Tip & Nick | Coriander in Redwood Mae Sariang Wedding

Coriander in Redwood Mae Sariang Wedding

Tip and Nick’s wonderful wedding at Tip’s family home, Coriander in Redwood, Mae Sariang, Mae Hong Song Province, Thailand
Coriander in Redwood, nestled amidst the tranquil Redwood forest, held a special place in the hearts of the Tip family. Originally their family home, it had transformed into a welcoming restaurant for weary travelers. Its charm lay in its picturesque location along the river and expansive lawns, making it an ideal choice for their Thailand wedding.
The day began with a traditional monk’s blessing, followed by the couple offering lunch to the monks as a symbol of respect. A Western-style wedding ceremony took place on the lush lawn, blending cultures seamlessly. Afterward, the couple departed on a motorbike with sidecar, adding a touch of adventure to their celebration!
As evening descended, Coriander in Redwood came alive with the aroma of Thai cuisine. Guests enjoyed a sumptuous meal and live music, creating an atmosphere of joy and celebration. It was a day that beautifully combined tradition and adventure, all within the serene embrace of Coriander’s natural beauty.

Coriander in Redwood

Coriander in Redwood, located in Mae Sariang, Mae Hong Son, proudly stands as the premier restaurant in the area. This century-old log trader’s home, now part of the Riverhouse Hotel group, has been lovingly transformed into a warm and inviting eatery adorned with redwood accents.
The building boasts a rich history spanning over 90 years, originally constructed entirely from redwood. It was once the property of a local Thai resident and later served as the office and residence of Englishmen who held teak concessions in Thailand during that era. In those times, logs were transported down the Yuam River to meet the Salawin River, continuing their journey through Myanmar.
Coriander in Redwood takes great pride in its commitment to serving locally sourced and traditional Thai cuisine, making it a true culinary gem in the region. I have to say it was the best food I have ever had at a wedding!

Mae Sariang Thailand

Nestled within the enchanting embrace of Mother Nature’s beauty, the quaint district town of Mae Sariang unveils itself in all its serene glory. Perched along the languid banks of a tranquil river, this charming town is cocooned by lush, forested hills that seem to caress the landscape gently, while verdant paddy-filled valleys stretch out as far as the eye can see. It is here, in this idyllic setting, that you’ll discover the subtle allure of Mae Sariang.
As you meander through the town’s meandering streets, a treasure trove of history unfolds before your eyes. Elegantly weathered teak buildings, each with its own unique story etched into its wooden facade, stand as testament to a bygone era. These architectural gems transport you back in time, allowing you to imagine the town’s rich past.
But Mae Sariang’s charm isn’t confined to its architectural heritage alone. The town also boasts a handful of captivating Burmese and Shan-style wats, their intricate designs and ornate details beckoning travelers to explore their spiritual significance. These wats are not just places of worship; they are living testaments to the enduring cultural connections that crisscross this borderland.

Mae Sariang Riverside

When it comes to finding a place to rest your weary head, Mae Sariang offers a selection of delightful accommodations, each providing a unique glimpse into the heart of traditional, small-town Thailand. Whether you choose a cozy guesthouse tucked away in a quiet alley or opt for a riverside bungalow where the gentle lull of the water serenades you to sleep, the town ensures that your stay is nothing short of memorable.
Mae Sariang is not just a destination; it’s a gateway to a slower pace of life, a portal to a world where time seems to stand still. Located in the southern reaches of Mae Hong Son province, this picturesque haven marks the southernmost point of your journey if you’re embarking on the famous Mae Hong Son Loop by motorbike. It’s a place where the hustle and bustle of modern life fades into the background, and the tranquility of nature takes center stage. So, come, wander through the charming streets of Mae Sariang, and let this timeless town weave its spell on you.

From Tip & Nick

bride and groom ceremony at Coriander in Redwood Mae Sariang Thailand Wedding
“Fucking fantastic work my friend…Thanks for the great pictures! We love them ALL and so do our friends and families.”

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