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Flights from London Heathrow & six nights in 4* hotel from £678 pp

With easy connections from the airport or the city, flying to Hong Kong with Cathay Pacific is a great way to start your Macao holiday.

Find out our favourite things to do in Macao in 2019 below, then simply click the link to see our hand-picked flight & hotel packages.

Lanterns in Macao. Image courtesy of MGTO.


If festivals and celebrations are your thing, there's the Feast of the Drunken Dragon on 12 May which is an incredibly lively festival, involving lots of rice wine! While 13 May sees the Procession of Our Lady of Fátima on the streets of Macao.

8 - 15 May 2019

Fireworks against the Macao skyline. Image courtesy of MGTO.


Macao's stunning skyline provides the backdrop for the International Fireworks Display Contest in September. Eat delicious mooncakes and spend time with family on the 13th to celebrate the Mid-Autumn festival as well.

11 - 18 September 2019

Macao Grand Prix. Image courtesy of MGTO.


The climax of Formula 3 calendar on one of the most challenging street circuits in the world, the 66th Macao Grand Prix takes place on 14 - 17 November. You'll also be able to indulge in local and international cuisine at the Macao Food Festival. 

12 - 19 November 2019

If you'd like to see packages for different dates or travel in a different class, please click one of the links above, and then edit the relevant fields on the left-hand side on the following page. Prices shown above are based on 2 passengers travelling in Economy direct to Hong Kong, and sharing a room. 

How do I get to Macao from Hong Kong?

Most visitors to Macao that come from the UK arrive by air into Hong Kong International Airport, before taking a fast ferry directly from the airport or from other ferry terminals in the city. 

The city of Hong Kong and Macao are linked by a speedy, reliable ferry service, with boats departing Hong Kong from Shun Tak Centre Ferry Terminal (Hong Kong Island), Tuen Mun Ferry Pier (New Territories) and China Ferry Terminal (Kowloon) which takes around an hour. 

Alternatively you can travel from Hong Kong to Macao via the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, the world's longest sea crossing bridge at a total length of 34 miles, which officially opened on 24 October 2018.

Please note, our packages do not include transfers between Hong Kong & Macao.