Ferry from Hong Kong to Macao with TurbojetThis flight is part of my trip to Melbourne through Hong Kong and Macao:
- American Airlines DFW-HKG Business 77W Review
- Mott32 Restaurant in Hong Kong Review
- Rosedale on the Park Hong Kong Hotel Review
- Overcoming Disappointment at Tim Ho Wan in Hong Kong
- The Great Scrambled Eggs Nazi at Australia Dairy
- Ferry from Hong Kong to Macao with Turbojet
- Sheraton Macao Review with Free Ferry Transfers
- Cathay Pacific HKG G16 Lounge Review
- Cathay Pacific HKG The Bridge Lounge Review
- Cathay Pacific HKG The Cabin Lounge Review
- Cathay Pacific HKG The Pier Lounge Review
- Cathay Pacific First Class JFK-HKG Review
- When a First Class Passenger Responds to a Medical Emergency
- Cathay Pacific HKG-KUL Business Class Review
- Malaysia Airlines KUL-MEL Business Class Review
- ACMI Melbourne Dreamworks Animation Exhibition
- Melbourne Healesville Sanctuary Review
- Grand Hyatt Melbourne Hotel Review
- Melbourne Marathon 2014 Race Day Review
- Singapore Airlines First Class MEL-SIN-ICN-SFO Review
- Star Alliance First and Business Lounge Review at MEL
- Singapore Airlines Business, First and Private Room at SIN
- Qantas MEL Domestic Business and First Class Lounge
- Qantas BNE International Business and First Class Lounge
- Hong Kong Ferry Terminal Macau Restaurant
- Hong Kong Olympian City Tim Ho Wan Dim Sum Review
- Hong Kong Airport Plaza Premium Lounge
Before I went to the ferry terminal, I stopped into one of the recommended Hong Kong Milk Tea places. This is definitely one of those hole in the wall places. I walked right past it the first time.
Hoi On cafe
One of the very few authentic old-school HK diners keeping it real in this fast-moving cosmopolitan city. $14. G/F, 17, Connaught Rd, Sheung Wan, 2540 6340.
It was really good. I enjoyed it on my walk back to the ferry.
Once I got there, I booked a ticket at with TurboJet. They have ferries every 20-30 minutes. It was reasonably priced and you can pay by credit card.
Once I got the ticket, I went over the West Bridge over to the pier.
. Once I got there, I went to see the person at the red booth to get a seat assignment. Its all done manually. I highly recommend the double seats near the bulkhead (row 14). There are a few rows behind it. The rest of the rows has 3 seats (at the window) whereas the front few rows only have two.
Below is the lounge for the premium first class tickets.
Below is the picture of the ship and the walk down to the boat. Getting on this ferry was so much easier than getting on the boat in Antarctica.
Below is a picture of the bulkhead seat.
It took a bit longer to get to Macao than advertised. I sat in the front so I was one of the last ones off the ship. When we exited, there were a few women holding signs for the various casinos and resorts on the island.
I took one of the shuttles to the Sheraton Macao on Cotai Island (review in the next post).
Here are some pictures of the return trip.