Over the years it has become a fairly common sight to see people celebrate their wedding in Koh Phangan. Some couples come to a beach in Koh Phangan for their honeymoon, others to renew their vows, and others to have their wedding ceremony. I am sure that at some point someone must have got married at the Full Moon Party. Every party I expect there are a few wedding proposals as well. Haad Yao is no exception. Sandy Bay Bungalows has wedding packages to make it easy for people to arrange their big day.
For people who spend their working life in a big city with cold winters and high prices there is something magical about a beach wedding. It is tying the knot in a paradise setting. It is very romantic and the wedding guests can enjoy a beach holiday on a tropical island at the same time.
Sandy Bay Bungalows is a family-run bungalow resort on Haad Yao that has been running since 1985. It is a mid-range resort with swimming pool, restaurant and free wifi. They have cheaper fan bungalows as well as deluxe bungalows with air-con, satellite TV, fridge and safe.
The wedding package offered by Sandy Bay Bungalows offers a profusion of flowers and floral decorations including a floral arch to walk through during the wedding ceremony. They also provide a band for the reception and then later on a DJ with light show. Since this is Koh Phangan they also have a fire dancer.
Wedding guests can sit down to a meal or have a sea food BBQ on the beach. Either option means fine, clean linen and a proper sense of occasion.
Simply contact Sandy Bay Bungalows for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 66 (77) 349119
It should be mentioned that the ceremony is not considered legally binding whether it is performed by a Christian priest or Buddhist monk. In Thailand people have a wedding ceremony but have to go a government office to officially register their wedding. Some do and some don’t.