ACM ICN 2019, Hong Kong, CHINA

Travel Info

Shuttle bus Schedule to University of Macau

A complimentary shuttle bus in the morning to the conference venue –University of Macau and back to the Sands Cotai Central (SCC) in the evening will be provided, and the shuttle bus pick-up point is East Wing Lobby @Sands Cotai Central(close to McDonald). Detailed schedule to be announced 10 days before the conference.

How to get to hotels?

Holiday Inn Macao Cotai Central, Conrad Macao ans St.Regis Macao are located at Sands Cotai Central (SCC), under the same roof. After your arrival in Macau (by COTAI water jet, land or air), you can take a complimentary shuttle bus to SCC. Detailed information of the shuttle bus service can be found at:

How to Get to Macau?

By Air

There are many direct flights from different countries and regions in Asia to Macau. Macau has the direct flights to the following destinations: Bangkok, Busan, Cebu, Chiang Mai, Clark, Da Nang, Fukuoka, Hanoi, Jarkata, Kuala Lumpur, Kaohsing, Sihanouk, Songapore, Manila, Osaka, Phnom Penh, Seoul, Siem Reap, Singapore, Taichung, Tokyo, Pattaya, and other 21 major cities in Mainland China, such as Beijing, Shanghai & Chengdu.

  1. Macau International Airport
  2. Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA)

PS: After arriving at HKIA, delegates need to purchase a ferry ticket from HKIA to Macao. There are two ferry operators — Turbojet and Cotai Water Jet.

By Land

There are two gateways from the Guangdong Province to Macau by land. One is Barrier Gate on the borders on Zhuhai and other is the COTAI Frontier Post at the end of the Lotus Bridge on the island of Taipa.

Barrier Gat, located at the northern end of the Macau is the main entry gate to Macau from Zhuhai in Guangdong Province. It is the gate by which travelers enter Macau from mainland China. Actually all bus services operating between Macau and Guangzhou pass through this gate.

Gongbei Border, nine kilometers away from Zhuhai city's government center, is a Chinese border immigration checkpoint. It connects Macau to the south and several hundred meters from its counterpart, the Barrier Gate.

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) to Macau

To have a pleasant journey to and from the airport, we have put together some tips and suggestions for you. There are two ways that you can travel easily to Macau from HKIA, please read the below information carefully to better plan your trip.

  • By Ferry

    Passengers looking to take a ferry to Macau should proceed to the ferry ticketing counter at Transfer Area E2. DO NOT go through immigration and reclaim your baggage. Passengers who have gone through immigration procedures CANNOT return to the ferry ticketing counter and use the ferry service.

    To use the service, passengers must:

    • Possess the following items:
      1. Same day arrival flight air ticket / e-ticket / boarding pass stub;
      2. A valid ferry ticket;
      3. A valid passport and, if applicable, a visa for Macau.
    • Transfer to Macao within the same day of arrival.
    • Arrive at the Ferries to Macao Ticketing Counter located at Transfer Area E2 at least 60 minutes before the scheduled ferry departure time for ticketing and transfer procedures. For passengers without checked baggage, 30 minutes would be sufficient.
    • For passengers with checked baggage, please present the airline baggage tag receipt for customs clearance and baggage transfer procedures.

    View the right flow chart outlining the required steps.

    Ferry Schedule to Macau: Cotai Water Jet and Turbojet

  • Through Bridge

    If the ferry schedule not works well for you, then simply by Vehicle through the world longest bridge, Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HKZMB). The HKZMB Bridge is quite near the Hong Kong Airport. It only cost 65HKD in the daytime and 70HKD at night. Only took 38 minutes to get to Macau.

    For more information, read here at: