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Have you always dreamed of having a wedding like Hong Kong celebs Sammi Cheng and Andy Hui?

From exquisite ocean-side chapels to luxurious villas – you name it, you have it. Who says you can’t have your groom arrive on a white horse and sweep you off your feet as you exchange vows in an exotic island in the middle of nowhere?

You can walk down the aisle in all that glitz and glamour. It’s once in a lifetime.

Here’s what some famous celebs did when they tied the knot. And here’s how you can do too – marry in (celebrity) style.

1. Exchange vows in a glass chapel atop a cliff

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That’s what Hong Kong diva Sammi Cheng did when she married her actor boyfriend of 22 years, Andy Hui.

The couple had a private wedding at the secluded Wiwaha Chapel, which can seat up to 40 guests, and is situated on a 40-metre cliff top – with a breathtaking view of the Indian Ocean.

Who says you can’t say “I do” just like in a fairytale?



Photo credits: Hilton Bali Resort

2. Hold a sunset ceremony with 20,000 roses

If you revel in extravaganza and glamour, you can take a leaf out of Aussie actress-model Jennifer Hawkin’s three-day all-white reception at Semara Uluwatu resort, where she tied the knot with her builder boyfriend Jake Walls.


They officially became man and wife in a stunning sunset ceremony overlooking a picturesque cliff edge, under an elaborate white marquee strewn with 20,000 roses.


Now that’s what we call magnificently romantic.

Photo credits: Semara Uluwatu resort

3. Float down a sandy aisle by the sea

Fancy the crashing waves serenading you as you walk down the aisle with the sand beneath your feet?


Malaysian supermodel Amber Chia did just that when she wedded her manager (and longtime friend) Adrian quietly at the Diwangkara Holiday Villa on Sanur beach, where the backdrop is a unique blend of the cultural and the modern, with traditional stone statues and luxury pools at your feet.


The classy beach chic wedding was simple yet elegant – if you want a dreamy, no glitz, no frills ceremony, this may just be the one for you!


Photo credits: Wedding Guide Asia, Holiday Villa Bali

4. Go all exotic with a Balinese Hindu Wedding

Tired of all the typical beautiful white weddings? Want to wed like how the traditional locals do?


Photo via Rexmailpix

Mick Jagger from Rolling Stone and Texas supermodel Jerry Hall had a Balinese Hindu wedding, with traditional marriage rituals – offering prayers with incense, dressing up in traditional costumes, and entertaining with traditional music and dance.


Tradition is no longer boring. It’s called being exotic.

Photo credits: Balinese Pre-Wedding Photography, Senandung Swastika blog, The Daily Mail

5. Hold an intimate family gathering

Who says you can’t have a grand ceremony and a cosy family gathering at the same time? In Asia, weddings are often seen as a union of two families.


That’s what Chinese actress Yang Mi and her Hong Kong actor beau Hawick Lau believed in when they wedded at the elegant luxury resort Bulgari, and walked down the aisle carpeted with white blossoms to the cheers and tears of their loved ones. It was an intimate family affair.


If you prefer a more down-to-earth and private wedding, and simply want to share the joy with your loved ones on your big day, many Balinese villas can create that very setting.


So no unnecessary stress of having an exotic ceremony. All you need to remember is to walk down the aisle and say “I do”.

PLEASE NOTE: All the above information is correct at the date of publication. If you come across any changes or updates, please let us know and we will update the information accordingly. Thank you!
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