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Alternative Wedding Venues In Hong Kong

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Bathers

Think an exotic beach ceremony is reserved for destination weddings only? Think again. Sea views and sand are the order of the day at waterfront restaurant Bathers, nestled on Lantau’s Lower Cheung Sha Beach. The folks at Bathers are experienced professionals in all things weddings, including event management, audio-visual requirements, and event concepts and decorations. The 100 guest venue also offers a selection of three to four course menus featuring fresh European dishes. Just make sure to remind guests to leave their stilettos at home.

Bathers, 32 Lower Cheung Sha Village, South Lantau, Hong Kong, 2504 4788, [email protected], bathers.com.hk

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Crown Wine Cellars

Historically significant event sites are hard to come by in Hong Kong, making this pre-World War II military bunker turned modern wine cellar all the more special. The stand out space here is the 1,500 square foot colonial styled conservatory, which boasts an abundance of natural light. Perfect for intimate weddings (the venue accommodates up to 30 guests only), Crown Wine Cellars is surrounded by ethereal forest green. Boasting the honour of being declared a UNESCO Asia Pacific Heritage site, it’s a magical place to exchange your vows.

Crown Wine Cellars, 18 Deep Water Bay Drive, Shouson Hill, Hong Kong, 2580 6287, www.crownwinecellars.com

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One-Thirtyone

Introducing Hong Kong’s version of a country retreat – One-Thirtyone is perfect for those couples wanting an intimate alfresco affair. Nestled in the bay of Sai Kung’s Three Fathoms Cove, the restaurant is situated within a three-storey Mediterranean-style house which opens out onto lush green lawns. How very European! Looking to end your celebrations in style? The front lawn can accommodate small helicopter landings, and a private dock allows for yacht moorings. As for guest capacity, the outdoor space can comfortably hold up to 80 guests.

One-Thirtyone, 131 Tseng Tau Village, Shap Sze Heung, New Territories, Hong Kong, 2791 2684, [email protected], www.one-thirtyone.com

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Pomegranate Kitchen

It can be tempting to “go big or go home” when planning a wedding, but we’re firm believers in the inherent chic of a quietly understated approach. Enter Pomegranate Kitchen – a striking minimalist venue complete with open-plan kitchen and over 2,000 square feet of outdoor terrace space (because who doesn’t want to get married under the stars?). White on white interiors provide a blank canvas for couples to truly create the wedding of their dreams. Pomegranate Kitchen can accommodate up to a maximum of 140 standing guests (outside) or 80 standing (inside). The price for venue hire starts at $7,000, though this fee is waived when you opt for Pomegranate’s in-house catered dining.

Pomegranate Kitchen, 4B Sing Tech Factory Building, 44 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong, 2580 0663, 2580 0983, [email protected], www.pomegranate.com.hk 

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The Peak Lookout

Between the breathtaking waterfront view, pretty outdoor gardens and Grade II listed architecture, The Peak Lookout really does have it all. We love the old world charm of this alternative wedding venue pick. Amp up the romance with fresh floral decor and make sure to have your first dance at sunset for some truly dreamy photo opps! Capacity-wise, this option seats 120 indoors and 200 on the Garden Terrace.

The Peak Lookout, 121 Peak Road, The Peak, Hong Kong, 2849 1000 (Restaurant), 2532 6274 (Events), [email protected]www.peaklookout.com.hk

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Star Ferry

A Hong Kong wedding deserves a suitably Hong Kong backdrop. And we can’t think of a better one than the Harbourfront – aboard the iconic Star Ferry no less. Whether for reception cocktails or the actual ceremony itself, couples can take their pick from four charming double decker boats for hire. Accommodating up to 150 guests, depending on boat type, we love the rustic elegance of this wedding venue option. Hourly rental starts at $5,800 (excluding additional electricity, berthing and table charges) for the “Classic Ferry”, but can easily go up to $26,800 for the more modern (read air conditioned) “World Star”.

Star Ferry, 2118 6120 (Ferry Hire), 2118 6207 (Event, Promotion & Venue Use), [email protected], www.starferry.com.hk

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White Chapel Auberge

If you’re reading this you’ve probably already decided that a church wedding venue is not for you. But when it comes to the White Chapel in Auberge, Discovery Bay, you may want to make an exception. With a modern sleek design, floor-to-ceiling glass windows and waterfront location, we promise this is not like any other church you’ve seen before. Accentuate the drama by opting to add on the venue’s horse-drawn open-air carriage (did someone say fairytale vibes?). And if you’re wondering about capacity, the chapel accommodates 60 for a banquet and 120 with theatre-style seating for a wedding ceremony.

White Chapel, Auberge Discovery Bay Hong Kong, 88 Siena Avenue, Discovery Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, 2295 8288, [email protected]www.aubergediscoverybay.com/wedding/the-white-chapel

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