Sarah & Luke | 137 Pillars House Wedding Chiang Mai

137 Pillars House Chiang Mai Wedding

Sarah and Luke’s enchanting Chiang Mai wedding in Thailand was a celebration of love, culture, and breathtaking scenery. In the morning we explored the charming city of Chiang Mai with a captivating photoshoot of the city’s picturesque landscape and bustling streets.
The couple exchanged vows under a big tree at the stunning 137 Pillars House, a beautiful venue surrounded by lush greenery. The elegant setting and exquisite decor created a blissful atmosphere, while the traditional Thai elements incorporated into the ceremony added a touch of cultural richness to the occasion.
With its timeless allure and refined sophistication, the renowned 137 Pillars House Chiang Mai beckons guests to experience its exquisite luxury boutique hotel, brimming with a storied colonial heritage. Nestled within the vicinity of the historic Wat Gate Temple, the tranquil Ping River, and a fashionable boutique shopping district, this award-winning gem exudes an Old World charm and elegance that is perfect for a Chiang Mai wedding.

Chiang Mai Wedding

The hub of Northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is the Capital City of the Province of this name. With a population of over 170,000 in the city proper (but more than 1 million in the metropolitan area), it is Thailand’s fifth-largest city. Located on a plain at an elevation of 316 m, surrounded by mountains and lush countryside, it is much greener and quieter than the capital, and has a cosmopolitan air and a significant ex-pat population, factors which have led many from Bangkok to settle permanently in this “Rose of the North”.
Founded in 1296 CE, Chiang Mai is a culturally and historically interesting city, at one time the capital of the ancient Lanna kingdom. Located among the rolling foothills of the Himalayan Mountains 700 km north of Bangkok, it could only be reached by an arduous river journey or an elephant trek until the 1920s. This isolation helped keep Chiang Mai’s distinctive charm intact.

Rose of the North

Chiang Mai’s historical center is a walled city. (City is Chiang in the northern Thai dialect while Mai is new, hence Chiang Mai or New City.) Sections of the wall dating to their restoration a few decades ago remain at the gates and corners. But of the rest, only the moat remains.
Inside Chiang Mai’s remaining city walls are more than 30 temples dating back to the founding of the principality, in a combination of Burmese, Sri Lankan, and Lanna Thai styles, decorated with beautiful wood carvings, Naga staircases, leonine and angelic guardians, gilded umbrellas and pagodas laced with gold filigree. The most famous is Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, which overlooks the city from a mountainside 13 km away.

From Sarah & Luke

bride and groom share a kiss at their wedding ceremony at 137 pillars chiang mai thailand
Thank you so much!!! We and our loved ones, love the images! You’ve done such a fantastic job that it’s going to be quite difficult to choose which to print! Thank you so so much again, you were definitely one of the best decisions we made with our wedding and we couldn’t be happier with the outcome.

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