The Government has announced new specific arrangements for inbound tour group travellers. Travellers who are received by licensed travel agents are allowed to enter specific catering premises to have meals according to the itineraries while holding the Amber Code. Click here for more details.
The Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macao Bridge (HZMB) is a mega-size sea crossing linking Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macao. It is the longest bridge-tunnel system sea-crossing in the world, crossing the waters of the Lingdingyang channel in the Pearl River Estuary. Hong Kong Port has a Passenger Clearance Building with a floor area of over 90,000 square metres and the 12km Hong Kong Link Road connects the Hong Kong Port to the 29.6km Main Bridge, which is comprised of a 22.9km sea viaduct and 6.7km sub-sea tunnel. After a distance of 41.6km, the bridge arrives at the Zhuhai Port and Macao Port. From there, the 13.4km Zhuhai Link Road brings the total length of the HZMB to 55km. HZMB substantially cuts the travelling time between Hong Kong, Macao and Zhuhai, while further connecting Hong Kong to the major cities of the Greater Bay Area and the cities of Guangxi province. Visitors can take buses connecting Hong Kong on one side and Zhuhai and Macao on the other, while enjoying the sea views along the route.
There are many ways to get to and from Hong Kong Port at the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge. Find out more here.