All visitors must hold a passport or a valid travel document for travel to Macau.
All visitors are required to have a visa except nationals of countries which are exempted from a visa or entry permit. A Macau visa can be obtained through the Embassies/Consulates of the PRC and should be used within its validity. Visitors may also apply for an entry permit or visa upon arrival at the immigration checkpoint. However, visitors from certain countries are required to obtain a visa in advance before their trip to Macau.
Do I need a VISA?
Visit http://www.fsm.gov.mo/psp/eng/EDoN.html to find out whether you need a visa or not.
1. Macau is either visa free or visa-upon-arrival for most of the countries.
2. Only visitors from Bangladesh, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Vietnam are required to apply for a Macao visa in advance through a Chinese embassy or consulate.
3. Visitors from Mainland China can apply for a Hong Kong Macau Entry Permit to travel to Macau for up to seven days at your 户籍所在地出入境机关.
For more information, please visit: http://www.fsm.gov.mo/psp/eng/AfMV.html
Macau is easily accessible by air, sea, or land.
Direct flights service the Macau airport from a number of regional centers in Asia, including major cities in China, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. A list of flights and airlines that service the Macau airport can be found at Macau Airport.
Alternatively, participants can fly to the larger Hong Kong International Airport, and then commute to Macau via sea or land. (HongKong Airport)
There are ferry services from Hong Kong and direct services from the Hong Kong International Airport. Details of these services and schedules can be found here: TurboJet or CotaiJet .
Alternatively the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge has recently opened, providing another way to travel to Macau. This 55km bridge is currently the longest bridge and tunnel sea crossing in the world, providing quick access to the three cities.
There are two land border crossings from Zhuhai to Macau. Gongbei Port ( 拱北口岸) is at the north of Macau peninsula, offering pedestrian and car crossings between the two regions. Lotus Bridge (蓮花大橋) is a vehicle only crossing to the west of Taipa Island, linking Macau to the Hengqin Island in Zhuhai, China.