Traveling from Hong Kong to Macau is easy. The distance between the two SARs (Special Administrative Regions) is 60 km. With lack of a bridge between the two islands (although coming soon!), travelers are left with two option: ferry or helicopter. Flying is faster but a ferry is more economical.
We have previously featured “free ride” days, on which you can ride the Star Ferry and tram free of charge.
There is another free ride coming up this Wednesday (29th November). Again it is sponsored by the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, to commemorate their 156th anniversary.
Cotai Water Jet is one of the ferry services linking Hong Kong to Macau. We have reviewed it here.
The service celebrates its tenth anniversary in November and to celebrate they have some promotions.
First, they are offering one way tickets in their first class for $100.
From food carnivals, film festivals, world-class events to colorful local events, Hong Kong is the place to get the experience. With such a range of fascinating events, Hong Kong has been dubbed as the events mecca of Asia. When asked, most people say that it’s the colors, dragon parades,
Hong Kong’s iconic Star Ferries are the cheapest way to cross Victoria Harbour, but they are about to get a little bit more costly.
With effect from Saturday 15 July, the route between Central and TST route will cost $2.70 on weekdays (was $2.50) and $3.70 on weekends and public holidays ($3.40) on the upper deck.