The Legend Palace Hotel is a 2-minute walk from the Macau Ferry Terminal. Alternatively, guests may choose to take a complimentary ride on the shuttle bus from the ferry terminal to the hotel or take the public transportation to the Macau Fisherman's Wharf.
Bus: 1A, 3, 10B, 10X, 28A, 28B, 28BX, 32, AP1, N1A
Guests can take the public transportation to Macau Fisherman's Wharf.
Proceed through Customs and, once in Macau, take the shuttle bus or public transportation from the Gongbei Border Gate to Macau Fisherman's Wharf.
Bus: 10, 10B, 10X, AP1
The Legend Palace Hotel is a 20-minute taxi ride from the airport to the hotel. Alternatively, guests may choose to take the public transportation.
A direct express ferry whisks you from HKIA directly to Macau Customs within the hour, without the need to pass through Hong Kong Customs.
Limousine, shuttle bus and taxis are available for transfer to and from the Macau airport, Taipa Island and Macau downtown area. Our Concierge will assist you in making all the necessary arrangements for any transportation requirements during your stay.
All visitors must hold a valid passport or travel document. If travel arrangements are made through an agent, the visa processing must be handled by the agent as well.
For more information, please visit the Macau Tourism Website.
Address : Macau Fisherman’s Wharf, Avenida da Amizade
Telephone : (853) 8801 8801
Fax : (853) 8801 8802
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
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