Macau Transport Guide
Transport in and out of Macau includes road, sea and air transport. Road transport is the chief mode of transport within the region itself. As for public transport, you can hop on buses or hail taxis.
How to get around Macau
Life on the water: a daily ferry connects Macau with Shenzhen in mainland China and 2 ferry companies operate between Hong Kong and Macau virtually 24 hours a day. Macau is also linked directly to Hong Kong International Airport by high-speed catamarans. There are plenty of connections from Macau International Airport. Within Macau, buses and taxis are the only way to go – the good news is bus services are frequent and inexpensive. Taxis are plentiful near the airport, the ferry terminal, and the major casinos and hotels in the city but it’s harder to get one during rush hour on the streets – so allow extra time. Or take a trishaw - a tricycle and rickshaw hybrid. It’s a unique mode of transport in Macau, mainly for sightseeing purposes. Trishaw operators hang out next to Hotel Lisboa and the Macau ferry terminal.