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We would like to marriage at Bali.
Indonesian law dictates that marriages must be conducted by a Priest or Minister of one of the five religions recognized by the Indonesian government - Islam, Hindu, Buddhist, Catholic or Protestant.

The marriage will be registered with the district Civil Registrar & the ceremony must be performed under religious rites.

We have no religion is it still possible to marriage at Bali Emoticon: Confused ?
Could you please inform us ?

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You already gave the answer yourself: no, you can't..

But what about getting married back home and party your ass of in Bali?

Ho Lee Fuk

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