A Remarkable Pre Wedding In Bangkok

May 19, 2022

Bangkok: The Land Of Smiles

Beautiful landscapes, crowded streets, divine vibes and…? And what? Just the two of us leaving all the responsibilities and hectic stuff behind, spending a quality time walking with each other until the sky showers its holiness up on the endearing pair. If you think this is the best feeling in the world, then you must plan a remarkable pre wedding in Bangkok.


Bangkok, the capital of Thailand is a sanctified yet adventurous city. It is said to be the dream destination for those who desire a duo of spirituality and escapade. Thus, making it an ample destination for organizing a magnificent pre wedding.


Best Pre Wedding Locations In Bangkok

Though Bangkok comprise of flourishing attractions in abundance, we have shortlisted some of the best pre wedding locations in Bangkok which you will surely find happening.


Best Location According To Us

According to us, one needs to spend at least 2 days to cover the entire pre wedding shoot and Rama VIII Bridge, the Grand Palace and China Town make the most extravagant pre wedding destinations in Bangkok which a couple must not forget in their list.

Wat Arun

Also known as the Temple of Dawn, Wat Arun is one of the most string riverside landmarks of Thailand. The temple is named after the Indian god of dawn. Besides being a spiritual architecture, it also caters to a spectacular landmark for conducting a pre wedding shoot.

The temple remains open from 8:30 in the morning until 5:30 in the evening. One can get access in the temple premises with a nominal fee of 50 Baht. When the spires of Wat Arun make an impressive shadow against the skyline, a picturesque view of the glittering monument can be seen from the east side of the river at sunset.

Location: Central Bangkok (46 Kms from airport)

Rot Fai Park

Only a short taxi ride away from Chatuchak Market, a hidden gem in Bangkok can be discovered. This park consists adjoins other parks too, namely Wachirabenchatat Park, Queen Sirikit park and Bangkok Butterfly Garden and Insectarium.

If you want to explore the nature, just grab a bicycle on rental available at the entry gate of the park on hourly basis and enjoy the lush green ridges and the diverse wildlife which adds on to this natural experience. The park tour also includes train engines, basketball courts and running tracks.

Location: North Bangkok (30 minutes away from airport)

Note: One needs to take tuktuk to get on either side of the park available at pocket friendly prices.

The park remains open for everyone from 5AM to 9PM daily. There are no entrance fee to the park, however, you need to pay for the bicycles over with prices starting at 20 Baht for around 3 hours (The hours and prices may vary).

King Rama VIII Bridge

Being the first and only bridge in Thailand with the asymmetrical cable-stayed style, Rama VIII suspension bridge caters to one of the most beloved location for a perfect pre wedding in Bangkok. Moreover, it is the fifth longest bride of such type in the world. Surrounded by the pleasant atmosphere and remarkable landscape by the side of Chao Phraya river, the couple gets a chance to commemorate King Ananda Mahidol of Thailand.

Entrance Fee: NIL

How to reach: Just a 10 minute walk from center of Bangkok city, one can reach this destination

Walkways created at the sides of bridge for travelers provide a distinguished view of the city, rendering to masterpiece one can see in the form of the perfect shots clicked by a professional photographer.

Khao San road

Lip smacking food, vibrant colors, people everywhere. This has been a daily schedule on the famous Khao San Road in Bangkok, making it a major tourist attraction spot. Packed into 1 km-long strip are countless shops, hotels, parlors, eateries, clubs and the most important part: carefree and friendly surroundings.

What else does make this road happening? Yeah, you got it right, a pre wedding shoot in the middle of Thais, telling the world that it is your day, by conveying the real meaning of this auspicious occasion through the medium of your pre wedding diaries

Location: Western Bangkok, 40 -50 minutes away from airport

The Grand Palace

Located at the heart of Bangkok, The Grand Palace was a former residence for the ings of Thailand, Today, it serves as a venue for hosting royal ceremonies and welcoming foreign dignitaries. It is a royal and lavish venue for planning a pre wedding in Bangkok.

The Palace is divided into two main zones, The Emerald Buddha and the royal residence.

Inside The Grand Palace area, stands another Bangkok attraction called the Pavilion of Regalia, Royal Decorations and Coins, where Thai coins and Regalia are displayed.

Entry Fee: 500 Baht

Restrictions on clothing in the premises:

  • NO PANTS OR SKIRTS THAT SHOW ANKLES (basically no mini skirts, shorts, 3/4 length pants, etc)
  • NO BARE CHESTS (obviously this mainly applies to men)

China Town

Located on Yaowarat road, Chinatown is the biggest Chinese community in Thailand. It is like a heaven for foodies, since the street gets filled with incredible food stalls full of mouthwatering Chinese food items and seafoods. That is what Chinatown night market is famous for. Shooting a pre wedding on such a street, full of liveliness and TUK TUKs still remains a dream for many.

Location: 25 minutes from airport via a taxi.

Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon

Just an hour drive from Bangkok, one can reach this holy destination situated in Ayutthaya to get the most of a perfect pre wedding in Bangkok. The history of this monastery sets in 1357, where the two princes of Ayutthaya died of cholera. Thus, the king ordered to exhume their bodies and establish a monastery at the cremation site.

For those approaching this landmark from eastern side of city, the Chedi of Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon can be visible from a distant range because of its massive height.

Location: North Bangkok, 80 Kms from center of city and 1 hour from airport.

A rectangular gallery encircles the principal chedi. The gallery is enclosed by by an outer wall, which along with the pillars inside can be seen. The operating timings are from 9am to 6pm with an entrance fee of 50 Baht. 

However, other than this, it also caters as an offbeat tourist attraction for all the foreigners worldwide. Thus, making it an apt venue for a pre wedding shoot resulting in a unique and fun experience. 

Palio Khao Yai

Built like a small Italian village with small narrow streets filled with lots of small shops, Palio at Khao Yai, resembles the traits of a perfect pre wedding in Bangkok. Palio market is a weekend market with 20 shops including coffee shops, bakery, wine cellars and garden too. It also offers areas to hold events and catering too. Moreover, Bed & Breakfast and boutique hotel accommodation are also available. Timings are as follows:

Monday through Friday: 10:00 – 20:00

Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 – 22:00

Location: Located in Nakhon Ratchasima, 280 Kms from Bangkok.

A rectangular gallery encircles the principal chedi. The gallery is enclosed by by an outer wall, which along with the pillars inside can be seen. The operating timings are from 9am to 6pm with an entrance fee of 50 Baht.


However, other than this, it also caters as an offbeat tourist attraction for all the foreigners worldwide. Thus, making it an apt venue for a pre wedding shoot resulting in a unique and fun experience.


Best Time To Visit Bangkok

Best time to visit Bangkok is between Late November to Mid February.



Nearest Airport: Don Mueang International Airport (DMK / VTBD)

Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK / VTBS)

1) Take taxis at night and tuk-tuks during the day.

2)Cover up your knees and  elbows when visiting temples.

3)Don’t talk about the king

4)Gambling is only permitted on certain days (If you are casino-pro)

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