Honeymoon in Hong Kong

Hong Kong for Honeymooners

In the classic romantic film, A Many-Splendoured Thing, Han Suyin tells of how she met Mark Elliot and how their love grew against the stunning backdrop of Hong Kong. They found many reasons to celebrate life and in various places they spent many blissful hours, dreaming of a lifetime together.

Visit the places they visited and see for yourselves the beauty that they saw. For just as Hong Kong was the place their love blossomed, Hong Kong could be the place for a beautiful start to your lifetime of love and happy memories.

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Hong Kong Night Spots

For a night out in town, you will find that Hong Kong has no lack of places where you can hold each other close and dance the night away, or indulge in the exuberance of young love at the discos. For a more sedate experience, the restaurants and cafés provide just the right ambience that you Read More...

Islands and Fishing Villages

The lovely beaches of Repulse Bay and Deep Water Bay were a good enough start for Suyin and Mark, but their story takes place in 1949 and, granted, there were fewer visitors then than there are now. For something more secluded, head for the South Bay Beach, but if you care to take a hike to the Sai Kung, you'll find yourselves a veritable paradise on the stunning Tai Long Wan Beach surrounded by lush tropical greenery in the hills.

Shek O is a wonderfully rustic little village with lots of character, which you can explore with your soulmate, while Aberdeen – the little fishing village that grew into Hong Kong – is another interesting place to go to, especially for dinner at one of its double-decked restaurants over the water, with the twinkling lights of Kowloon and the New Territories just across the water.

Go camping on Lantau Island, climb its mountains, or cycle around the island, with the cool crisp air blowing through your hair.

Cosy Lo So Shing Beach on Lamma Island is ideal for spending a carefree, sun-soaked day, which you can end with a romantic seafood dinner at one of the restaurants in the villages there. Take the plunge into the lovely waters of Pui O Beach and Cheung Sha Upper Beach, which come complete with facilities like changing rooms, toilets and refreshment kiosks as well as accommodation.

The beaches aren't the only good things about the islands around Hong Kong. Lamma has a lovely countryside with little hillocks and green grassy carpets, frequented by playful butterflies along the path that leads up to the little pavillion atop a little hill that commands a breath-taking view of the island. There is also a village on stilts which is home to the Tanka people.

Hop on a little sampan that will take you over to Cheung Chau island in a jiffy, and spend an enchanting evening walking along its Mediterranean-style promenade.

Nature Lovers

Hong Kong does not only have a striking and romantic coast; it also has a warm and cozy interior that will have you flushed with delight, at the blissful memories you'll take away with you.

Country parks and lovely hiking trails provide the perfect setting for a romantic tryst amongst the trees. Visit the marine parks and encounter delightful dolphins. Let tender thoughts prevail as you lie in wait at the Mai Po Marshes for the splendidly plumed birds, many of them a testament to true love, as they mate only with one partner throughout their lives.

The Love Boats of Hong Kong

Cuddle close together on the narrow seat of the little wooden sampan, rocking over the waves, with only the sounds of the sea birds breaking the silence of the still evening, as it slowly makes its way back from the islands where you enjoyed a day of laughter and romance.

A ride on the Star Ferry at dusk is just the thing for starry-eyed lovers. A captivating sight awaits as the city slowly lights up, just as a whispered compliment lights up her face with a dazzling smile just for you.

Surprise him with a cruise aboard a Chinese junk or take him up and down the busy Victoria Harbour, taking in the sights from the waterway as you go along. Book yourselves a trip on the restaurant cruise ship and tuck into a sumptuous dinner, accompanied by live music. A night of pure joy, dancing or simply sitting back and taking in the magnificent view of the harbour, with your main man or leading lady right beside you.

The Streets of Hong Kong

The streets of Hong Kong are fairly bursting with life. Some parts of the city feature cobbled streets and trams while other parts are ultra-modern. A tour of culture and heritage awaits and you can get your fortunes told or pledge your love once again at one of the many temples.

Take home something special to remind yourselves of the your enchanting honeymoon in Hong Kong. There are lots of shopping malls where variety is almost limitless. Or you can try the more interesting Temple street night market. Meanwhile, Nathan Street in Kowloon, Pedder House and the Hung Hom factory district also.

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