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Macau Ferry Terminal – HZMB Bus Terminal: Free Shuttle Bus

After finishing lunch at “COD” in the Cotai area of Macau, I returned to the “Macau Ferry Terminal” by taking the free shuttle bus provided by “COD” to head back to Hong Kong.

There are two main ways to travel from Macau to Hong Kong: by ferry or by bus. When entering Macau from Hong Kong, it was more convenient to take the ferry, so I arrived via the ferry. However, I decided to return to Hong Kong by taking the bus through the “Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge.”

“How to Get from Macau Ferry Terminal to HZMB Bus Terminal”

The bus station where you can board the bus that crosses the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge is called the “HZMB Bus Terminal.” While there may be various ways to reach the bus terminal, taking the provided shuttle bus from Macau Ferry Terminal is the most straightforward option.

First, I boarded the shuttle bus at “COD” in the Cotai area of Macau, and it took about 20 minutes to reach the Macau Ferry Terminal.

“Free Shuttle Bus Stop at Macau Ferry Terminal”

If you head to the eastern end of the shuttle bus stop, which is provided for free by the hotels at Macau Ferry Terminal, you’ll find the free shuttle bus to the “HZMB Bus Terminal,” where buses to Hong Kong, Macau, and Zhuhai depart. The acronym “HZMB” is derived from the initials of “Hong Kong,” “Macao,” and “Zuhai.”

After boarding the bus at Macau Ferry Terminal and traveling for about 20 minutes, you’ll arrive at the HZMB Bus Terminal. The “HZMB Bus Terminal” is quite large, comparable in size to an airport, as China still operates under the “One Country, Two Systems” policy, treating travel between Hong Kong, Macau, and Zhuhai as crossing borders.

I was surprised by its much larger scale than expected, and from the “HZMB Bus Terminal,” I was able to travel from Macau to Hong Kong by bus.

“Macau, HZMB Bus Terminal”