Honeymoons in Hong Kong
Hong Kong is a wonderful place by day or night. With its modern day sky scrapers set against a lush hillside backdrop, it’s a view that will take your breath away and leave lasting memories for anyone who witnesses it. An ideal destination for your honeymoon...
Hong Kong Overview
For honeymooners looking to mix buzz with peace and quiet, Hong Kong offers all of this and more. For those who love to shop, you can immerse yourself in one of the many stylish department stores and malls found throughout Hong Kong Island, the New Territories and Kowloon. For the bargain hunters out there, Hong Kong’s renowned street markets are full of colour and life where you can fine tune your bargaining skills for the item of your dreams then try out some of the delicious hotpot dishes from the bustling food stalls of which there are plenty. Stepping away from the hustle and bustle of the Hong King streets, you can find many green places in which you can relax on your honeymoon and soak in the peace and tranquility. Kowloon Walled City Park is one of Hong Kong’s original walled cities and has been conserved as a city park for all to enjoy. It features beautiful gardens, sculptures and plenty of walkways to meander through. Enjoy a romantic walk with your loved one and take in the beautiful scenery as you capture another unforgettable memory of your honeymoon. A little further from the city, you can enjoy a relaxing time on one of Hong Kong’s many beaches. From the Deepwater Bay Beach, popular for it’s proximity to the centre, to the relaxed shore of Silvermine Bay, there’s a beach to suit all kinds of holiday maker and the honeymoon couple alike.
Top 3 Must Do’s when on honeymoon in Hong Kong
- Take in the superb panoramic vista of Hong Kong Island at the vantage point at beautiful Victoria Park.
- Have late night drinks for two at the top of the stunning five star luxury Peninsula Hotel as you look at the dazzling view of Hong Kong Island by night.
- 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: 12 hours from London
When to Honeymoon in Hong Kong
When to go:
Hong Kong benefits from a real sub-tropical climate with sunshine most days. However, with changing seasonal temperatures and high humidity, the best time to visit is between September and March.
You can start your honeymoon to Hong Kong by travelling from Dublin with Aer Lingus which will connect you to a Virgin Atlantic flight in London Heathrow. Total flying time approximately 16 hours!
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No visa required for stays of up to 180 days for Irish couples looking to honeymoon in Hong Kong.
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Getting Married in Hong Kong
If you are planning on getting married abroad and are looking for an up beat and vibrant city in the Far East then why not consider getting married in Hong Kong. Famous for its high rise buildings, excellent service and delicious food, Hong Kong is also full of top class hotels and resorts, many of which cater for weddings. If you are interested in getting married in Hong Kong then it would be advisable to contact several of the hotels and see where your dreams can take you. Plan a visit up the Victoria Peak with your wedding photographer and marvel over the fabulous city as you become husband and wife in this exciting, eastern destination.
A marriage can take place at a marriage registry by a registrar; or in a licensed place of public worship by a competent minister or at any other place in Hong Kong by a civil celebrant of marriages. A written notice of intended marriage on the prescribed form must be given in advance either directly at a marriage registry or through a civil celebrant of marriages in Hong Kong.
There are no residential requirements on the marrying parties.
The minimum legal age for getting married is 16 years of age
For further information and documentation visit http://www.immd.gov.hk/ehtml/bdmreg_4.htm
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