How to get to Banyan Tree Macau
Getting around in Macau
From Macau International Airport (MFM)
- The hotel is located only 5 kilometres from the airport. Take the free Galaxy Shuttle Bus (20 minutes) local taxi or Hotel Limousine (10 minutes, 24-hour service).
From Taipa Ferry Terminal
- The Ferry Terminal, connecting Cotai to Hong Kong, is 5 kilometres from the hotel. Take the free shuttle bus, local taxi or hotel limousine (24-hour service)
From Macau Lotus Border Gate
- The Lotus Border Gate, connecting Macau to the mainland, is only 3 kilometres from the hotel, and accessible via free shuttle bus, Hotel limousine or local taxi.
From Macau Ferry Terminal and Helicopter Port
- The Macau Ferry Terminal connects to Hong Kong from Macau City, and is 9,3 kilometres from the hotel. Take the free shuttle bus, local taxi, or book a hotel limousine (24-hours service).
From Border Gate
- The second border, connecting Macau to mainland China is located 11.5 kilometres from the hotel. Expect 45-minute travel on the shuttle bus, or 30 minutes by local taxi or hotel limousine.
From Ruins of St. Paul
- The famous church ruins in Macau City is 9.8 kilometres from the hotel. 30 minutes by taxi or hotel limousine.
From Macau Golf & Country Club
- The golf course is 5 kilometres from the hotel. Take a local taxi or hotel limousine.
From Taipa Old Village Town (Guan Ye Jie Street)
- The old village is 1.3 kilometres from the hotel. Take local taxi or hotel limousine. Or take a 15 minute stroll.
From A-Ma Temple
- The temple is 6.5 kilometres from the hotel, and is reachable with hotel limousine or local taxi.
From Macau Tower
- The 338-metre-tall tower is located 5.7 kilometres from the hotel. Take local taxi or hotel limousine.
Banyan Tree Macau is located within the Galaxy Macau™ on the Cotai strip. With the world’s largest resort deck, there are plenty of things to do right outside your villa or suite. Half an hour drive from Cotai, you can visit Macau City for more traditional sightseeing and experiences.
MOP (Macanese Pataca), HKD (Hong Kong Dollar) and RMB (Chinese Yuan) are all accepted currencies.
Macau is a tourist destination, and no special attire is required
66 nations are currently exempt from visa. Most other countries can obtain “visa on arrival’ for a fee. A few countries are required to apply for visa in advance (Bangladesh, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sri Lank and Vietnam). Check the official Macau immigration website for updated information http://www.fsm.gov.mo/psp/eng/AfMV.html
It is not common to give tips in Macau
In case of a medical emergency, call Emergency: 999/110/112 Hospital Conde s.Januário : (853) 2831 3731 Kiang Wu Hospital : (853) 2837 1333 University Hospital : (853) 2882 1838