China Ferry Terminal is one of the three cross-border ports in Hong Kong located at China HK City in Canton Road, north of Harbour City Shopping Mall.
After spending three days in Hong Kong, our family decided to visit Macau and make it our final stop. To get there, we went to China Ferry Terminal, one of the three cross-border ports in Hong Kong, located at China HK City in Canton Road, north of Harbour City Shopping Mall. We chose this terminal due to its proximity from our hotel in Nathan Road. It’s very accessible by public transportation and only about a 10-minute walk from Kowloon Park. If you’re taking the MTR, board at the Tsim Sha Tsui (Exit A1). The terminal can also be reached by bus #14 in Kowloon.
There are a number of ticketing counters in the terminal offering same day and advance trips. Vessels that depart from this transport hub range from fast hydrofoils to huge triple decker ships. We opted for the First Ferry catamaran because it’s cheaper than other ferries. One-way fare during weekends costs 148HK$. Fare actually varies depending on time and day of departure.
Before leaving, we checked out the adjacent mall within the terminal complex, bought some souvenirs, and enjoyed the skyline view from the harbour.
Hong Kong China Ferry Terminal operates from 6am to 10pm on Monday to Friday, and 6am to 2pm on weekends and public holidays. For First Ferry daily schedules and fare rates, visit ==http://www.nwff.com.hk/eng/fare_table/local-macau/?section=Macau==