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Which route more convinience

E L
Singapore, Singapore
3 posts
Which route more convinience

Hi, I wish to Visit Macau and Shenzhen. I will arrive HK on 1st week of August. which place is more convinience to visit from HK? (I want to save my travel time as I only have max 1-2 days time to visit each places). Go to HK-Shenzhen-Macau or HK-Macau-Shenzhen is better?

I need some advise before I buy my return ticket back to Singapore. I am ok to take a return flight from Shenzhen or Macau. Thanks.

Regards

Christchurch, New...
Destination Expert
for Zhuhai, Christchurch, South Island
Level Contributor
40,192 posts
450 reviews
1. Re: Which route more convinience

It really doesn't matter. Ferries are more frequent between HK& Macau than between Macau & SZ. Also the MTR from HK to Lowu is cheaper than either of the ferries, if that is a concern.

Hong Kong, China
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8,463 posts
11 reviews
2. Re: Which route more convinience

If you are planning on staying in Macau overnight, try to arrange your travel so that you will not be staying there on a Friday or Saturday - room rates sky rocket at weekends! In the other cities, there isn't such a price difference.

E L
Singapore, Singapore
3 posts
3. Re: Which route more convinience

Thx for your info. Really helpfull. :)

Guilin, China
Level Contributor
22 posts
4. Re: Which route more convinience

The two routes are almost the same. So you may check the price for departure flight from Shenzhen and Macao.

E L
Singapore, Singapore
3 posts
5. Re: Which route more convinience

Thx. The answer right to the point. :)

6. Re: Which route more convinience

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