok, Singapore, Taipei, Ho Chi Minh City, etc. The airport is served by many airline carriers like AirAsia, Air China, Air Macau, Jetstar Pacific Airlines, Shanghai Airlines, Siam Air and many more.

There are no railways in Macau so the only other way to reach the city is via ship or ferry. Macau Ferry Terminal is the main ferry terminal of the city and handles most of the sea traffic between Macau, Hong Kong and the ports in Mainland China. From the terminal, there are regular bus services that will help you reach your destination in Macau. Other ferry terminals in Macau are Pier No. 11 at the Inner Harbour and the Taipa Temporary Ferry Terminal.

You can reach Macau by bus from Guangzhou. The trip takes around 3 hours and there are regular bus services to and from Macau. Buses are also available from Shenzhen, Dongguan and Zhuhai. 


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