Climb aboard the TurboJET Macau ferry and discover the delights of glitzy Macau in less than one hour. Departing Hong Kong every 30 minutes all day long, book your TurboJET e-ticket and kick back in comfort on a sleek and stylish fast ferry.
• Choose an Open Day Sailing ticket if you have decided on a departure date but do not know the departure time yet • Open Day Sailing function is applicable for bookings of 6 sets of tickets or less. • You can exchange the e-voucher any time within 40 days from the purchase date • You must choose a departure date no later than 7 days after redemption date. Return sailing ferry ticket date must be issued within 40 days of the departure sailing date • Please note that the seats and time can be reserved only at Meeting Points upon tickets collection based on the existing availability. In order to choose the most convenient time slots please visit one of the Meeting Points a few days prior to your trip • All children over one year old must possess a valid standard ticket • Luggage check-in is available at an additional cost. One piece of hand luggage is allowed in the cabin • Passport or other valid travel document is required to enter Macau
The TurboJET ferry offers seamless sea transport to Macau throughout the day with boats departing every 30 minutes from Hong Kong. Adorned in TurboJET’s unmistakable red and black livery, boats are sleek, modern and able to accommodate as many as 400 passengers on the larger ‘Austral Cat’ catamaran. The TurboJET fleet also consists of smaller catamarans and modern, speedy jetfoils. Cruising at an average 45 knots per hour, it takes just 55 minutes to zip across the Pearl River Delta to fascinating Macau, a historic former Portuguese colony which offers a compelling contrast to Hong Kong. TurboJET Macau ferry vessels are modern and spacious, designed for smooth, speedy travel in ultimate air-conditioned comfort. Each seat gives ample legroom and during the journey you can catch a movie or TV show on the onboard TV screens, grab a bite to eat (at additional charge for economy class travellers) or browse a selection of duty free gifts. Even on the open water you can stay in the loop with work or keep in touch with loved ones thanks to onboard Wi-Fi access. Once you step on to dry land in Macau, you’ll immediately notice the differences between the two colonies. Macau’s claim to fame is its unrivaled status as the world’s biggest, brashest gambling hotspot. It even outdoes Las Vegas for exuberant casino hotels and glitzy entertainment. The odds are also stacked in your favour if you are here to simply soak up the history and culture with a unique east-meets-west experience. Dotted throughout this compact city are centuries old churches and temples, and European style cobbled street and squares. The Portuguese-Oriental fusion cuisine is also a must. Whether for a day trip or a long weekend stay, Macau also fits the bill perfectly for families. The mega casino hotels host awesome family shows like the iconic ‘House of Dancing Water.’ Other cool kid-friendly options include adrenaline rides or fabulous interactive museums. ---------- General Information Ferry ticket collection Save time and stress with a confirmed e-ticket, giving your journey a seamless, hassle-free start. Simply show your e-ticket at Beng Seng Travel, located at Shop 310-312 in Shun Tak Centre - the same location as the ferry terminal - to pick up your ferry ticket and select the preferred trip date. Note that the e-ticket booking service is only valid for round trip ferry journeys originating from Hong Kong. Luggage check-in Each passenger can take one piece of carry-on luggage onboard. Additional baggage can be checked in for a small fee and is processed 45 minutes until up to 20 minutes before the scheduled departure time. Passport checks Travel between Hong Kong and Macau requires valid travel documents or a passport, and although passport and customs formalities are swift and stress-free, it is recommended to show up at the terminal at least 45 minutes before departure time. Please note: Prices differ for weekday (Monday to Friday, except public holidays) and weekend (Saturday, Sunday and public holidays)