Splendid Asian Prenup Locations for the Lovey-Dovey Couples
Mar 17, 2017 03:19
More and more couples are realising the importance of pre-wedding aka prenup shoots. Prenup shoots are now pretty much famous across the world and it comes with various benefits, ensuring that your wedding is extra special while giving you a lot of memories to treasure later on.
Let’s talk about some Asian prenup locations you can visit for your prenup shoots.
Macau. The blend of Portuguese and European architecture in Macau offers plenty of options when it comes to photo areas. The gorgeous Fisherman’s Wharf is perfect for a casual yet romantic photo shoot whereas the fountains at Senado Square might suit the more typical, formal engagement shoot.
Kuala Lumpur. Apart from a flourishing hipster café scene, Kuala Lumpur boasts some rare and exciting locations for an outstanding photo shoot. This includes the ultra-modern Putrajaya Bridge, stately Petronas Towers, ancient Railway Station, and countryside allure of University of Putrajaya’s cow farm. Coming here is also a great justification to do a little shopping at some factory outlets!
Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwan’s city centre, Taipei is an awesome location for your once-in-a-lifetime pre-wedding photo shoot, with picturesque sceneries that range from modern to traditional. From the mountain areas at Yangmingshan National Park to the iconic sceneries of Taipei 101 or even the coastal town of Tamsui. Be sure to find a photographer or guide to help you in the best direction for a perfect photo shoot that will serve as an eternal keepsake for you and your one and only.
Queenstown, New Zealand. Well, this one is in Asia-Pacific region, but we’re including it here anyway. Queenstown is complete with mountains, lakes, and ever-changing seasons, Queenstown will appeal to those who want a photo-shoot in the vast outdoors. You can also select from plenty of daring activities to relish some time out as a couple before the wedding rush kicks in, and to get some memorable images. Choose a photographer to help you find all the best photo scenes.
Siem Reap. Are you a fan of Tomb Raider or just enjoy prehistoric architecture? The resort town of Siem Reap in north-western Cambodia is the entryway to the ruins of Angkor – an immense complex of intricately-carved stone structures that include the renowned Angkor Wat temple and the Bayon temple at Angkor Thom.
Kota Kinabalu. How wonderful would it be to stand at the front of Mount Kinabalu and capture your love for each other? But if mountain hiking is not your thing, Kota Kinabalu in Sabah (East Malaysia) also boasts a number of awesome romantic locations for your shoot, like the unspoilt beaches of Tanjung Aru, the splendid rainforest of UNESCO site Kinabalu Park, and crystal clear blue waters of Manukan Island.
Chiang Mai. One of the oldest cities in Thailand dating back to the 1200s, Chiang Mai is home to hundreds of intricate temples and heritage spots. Here you can appreciate a slower pace of life, cooler temperatures as well as many open fields, gardens and farms for photo taking, such as Angkha Forest, Romance Farm, and Kew Mae Pan Mountain Ridge.
There you have it. Apart from the prenup shots, you should also start getting accommodation travel tips in the location you’re planning to have it. There are a plethora of resources online from hotel recommendations to homestay accommodations, so take your pick. Some providers have image galleries so visitors can start conceptualising or imagining their dream prenup shoot.
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