Honeymoons in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong Overview

Couples embarking on their honeymoon need to embark to a land that fulfils both their dreams.  A honeymoon in Hong Kong offers a chance for a magnificent adventure in a city that has fabulous venues and explorations that will live on in your minds as the magic that you shared as you embarked on your matrimonial journey.

A honeymoon in Hong Kong is the perfect destination to indulge in romance.  With magnificent scenery, colorful back streets, historic sites, fabulous foods, and an array of activities, there are plenty of romantic opportunities and adventures to delight both of you.  It’s a land of laser and light shows, romantic cruises, tram rides, untamed wilderness, and wonderful amenities. 


Key Facts for Hong Kong

Currency: Hong Kong Dollar

Languages: Chinese, English

Flight time: 6 hours from Delhi

When to Honeymoon in Hong Kong

When to Go:  Hong Kong is a destination that can be enjoyed throughout the year due to its mild climate; however May to mid-September can be quite hot.

Flight Info:  Several airlines serve the route from India to Hong Kong and back.  Air India, Jet Airways, Air China all offer flights from New Delhi.  A nonstop flight is about five hours, while flights with one stop are about 13 hours. 

Currency:  Hong Kong Dollar

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Getting Married in Hong Kong

A destination wedding in Hong Kong can offer one of the most engaging and unexpectedly beautiful settings in the world.  With a combination of the past and the present, stunning scenery, and rich historical and architectural culture, the possibilities are endless.  From marvelous hotels overlooking Victoria Harbour, to green spaces, and churches, a wedding in Hong Kong can create the ideal atmosphere for even the most discerning couples.

Marriage Requirements

Hong Kong

To wed in Hong Kong, couples will have their choice of a civil ceremony or a religious ceremony.  Both are legally binding.  You will need to provide written notice of your intended marriage to the Marriage Registry and this will need to be done at no less than 17 days prior to your wedding date.  Both bride and groom Both of you will need to provide your ID, certificate of marital status, birth certificates, details of your current occupation and address, full names of both parents, and theneecessary registration fee.  If you or your partner is widowed or divorced, you will need to provide relevant documents.  Two witnesses are also required.  To gather more information, please click HERE.