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    A honeymoon couple in Hong Kong sits at a waterfront

    Hong Kong, a destination made up of closely-located islands in the South China Sea, is vibrant in terms of both cityscape and lifestyle. It is a delight for the nature lovers, shopaholics, and children. However, though underrated, a honeymoon in Hong Kong is just as a wonderful experience as in any other popular Asian destination.

    And for those who wish to plan a Hong Kong honeymoon trip, we bring you the ultimate guide. Read this and you will to read no more!

    Things To Know Before Planning A Honeymoon In Hong Kong

    Best Time To Visit Hong Kong For Honeymoon

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    October to December is the best time to visit Hong Kong for honeymoon. The autumn season offers comfortable temperatures and reasonable room rates. Also, it is not a peak season. So, you can enjoy your honeymoon without a large crowd surrounding you.

    Ideal Duration For A Hong Kong Honeymoon

    A couple takes selfie on a honeymoon in Hong Kong

    A 6-7 days trip is the ideal way to enjoy your honeymoon. In addition to Hong Kong, an ideal trip includes Macau that can be reached by a 1-hour-long ferry ride.

    How To Reach Hong Kong From India

    A couple at the Hong Kong airport

    Hong Kong is easily accessible from India. Regular flights are available from Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, and Kochi. A ferry ride of an hour can take you from Hong Kong to Macau.

    Suggested Read: 21 Of The Most Kickass Destinations Which Greet Indians With A Visa On Arrival


    Hong Kong & Macau Holiday Packages On TravelTriangle

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    Places to visit on your Hong Kong honeymoon

    1. Exotic Beaches

    Big Wave Bay in Hong Kong

    The sun-kissed Hong Kong beaches at the shore of the crystal blue waters of the South China Sea are some of the major tourist attractions that should be covered on a honeymoon. For an exotic honeymoon in Hong Kong, do visit these beautiful beaches. These include:

    • Tai Long Wan Beach: Couples can go for romantic strolls on the beach, enjoy beautiful sunsets, and even camp at night. More adventurous couples can surf the waves.
    • Turtle Beach: Couples can spot turtles from the watch huts, chill out, swim, dive, and relax on the rocky outcrops of the beach
    • Kwun Yam Wan Beach: Couples can relax at one of the outdoor cafes of the beach or indulge in swimming, surfing, kite surfing, and kayaking.
    • Shek O Beach: Beach bars, beachside golf course, and activities like rock climbing & paragliding make this beach a must-visit.
    • Big Wave Bay: In addition to the amazing sea views, the beach is a gateway to numerous adventure activities, including hiking and windsurfing.

    2. Ancient Temples and Monasteries

    The grand entrance of the Wong Tai Sin Temple

    A honeymoon in Hong Kong is incomplete without a visit to the famous temples and monasteries. And it is so not only to seek the blessings of the almighty, but also to enjoy the beauty of these religious places. These are thus another top attraction in Hong Kong for couples.

    • Wong Tai Sin Temple in Kowloon: Known for its Grand Hall, Three-Saint Hall, Taoist Temple, and Nine Dragons Wall
    • Po Lin Monastery on Lantau Island: Known for its Three big golden Buddha statues, Tan Tien Buddha bronze statue, and Wisdom Path
    • Man Mo Temple in Sheung Wan: Known for the mystical ambiance created by the smell of incense and the lingering smoke
    • Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery in Sha Tin: Known for the path lined with 10,000 Buddha statues

    3. Amusing Disneyland

    Tourists walking through the themed attractions of Disneyland in Hong Kong

    Disneyland is just as delightful to the love-birds on a honeymoon in Hong Kong as it is to the families with little kids. Various colorful & musical shows in this magical land will surely remind the couples of their childhood making it one of the top Hong Kong places to go.

    Opening hours: 10:30 am – 9 pm (Monday to Thursday) & 10 am – 9 pm (Friday to Sunday)

    Admission fee: The Disney Spectacular Tour costs HKD 4,866, for upto 6 persons

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    4. Entertaining Ocean Park

    The cables cars at Ocean Park, among the prominent Hong Kong tourist places

    This marine-life based theme park is just another destination to visit on your Hong Kong honeymoon. The thrilling rides and the interactive displays woo people of all ages alike. And the ride in the cable car, with the vast stretch of greens on one side & the alluring sea waters on the other, is truly romantic.

    Opening hours: 10 am – 7 pm (Monday to Friday) & 10 am – 9 pm

    Tickets | Website

    Must Read: 15 Delightful Tourist Places In Hong Kong

    Romantic things to do in Hong Kong on a Honeymoon

    1. Take a romantic ride in the Chinese ‘Junk’ Boat

    Riding the junk boat is one of the best things to do in Hong Kong

    Chinese ‘Junk’ Boats are motorized water vessels that designed for leisure. Riding these boats is one of the most romantic things to do in Hong Kong. Honeymooners can enjoy splendid views of the city skyline, wonderful sunsets, and some amazing food & drinks on board.

    2. Treat your beloved with some retail therapy

    The numerous shops selling antiques at the Cat Street Market in Hong Kong

    You wouldn’t want to return back with souvenirs. Now, would you? And there’s no harm in taking your beloved out to chic hubs for shopping in Hong Kong. We are talking about not only the swankiest shopping malls, but also the street markets that sell products of all kinds. And if it is the cash that you are worried about, fret not! Your Visa and AmEx cards are accepted at all places.

    3. Go party and enjoy the nightlife in Hong Kong

    Locals and tourists enjoying the best of nightlife in Hong Kong at the Magnum Nightclub

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    While on your honeymoon holiday in Hong Kong, you need not always retire to your room after the night falls. The financial centre shows altogether a different side in the dark of the night. The best way to enjoy the nightlife in Hong Kong is by partying at the chic pubs & bars. And then there are night trips and tours that can be chosen.

    4. Witness the Symphony of Lights at Victoria’s Harbour

    A mesmerising vista of Symphony of Lights, among the major places to see in Hong Kong

    The Symphony of Lights – World’s Largest Permanent Light & Sound Show – is an highlight of Hong Kong tourism scene. Colorful lights can be seen reaching the sky out of the tall skyscrapers in perfect synchronisation.

    Timings: Daily; 8 pm onwards

    5. Take romantic strolls

    The spiral lookout tower of Tai Po Waterfront Park in Hong Kong

    Hiking on Tai Long Wan & Dragon’s Back trails and walking through the city parks are other romantic things to do in Hong Kong.

    Parks in Kowloon: Kowloon Walled City Park, Kowloon Park, Sung Wong Toi Park, and Urban Council Centenary Garden

    Parks in New Territories: Sha Tin Central Park, Penfold Park, Central Kwai Chung Park, North District Park, Po Tsui Park, and Yuen Long Park

    Other Parks in Hong Kong: Tai Po Waterfront Park, Victoria Park, Hong Kong Park, Aberdeen Country Park, and Lion Rock Country Park

    Suggested Read: 14 Underrated Yet Extraordinarily Romantic Honeymoon Destinations in Asia For Every Budget

    Romantic places to stay in Hong Kong

    A wonderful day out in Hong Kong will be both romantic & tiring. Sooner or later, the couples would want to retreat to the hotel room. And to cater to this need of the couples, there are some luxury hotels in Hong Kong that speak about their elegance, style, and aesthetics.

    1. Four Seasons

    The chic Blue Bar at the Four Seasons hotel in Hong Kong

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    What’s special: Relaxing infinity pool on the 6th floor, fine dining at Caprice, Blue Bar; and signature spa massages

    Tariff: HKD 4,300 per night onwards*

    *1 HKD = INR 8.60

    Website | Reviews

    2. The Landmark Mandarin Oriental

    The Amber restaurant at the Landmark hotel in Hong Kong

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    What’s special: French cuisine at Amber; all-day dining and drinks at Mo Bar; and spa treatments by Natura Bissé and Dior

    Tariff: HKD 4,165 per night onwards

    Website | Reviews

    3. Ritz Carlton

    One of the guest rooms of the Ritz Carlton hotel in Hong Kong

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    What’s special: Dining at Tosca, Ozone, & Tin Lung Heen; chilling out at Café 103 with an afternoon tea; and relaxing over a refreshing champagne and Balik Salmon Fillet at Almas Caviar Bar on 102nd floor

    Tariff: HKD 3,485 per night onwards
    Website | Reviews

    4. Island Shangri-La

    A grand suite at the Island Shangri-La hotel in Hong Kong

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    What’s special: Sumptuous meal at The Summer Palace and shopping at Pacific Place (located just below the hotel)

    Tariff: HKD 2,976 per night onwards

    Website | Reviews

    Still contemplating? Think no more and book a honeymoon in Hong Kong now!

    Frequently Asked Questions About Honeymoon in Hong Kong

    Q: Which are the best honeymoon suites in Hong Kong?

    A: The best honeymoon suites in Hong Kong are the W Hong Kong, Island Shangri-La, and Ritz-Carlton.

    Q: Which is better: honeymoon in Hong Kong or Maldives?

    A: Both the destinations have their own charm and it would depend on the visitor which place they find better according to their preferences.

    Further Read: Finding Our Shangri-La: A Memorable Honeymoon Trip to Hong Kong & Macau


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