Honeymoons in Hong Kong
With streets bursting with life, beaches to chill on and a blend of cultures to immerse yourself in, Hong Kong is a place of diverse features and qualities that will never loose its appeal. It’s a perfect place for an unforgettable honeymoon…
Hong Kong Overview
Where ancient meets modern and east meets west, Hong Kong offers an incredible buzz for those who wish to explore and experience a city full of culture, architect and tradition. With streets alive with shoppers who are happy to loose themselves in the busy commercial district, and bars and restaurants filled to bursting, there is never a dull moment in this vibrant metropolis.
While on honeymoon, why not see the sites and taste the culture by hopping on Hong Kong’s tramline, known affectionately by the locals as the ‘Ding Ding’. Taking in beautiful residential areas and vibrant city life, the line travels from Kennedy Town, west of Hong Kong Island to the east, Shau Kei Wan. With so much to see while on honeymoon, you can sit back and enjoy the ride whilst drinking in the bustling life of the Hong Kong Islanders and their visitors as they go about their day.
Just minutes from the centre, why not visit one of the many beautiful temples and pledge your love once more then relax together in one of Hong Kong’s many beach locations. This city offers everything from energy to tranquility, ideal for honeymoon couples who want more than the average holiday.
Top 3 Must Do’s when on honeymoon in Hong Kong:
- View the incredible panoramic vista of Hong Kong Island at the vantage point at gorgeous Victoria Park.
- Have romantic late night drinks at the top of the stunning five star luxury Peninsula Hotel as you look at the dazzling view of Hong Kong Island by night.
- A must – visit the temples! Wong Tai Sin, the most well known temple is beautifully decorated and is very popular with worshippers.
Key Facts for Hong Kong
Currency: Hong Kong Dollar
Languages: Chinese, English
Flight time: 9 hours from Sydney
When to Honeymoon in Hong Kong
When to go:
Hong Kong enjoys a sub-tropical climate with sun shining most days. However, with varying seasonal temperatures and high humidity, the best time to visit is between September and March.
Hong Kong is approximately 9 and a half hours from Sydney with direct flights from British Airways and Qantas Airlines.
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Getting Married in Hong Kong
If you're looking at getting married abroad and want a destination that is full of culture, historical sites and stunning scenery, then why not consider the tiny Island of Hong Kong. With remote beaches to visit, mountainous landscapes to hike and colourful streets and temples to explore, this tiny island has it all. There's some stunning hotels with jaw dropping banquet rooms and ornate gardens in which to host either an indoor or outdoor wedding, and with views across from Victoria Harbour, your wedding photos will have some pretty impressive back drops too. All in all weddings abroad in Hong Kong can suit the most discerning of couples.
A couple can choose between either a civil or religious ceremony since both are legally binding in Hong Kong. Whatever type of ceremony is desired, written notice of intention to marry has to be sent to the Marriage Registry at least 17 days before the intended date of the wedding. Both parties will need to produce the following documents: ID (passport/IC card), certificate of marital status, details of current occupation and address, birth certificates, full names of both parents, necessary registration fee. If either has been divorced or widowed, then the necessary papers to that effect as well. Two witnesses will be required. For more information visit http://hongkong.angloinfo.com/countries/china/hongkong/marriage.asp
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