Escape! Malaysia - - Macao -

Trav­el­ling in Ma­cao is rather con­ve­nient with taxis but vis­i­tors should once again avoid touts and go with es­tab­lished taxi op­er­a­tors or Uber. Pub­lic busses are also avail­able be­tween the Ma­cao Penin­sula, Taipa and Coloane. To avoid the in­con­ve­nience of hav­ing to pre­pare ex­act change, tourists can con­sider pur­chas­ing the MA­CAU pass, an elec­tronic pay­ment sys­tem us­ing IC card tech­nol­ogy. Visit www.macau­ to find out more. Once in the Co­tai strip, con­ve­nient shut­tle busses pro­vide free ser­vices to ar­eas like Stu­dio City, City of Dreams, The Vene­tian Ho­tel, Galaxy Ma­cao and other at­trac­tions. While English is not gen­er­ally spo­ken among com­mon­ers in Ma­cao, ho­tel staff and lo­cal ser­vice per­son­nel in uni­form would be able to as­sist en­quires to di­rect you to all these trans­port fa­cil­i­ties.

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