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Hotels & Airbnb Vacation Rentals Near Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal, Macao From 25 USD

Hotels & Airbnb Vacation Rentals Near Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal, Macao
Nicole
Nicole
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The Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal is a ferry terminal and heliport which provides services to Macau and cities in southern China. The terminal is centrally located in Hong Kong, and is connected to other forms of public transport, including the Mass Transit Railway. Before you jump on the ferry, it’s well worth exploring nearby attractions. Head to the Hong Kong Maritime Museum to learn more about the region’s history. If you’re a sports fan, stop by the Queen Elizabeth Stadium, an indoor arena which is host to a variety of sports, including squash and badminton courts. Finally, when you’re feeling hungry, head to Ichiran, a popular ramen restaurant. We’ve created a list of hotels and Airbnb vacation rentals near the Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal, so read on to explore the list.

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Nicole is an American expat living in London, England. When she moved from the midwest to London in 2012, it was her first time leaving the US. She has traveled steadily since then, making trips...Read more

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