Wedding ceremonies and dinners can be experienced both inside and out, with the most stunning taking place in the garden of Le Passage Mohkan Shan over-looking the working tea plantation and outdoor pool. Central to this is the Antique Rose Garden, nestled in and among the tea plantation, that features 12,000 different bushes representing a wonderfully diverse selection of over 20 varieties from May to November. The splashes of corals, pinks, and reds form a breathtaking backdrop to wedding photo-shoots, as well as providing freshly picked flowers that make each wedding awash with color and the smell of fresh rose perfume.

Following a wedding ceremony or aperitif in the garden, guests can head to the elegantly-appointed Oriental Banquet Room, a new sophisticated ballroom that harks back to the style of old grand European country houses. The room has been designed specifically for weddings, and can be set up in a round- or long-table setup at the request of the guests.

Chef Jackie Meng and his team have created a series of French-inspired Western menus and now Chinese menus for wedding banquets. For a French feast, guests can enjoy different menus from three to four courses that include appetizers like Pressed Foie Gras & Confit Bresse Chicken Terrine; and Salad of Asparagus, Scottish Salmon & New Potatoes with Grain Mustard Dressing. The Intermediate course can include dishes like Poached Scottish Lobster with Baby Vegetables & Therminor Sauce; and Steamed Dover Sole, Lobster Bisque, Spaghetti Vegetable and Cucumber.