My recent wedding photo shoot for wedding couple from UK , Katy and Greg ‘s wedding on Koh Samui Thailand.There was a terrifying incident to the groom before the wedding day arrive it very sad and very shocked when we receive urgent news from a wedding planner one week before the wedding day that the traffic motorcycle acciden happen with Greg during he travel on the road of Koh Samui and may have to cancel all the weddings that will take place in coming day.We pray and hope everything will turn back to good.Then a miracle happened when we receive good news, Greg recovery from injury and can com to join this important wedding day.
Travel to Koh Samui
Before the wedding day team of Samui Wedding photographer and team of Samui wedding videographer traveled to Koh Samui one day in advance to explore the location and meet the groom and bride.We drove from Phuket early in the morning with a distance of 285 kilometers to get on a ferry at Donsak Pier. Surat Thani Province and take the ferry for about 2 hours before arriving in Koh Samui.
Wedding day on Samui
We, including the Samui wedding video technician team started recording wedding stories about 2pm. We take every detail happen on wedding day such as bridal dresses, wedding rings, shoes, and other decorations in Katy’s bridal dressing room, And when the time is right we separated to take a picture and video in groom’s room dressing up at 3pm.
The wedding ceremony is held at 4pm on the corner of a beautiful resort. view of the surrounding sea almost 360 degrees.I am very happy that have Katy and Greg ‘s wedding on today by not canceled.
I’ve taken many beautiful photos with a senset of wonder about the power of love between Greg and Katy.The magic of love with gorgeous wedding on the beautiful island of Koh Samui has been recorded for the photos and this is part of this wedding photography.
Know Samui from Wikipedia
Know Samui from Wikipedia
Ko Samui is in the Gulf of Thailand, about 35 km northeast of Surat Thani town (9°N, 100°E). It is the most significant island in the Chumphon Archipelago. The island measures some 25 km at its widest point. To the north are the populated resort islands of Ko Pha-ngan, Ko Tao, and Ko Nang Yuan. Close to Bangrak in northeast Samui is the small uninhabited island of Ko Som, and to the northeast of Chaweng is the tiny Ko Matlang. To the south are Ko Taen and Ko Matsum, each of which have small tourist facilities. To the far west are 44 other islands which together compose Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park which is accessible by a day-trip boat tour from Ko Samui.
The central part of Ko Samui is mostly tropical jungle, including its largest mountain, Khao Pom, peaking at 635 meters. The various lowland and coastal areas are connected by Route 4169, which is a 51 kilometre–long road, encircling the island. Many other concrete roads branch off from Route 4169 to service other areas.
On the west coast of the island is the original capital, Nathon, which still houses many government offices, as well as two of the island’s five major piers. Nathon is the major port for fisheries and for vehicular and goods transportation from the mainland. As the site of the main port and the closest city to the mainland has made Nathon the commercial centre for Samui locals. More recently, the transition from dependence on the local coconut industry along with the continued growth and development of the tourist industry, as well as the northeastern location of the airport, has led to the increase of commercial activity in Chaweng and Bophut