Planning a Wedding in Thailand - Locations for a Wedding on Koh Yao Noi

March 26, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

I love taking the path less traveled, in fact it has been my mantra throughout my life.  This philosophy has led me to amazing and inspirational places that have beauty beyond words... and in actuality led us to this island of Koh Yao Noi. 

If you are planning a wedding from afar you may be craving visual inspiration.  Especially for the perfect location to hold the ceremony.  I would like to share with you a few magical locations here on Koh Yao Noi to have the wedding you have always dreamed about.

Summit of the islandThe views from up here will leave you breathless. East and West coasts are visible, great spot to have the sunrise or sunset light.

West Coast Koh Yao Noi, Sunset SideThe beaches on the West Coast of the island are very nice and secluded. The sun will set as an orange ball of fire amongst the rock karst Islands. The tidal plane is large but it creates a beautiful reflection of the golden skies. At high tide the plane is covered up to a beach bordered with luscious palm trees.

Rice PaddiesA unique location that is only lush in the months of August-October.

Paradise Resort, Koh Yao Noi, ThailandThe most remote resort beach on the island.

Six Senses Resort, Koh Yao Noi, ThailandThe Hilltop Villa has one of the best views of the island and a perfect place for ceremony and reception.

Koh Yao Island Resort, Koh Yao Noi, ThailandStunning long beaches,views and an excellent resort to stay at. They also have a private pool area to hold a ceremony next to the beach.

Villa PasaiAn architectural piece of art wrapped in a Villa with amazing eastern views of the rock karst islands. Space on the wide deck or grass area for the ceremony.

Pak Bia IslandSurrounding Koh Yao Noi the bay is filled with remote, white sand beachy islands. Pak Bia is one of my favorites with the option of two different beaches. This option is for more of the adventurous wedding planner! Koh NokKoh Nok is a tiny island just off shore from Koh Yao Noi. It manages to catch some of the sunset light as it is orientated toward the west.

 

 

 

 


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