Tuen Mun ferry port in Hong Kong connects you with Macau (Outer Harbour) in Macau with a choice of up to 42 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Tuen Mun to Macau crossing is from 1 hour and the crossing is operated by TurboJet.
Tuen Mun is a city located in Hong Kong, China, resting near the mouth of the Tuen Mun River. The port is a pivotal transport link for the region, becoming the gateway to the popular city of Macau and to Shenzhen Airport.
A rich history sewn together by the harmonious atmosphere grown from the tight community – Tuen Mun is a small world in itself. To truly explore the unique history belonging to the region, be prepared to cover a fair distance; the entire landscape is covered in steep hills and jagged coastal mountainside, proving to be the perfect setting for anyone with a penchant for arduous hikes. The entirety of the city is adorned in tempting walking trails, however, the standout attraction is unmissable; Castle Peak defines the skyline in a wave of imposing cliffs and rocky formations – an arduous task for even the most keen hiker.
When scenery is as stunningly beautiful as it is in Tuen Mun, it is easy to overlook the manmade landmarks that adorn the city, however, the array of intricate designs and imposing structures are as equally impressive as the striking mountains. Tsing Shan Monastery is one of the three oldest temples in Hong Kong, and a common place of pilgrimage for those longing to see the religious elements to the building.
Tuen Mun is easy to negotiate around, with train and bus networks in operation around the city.
148 Wu Chui Road, Tuen Mun, New Territories
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