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A-SSCC 2019 will be held in The Parisian Macao Cotai Central, Macao SAR, China.
Cotai Strip Macao is on the Cotai Strip, the heart of modern Macao's accommodation, event and entertainment offerings. The Cotai Strip is a stretch of reclaimed land that now joins the islands of Coloane and Taipa. It is close to all the major entry points to Macao, by land, sea or air and with easy access to Macao's many points of historical and cultural interest. With a 150+ fleet of ferries, coaches and cars connecting Cotai Strip Macao to air, land and ferry hubs, this integrated city is truly an all-inclusive destination for everyone.
The Parisian Macao
The Parisian Macao is a luxury hotel in Cotai, Macao, China owned by Las Vegas Sands, which has a half-scale 525-foot Eiffel Tower as one its landmarks. The hotel officially opened on 13 September 2016. The property has approximately 3000 hotel rooms, 170 shops and 56,000 sq. feet of meeting space. In addition, the resort features a 1,200-seat theatre. The interior has a large fountain and atrium giving a feel of modern France.
Address: The Parisian Macao, Estrada do Istmo, Lote 3, Cotai Strip, Macao SAR, China.
The Macao International Airport is an international airport in the special administrative region of Macao, situated at the eastern end of Taipa island and neighbouring waters. The airport has been a common transfer point for people traveling between the Mainland China and Southeast Asia.
At the Macao International Airport there are direct Shuttle Buses to The Parisian Macao and there are also Taxis available as a mean of transportation.
The Hong Kong Macao Ferry Terminal is a ferry terminal located in Hong Kong and Macao. The terminal provides ferry services from Hong Kong to Macau and to cities in southern China and vice-versa. The terminal is the main point of departure for ferries to Macau, from Hong Kong International Airport also for transiting passengers only.
In Macao there are two ferry terminals, one is the Macao Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal and the other is the Macao Taipa Ferry Terminal. In both ferry terminals there are direct Shuttle Buses to The Parisian Macao and there are also Taxis available as a mean of transportation.
For Fare, Routing and Sailing Schedule information and details please visit Tubojet website here.
The only option from the Hong Kong International Airport
For Fare, Routing and Sailing Schedule information and details please visit Cotai Water Jet website here.
Mainland China Border Gate
Mainland China Border Gate is one of the border crossings by land between Macau and mainland China, Zhuhai. The border gate is an immigration and customs checkpoint for travelers entering and/or exiting Macao. At the exit of the Border Gate there are direct Shuttle Buses to The Parisian Macao and there are also Taxis available as a mean of transportation.
HZMBus shuttle buses are available 24 hours a day with tickets available for purchase from vending machines or ticket counters. They take around 40 minutes to cross the HZMB.
The HZMB Hong Kong Port can be reached from Hong Kong by taxis or various buses including Cityflyer airport (A-number) routes, or the B5 shuttle bus from Sunny Bay MTR station, or the B6 bus from Tung Chung.
The HZMB Zhuhai Port can be reached from the mainland by taxis or the L1 bus which uses historic tourist vehicles, or Line-12, 23, 25 or 3 buses.
The HZMB Macau Port can be reached from Macau by taxis or various buses including the 101X bus and the 102X bus from St Paul's and Taipa, or the HZMB Integrated Resort Connection bus from Taipa Ferry Terminal or the Exterior Ferry terminal, connecting with free casino shuttle buses.
Hong Kong to Macau
To achieve the goal of future innovation, One Bus will adjust the service route from 16 March. The stop in Hong Kong will be relocated to JORDAN – 505 CANTON ROAD, while Kwun Tong APM stop will be no longer available.
JORDAN BOX OFFICE – 535 Canton Road will be grand opening soon. Beginning on 16 March, the new site will exclusively offer ticketing service in Hong Kong. All guests with Online or Sands membership redemption tickets must redeem in the JORDAN BOX OFFIXE.
Guest can purchase either one-way or round-trip tickets, with no restrictions on westbound or eastbound (one way – HK to Macau or Macau to HK) (Round trip – Hong Kong and Macau).
They offer various payment methods.
They do not offer senior or child discounted fares. Free ticket is only applicable for child under 3 years old and does not occupy a seat.
Passenger Notice: Passengers are required to bring all their own baggage and personal belongings to the Customs clearance.
For more detailed information you can visit One Bus website here.