Honeymoons in Beijing

Beijing is a vibrant and bustling city with a wealth of ancient places to visit, coupled with the modernity of the 21st century. It's awash with palaces and also plenty of green areas in which to relax such as Fragrant Hills. If you're looking for somewhere very different to spend a honeymoon, then Beijing has it all.

With a history that goes back more than 3,000 years Beijing has more than it's fair share of places of interest to visit. With regular flights from South Africa you could be exploring this fascinating part of the world in a little over 18 hours. There is much to see, that the hardest bit is knowing where to start. Tian'anmen Square is the largest city square in the world, and will keep you occupied for several hours. Climb the rostrum, attend the flag raising ceremony or visit the National Museum of China. The Summer Palace will export you to another world, full of quiet tranquillity, with courtyards, lakes and pretty promenades. Take in one of the lively outdoor markets selling all manner of things and if you're there in the spring be sure to visit some of the botanical gardens that are perfumed with exotic scents and filled with romantic blooms. With so much to do and see your honeymoon in Beijing will give you enough memories to last a lifetime.
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Beijing Overview

Beijing has been the capital of China for more than 800 years and has many reminders of its imperial past. As well as exploring this past, the city has modernity and vibrancy, and it is this fascinating mix that makes it such a unique honeymoon location. With a wide choice of accommodation to suit all budgets, why not stay and experience all that this amazing city has to offer.

Beijing is a modern spread out city in the North of China and has a wealth of interesting places to visit which serve as reminders of China's imperial past. With regular flights from Canada, you could be experiencing a honeymoon in Beijing in little under 18 hours. No visit to Beijing is complete without a visit to the Forbidden City which is a treasure trove of Chinese historical and cultural relics and also one of the 5 most important Palaces in the World. The Temple of Heaven is another must see and makes for some great photo opportunities. After a day spent touring the sights, wind down and enjoy the varied nightlife on offer. The famous bar streets of Sanlitun or Houhai have a diverse selection all play all kinds of music. Visit the opera, see acrobatics and watch a Kung Fu show, the list of things to do is endless.

Key Facts for Beijing

Currency: Yuan Renminbi

Language: Chinese

Flight time: 13 hours from Toronto

When to Honeymoon in Beijing

When to go:
Autumn is regarded as the best time to visit Beijing with beautiful clear skies and comfortable climate. The seasons are temperate spring, wet summer, clear autumn and cold and white winter!

Flight Information:
British Airways offer a direct flight from London Heathrow to Beijing taking just under 10 hours to start your in Beijing!


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UK and Irish Nationals require a visa for entry in to China.

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Getting Married in Beijing

If you're looking to get married abroad in a destination that is full of culture and tastes of the Orient, then why not consider Beijing. Capital of China, Beijing offers a vibrant mix of history and modernity. Just imagine getting married with the Great Wall of China as your wedding photos backdrop or how about getting having a garden wedding featuring scenes of Chinese classical imperial gardens. With some stunning venues which can host both your wedding and ceremony, weddings abroad in Beijing are truly unforgettable.

Marriage Requirements


In order to get married in China it is customary for one of the couple to be a Chinese citizen or to be  a resident. To get married a couple need to apply to their local civil affairs office. They will need to take with them a completed marriage registration form and all documents in a foreign language will need to be translated into Chinese. A Chinese partner will need to have a Certificate of Marriageability, birth certificate and a household registration book (Hukou), health certificate and a letter from their parents giving their child permission to marry a foreigner. The foreign partner requires a passport, Chinese resident permit, health certificate, 3 photos of the couple taken together, registration fee and a certificate of marriageability. It only takes about an hour for the documents to be reviewed and the application approved. Once the Marriage Office has approved the application they will issue a marriage certificate which the couple can collect. For more information visit http://www.gowealthy.com/gowealthy/wcms/en/home/articles/entertainment/getting-married/Getting-Married-in-China-1217759427109.html

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