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3 best beach wedding venues in Hong Kong

The phrase “walking down the aisle” has become such a conventional description of people getting married. Traditionally, the church would be the most typical place to host wedding ceremonies. The aisle is the passage down the middle of a church between the two blocks of seats. So it’s only natural people associate the action of “walking down the aisle” with wedding ceremonies. But times are different now, you can basically choose to get married in any location you desire, be it amusement parks, museums, beaches, gardens, boats, underwater or even at the North Pole. You might think Hong Kong is too much of a metropolis or even a concrete jungle for beach weddings, but think again. Today we are showcasing 3 of the best beach wedding venues where you can get hitched in Hong Kong with a flawless beachside experience.

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ClubONE Repulse Bay

What would be a better backdrop for your wedding ceremony than a perfectly panoramic sea view at ClubONE Repulse Bay? Just that simple French white arch at the centre would make a nice focal point and the best setting to exchange your wedding vows. Right next to the terrace is an extravagant 5000 sq. ft. banquet hall with a seating capacity of 500 pax where you can enjoy contemporary Cantonese cuisine at its best.

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The Marquee & Seaview Terrace

Also located at Repulse Bay is The Marquee & Seaview Terrace featuring a spacious sun deck and a spectacular marquee that allows for flexible seating arrangements, theatre, boardroom, classroom style, you name it. These gorgeous marquees are already a rare find in Hong Kong, to begin with, not to mention the size and capacity of them (they can seat up to 200 pax!). These semi-alfresco marquees can also give you some peace in mind so you do not have to worry about the foul weather anymore (while still enjoying a certain level of that alfresco vibes).

 

 

Bathers

For those who want the experience of walking on sand with their bare feet on their big day (you and your guests probably need to bid farewell to the pumps or stilettos though), Bathers is a great option for you. Not only do they provide impeccable 3 to 4-course menus, but they also have a team of experienced event professionals who can assist you in all areas of event management. Rest assured, all the nitty-gritty from audio-visual requirements to complete event concepts will be in good (and capable) hands.

We know how hectic wedding planning can be which is why we have partnered up with Freehunter, the social networking site dedicated to local creative talents, and they have come up with a list of wedding photographersand the approximate quotations of wedding photography for all the brides-to-be. Don’t forget to take a look at their list of wedding MC as well, so you can cross another item off your to-do list.

Credit to Venue Hub

The phrase “walking down the aisle” has become such a conventional description of people getting married. Traditionally, the church would be the most typical place to host wedding ceremonies. The aisle is the passage down the middle of a church between the two blocks of seats. So it’s only natural people associate the action of “walking down the aisle” with wedding ceremonies. But times are different now, you can basically choose to get married in any location you desire, be it amusement parks, museums, beaches, gardens, boats, underwater or even at the North Pole. You might think Hong Kong is too much of a metropolis or even a concrete jungle for beach weddings, but think again. Today we are showcasing 3 of the best beach wedding venues where you can get hitched in Hong Kong with a flawless beachside experience.

image-for-ClubONE-Repulse-Bay-03.jpg#ass

ClubONE Repulse Bay

What would be a better backdrop for your wedding ceremony than a perfectly panoramic sea view at ClubONE Repulse Bay? Just that simple French white arch at the centre would make a nice focal point and the best setting to exchange your wedding vows. Right next to the terrace is an extravagant 5000 sq. ft. banquet hall with a seating capacity of 500 pax where you can enjoy contemporary Cantonese cuisine at its best.

image-for-the-repulse-bay-marquee-and-se

The Marquee & Seaview Terrace

Also located at Repulse Bay is The Marquee & Seaview Terrace featuring a spacious sun deck and a spectacular marquee that allows for flexible seating arrangements, theatre, boardroom, classroom style, you name it. These gorgeous marquees are already a rare find in Hong Kong, to begin with, not to mention the size and capacity of them (they can seat up to 200 pax!). These semi-alfresco marquees can also give you some peace in mind so you do not have to worry about the foul weather anymore (while still enjoying a certain level of that alfresco vibes).

Bathers

For those who want the experience of walking on sand with their bare feet on their big day (you and your guests probably need to bid farewell to the pumps or stilettos though), Bathers is a great option for you. Not only do they provide impeccable 3 to 4-course menus, but they also have a team of experienced event professionals who can assist you in all areas of event management. Rest assured, all the nitty-gritty from audio-visual requirements to complete event concepts will be in good (and capable) hands.

We know how hectic wedding planning can be which is why we have partnered up with Freehunter, the social networking site dedicated to local creative talents, and they have come up with a list of wedding photographersand the approximate quotations of wedding photography for all the brides-to-be. Don’t forget to take a look at their list of wedding MC as well, so you can cross another item off your to-do list.

Credit to Venue Hub

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