7 Best Bachelorette Party Ideas And Venues In Hong Kong
Let's be honest—wedding planning can be stressful. With your bestie’s big day fast approaching, what better way to celebrate and relax than to throw the bride-to-be a fun bachelorette party?
From pampering treatments to luxurious getaways and exquisite dining experiences, we’ve compiled a list of the best hen party ideas in Hong Kong, for you to host an unforgettable soirée before your lady begins her next beautiful chapter:
1/7 A luxury staycation
For the bride squad with limited time to leave the city for a getaway, Landmark Mandarin Oriental is an ideal place to be for some much-needed R&R before the big day.
After enjoying exquisite dishes at Landmark Mandarin Oriental’s iconic restaurants such as Amber and Sushi Shikon, check into the hotel’s Entertainment Suite. Designed by acclaimed interior designer Joyce Wang, this 2,250-square-feet paradise comes with fancy entertainment systems, a stunning marble bathtub and a master bedroom equipped with high-end bedding.
The suite also takes pride in offering a 4-meter long “Cabinet of Delights”, where guests can find wines, snacks, exotic teas and coffees, and even a popcorn machine—seriously, what’s not to love?
Landmark Mandarin Oriental, 15 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong, +852 2132 0188; mandarinoriental.com/landmark
2/7 An afternoon tea party
If you’ve got a bride who loves all things classy, dainty and luxury, she will definitely love the idea of enjoying an afternoon tea at the surrealism-inspired boutique hotel—The Luxe Manor. This hotel features four differently themed private rooms, where you can sample Nordic flavours in a sophisticated atmosphere.
Walking through the glamourous pathway on the second floor, you’ll find one of their most popular rooms—Nordic Summer—which is decked out with Insta-worthy flower-lined walls and colourful furniture. Just be sure to book your visit in advance, as a room at The Luxe Manor is one of the hardest to reserve for a beautiful afternoon tea experience in town.
The Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, +852 3763 8888; theluxemanor.com
3/7 A blissful pampering session
We know how jam-packed the bride’s pre-wedding schedule is, so why not take a moment to relax and breathe some life back into the tired skin by spending a day at the Four Seasons Hong Kong Spa?
Equipped with premium facilities, spacious private treatment rooms and a professional team of therapists, this place is a serene oasis that invites the future bride to unwind with her ladies in absolute comfort and privacy. Guests can expect a wide variety of beauty and spa treatments such as body waxing, restorative facial and luxury jade stone massage.
Once your treatment is done, spend the rest of the afternoon at Nail Bar for a premium manicure service with gorgeous harbour views to give your nails a little makeover for the big day.
Four Seasons Hong Kong Spa, 8 Finance St, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3196 8888; fourseasons.com
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4/7 A luxury yacht party
Just because we love indoor gatherings for intimate conversations and some pre-wedding pampering, doesn’t mean we have to sacrifice a chance to have a luxe day out on the water—especially if the bride has planned her wedding during the summer months.
Thanks to one of Hong Kong’s most iconic five-star hotels—The Peninsula—you can charter a luxurious private yacht and surprise the future Mrs. with a nautical themed party. With a capacity to accommodate to 15 guests, the yacht boasts first-class hospitality and catering services, where guests can watch the sunset and even the Symphony of Lights show while enjoying canapés, champagne and wine.
Don’t forget to pack your chic shades and swimsuits, so you can soak up the sun in style and capture a few beautiful snaps with the ladies against the backdrop of Victoria Harbour on the deck.
Discover more at peninsula.com
See also: 10 Luxury Yachts You Can Rent In Hong Kong
5/7 A picture-perfect dining experience
Nothing really beats a hen party on a glamorous rooftop bar with panoramic views overlooking Hong Kong’s skyline. While the city has no shortage of alfresco venues serving up international fine dishes, one that truly stands out is Piqniq.
Perched on the top of H Queen's in Central, Piqniq is designed for the free-spirited. The large terrace is adorned with lush greenery and colourful beanbags, where guests will find refreshing cocktails and gourmet bites such as wagyu beef sando and leek quiche.
The bar is also equipped with state-of-the-art entertainment systems, and even a DJ booth for the bride squad to dance the night away under the stars.
Piqniq, R/F (Rooftop), H Queen’s, 80 Queens Road Central, Hong Kong; +852 5200 1683; lecomptoir.hk
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6/7 All aboard the iconic Hong Kong tram
Looking for a unique party venue to surprise your unconventional bride? Chartering a vintage open-top tram (or called as "Ding Ding" by locals) would be a superb idea.
Gather your girls and take a leisurely ride on the city's most iconic mode of public transport. You'll encounter bustling streets, beautiful cityscapes and glittering skyscrapers along the track in Hong Kong Island. Think evening breeze, light music and amazing delicacies such as Chinese dim sum platter, black caviar rolls, wine and champagne. This will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience you and your beloved bride will never forget.
Discover more at hktramways.com
7/7 A next-level glamping experience
If the future bride is an outdoor enthusiast who has a thirst for thrills, consider taking her to a luxury caravan, where you can get in touch with nature without sacrificing on creature comforts.
Many people only go to Lantau Island for the Big Buddha, but only a few know that there’s a glamping site—Welcome Beach—located on the island, where you can spend a night or two with your girls inside one of the luxury caravans for a truly unforgettable party.
All of the caravans at Welcome Beach are well equipped with air conditioning, television, mini-fridge, Wi-Fi access and an open kitchen. After spending a day exploring the hiking trails and the beautiful Cheung Sha beach nearby, head back to the caravan and bond with the ladies with a wonderful evening barbecue.
Welcome Beach, 57 South Lantau Rd, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, +852 2890 9980, welcomebeach.com.hk