Cheap Flights from Shanghai to Macau
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Frequently Asked Questions
When are flight tickets from Shanghai (SHA) to Macau (MFM) the cheapest?Airlines adjust prices for flights from Shanghai to Macau based on the date and time of your booking. By analyzing data from all airlines, on Trip.com, you can find the lowest flight prices on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
How much do flights from Shanghai (SHA) to Macau (MFM) cost?According to Trip.com's data, the lowest price is around US$374.
How long does it take to fly from Shanghai (SHA) to Macau (MFM)?It takes about 2 hours 48 minutes to fly from Shanghai (SHA) to Macau (MFM).
What is the transportation method from the main airport to downtown in Macau?
- The distance from Macau International Airport to downtown is about 4km, by taxi about 20 minutes.
What time does the earliest flight from Shanghai to Macau depart?The earliest flight departs from Shanghai (PVG) at 07:25 and arrives in Macau (MFM) at 10:00.
What time does the latest flight from Shanghai to Macau depart?The latest flight departs from Shanghai (PVG) at 20:45 and arrives in Macau (MFM) at 23:25.
What are the most popular airlines that fly from Shanghai (SHA) to Macau (MFM)?
What's the most popular airline for non-stop flights from Shanghai (SHA) to Macau (MFM)?China Eastern Airlines operates 199 non-stop flights from Shanghai (SHA) to Macau (MFM).
How many airports are there in Macau (MFM)?
What are some travel guidelines for Macau during the COVID19 pandemic?Entry restrictions and flight schedule changes and cancellations are frequently updated and subject to change. If you plan to travel to Macau, please obtain the most updated information from the airline you plan to book your travels with. You can also refer to COVID19 Country/Region Entry Restrictions for more information.
Which airlines offer free date changes for flights to this city during the COVID19 pandemic?There are no airlines with flights to this city that provide this service. Please use this information as a reference only and confirm with the airline prior to booking.
Macau might be known as the “Vegas of the East” but it has its own charm. Macau has been a Portuguese colony for over 300 years. From casinos, five-star hotels, the Grand Prix to one of the world’s first fusion cuisines, architecture, customs, historic sites and beaches, Macau makes for a one-stop destination for travelers of all kinds, with its the East meets West vibe.
How to Get There
You can reach Macau via Macau International Airport (MFM) from Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport (SHA). There are 7 airlines that provide direct flights to Macau which are Air China, Air Macau, China Eastern, Shanghai Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Juneyao Air and Spring Airlines. Air Macau is the most popular airline that flies from Shanghai to Macau and offers cheap flights from Singapore.
Tip: The airport offers transport options like public transport, taxi service, limousine service and shuttle bus.
Things to Do
Macau is known for its casinos and some of them are so beautiful that gambling isn’t even the main attraction and you have tourists stopping in front of these casinos to take pictures. The most famous ones are the Grand Lisboa, The Venetian Casino and Galaxy. The Venetian Casino is one of the world’s largest casino and hotel and it has a shopping mall inside the hotel that is modeled after Venice. And there is an actual canal with flowing water and gondola rides! The mall is a shoppers’ paradise filled with plenty of luxury designer brands and a variety of dining options.
Senado Square, one of Macau’s most popular attraction is simply photogenic and is filled with many heritage sites, shops, restaurants and souvenir vendors. The main square is decorated accordingly based on the festival of the month or season, boasting rich traditions and culture. The square is surrounded by colorful neo-classical buildings.
The Ruins of St Paul, a world heritage site is located within the Senado Square was originally built in the 17th century and was destroyed by fire in 1835. Today only the façade of the Church and St Paul’s college remains. Located just beside this site is the Travessa da Paixao also known as Love Lane with a history of 80 years. The beautiful colored buildings make for a picturesque spot among many tourists.
Rua du Cunha, named after a Portuguese explorer, is a narrow street serving delicious local food. This alley is home to the famous eatery shops in Macau, such as Lord Stow, Gelatina Mok Yi Kei, Seng Cheong Crab Porridge and more.
Tip: The city also puts up incredible shows and performances, living up to its nickname “Vegas of Asia”. You can easily fill an entire day with many different types of performances, from singing to dancing, to opera and light shows.
Where to Stay
There are all kinds of accommodation to suit all kinds of travelers, from spa resorts to luxury hotels and casinos. The best ones include the Galaxy, the Venetian Casino and the Grand Lisboa. There are many 5-star hotels near popular landmarks and attractions such as The Ruins of St Paul’s, Historic Centre of Macau, Senado Square and Performance Lake at Wynn Palace. All in all, it truly is a wonderful experience for all travellers alike.
Tip: A trip to Macau would not be complete without visiting the Taipa Village which is situated on Taipa Island. It gives travelers a real insight of 20th-century culture and heritage of Macau. Taipa also offers a diverse range of dining, shopping, leisure activities, historic attractions, colonial villas and churches.
With so many options, deciding where to stay in Macau can be quite confusing. However, with Trip.com, it is easy to make your hotel reservations as well as Shanghai-Macau flight bookings, with the best rates and customer service.
Plan Your Trip from Shanghai (SHA) to Macau (MFM)
Macau attracts thousands of visitors every year for both business and pleasure. Whether you’re taking a last-minute break or a much needed getaway, flights from Shanghai to Macau on Trip.com can help you get there with ease. With Trip.com, you can browse popular airlines with flights to Macau, check the best season to visit, and preview Macau attractions before you arrive. With flight deals and exciting attractions waiting for you to explore in Macau, the best time to book flights from Shanghai to Macau is now! Planning a trip from Shanghai to Macau is easy when you use Trip.com to help you make travel arrangements. Whether you are flying one-way, non-stop, or round-trip, you will find just the flight you need with us. If you want to lock in a great deal for your flights, go for a round-trip flight, if you need flexibility with your itinerary, book a one-way flight to Macau. With Trip.com, you can search for available flights and hotel rooms, and then make your booking quickly and easily online and on the go. Pack your travel accessories, make a must-see bucket list, and book your flight to Macau on Trip.com today!
A Trip to Remember (SHA—MFM)
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