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All About Pre-Wedding Photoshoot

Choosing an ideal location for the pre-wedding photoshoot is really a tough decision for many couple. Also it gets even harder if you are engaged and getting married in a famous tourist hot spot as you have so many places of interest to consider. However, not to worry! Here you can get a compilation list of the very best locations in the town so you need not keep searching anymore.

Needless to say your photo session will not be complete with out a theme to choose before start your photo shooting. Make sure when you take photo on your chosen venue, you didn’t miss any famous landmark before getting married.

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Photo credited to Edwin Tan

Those will be a lot of wonderful locations you should think about for your pre-wedding photoshoot. Be sure you head to each location so that you can really discover what kind of photos you want to have to incorporate in your wedding photo album. When you are wanting more, go on and visit other popular destinations and take full advantage of your stay static in that marvelous location.

Tips for Pre-planning Before Your Actual Shooting Date

First of all, prior for you to plan your pre-wedding photoshoot, you should decide on the places that you want your photo to be shot. You should arrange even earlier if you plan to take your photo overseas. there are few things that you need to get in place first:

1. Jot down your budget so that you won’t overspend on the photography when sign up for a photo shooting package.

2. Find the reliable photographer with decent reputation.

3. Discuss with photographer of the ideas that you have and the scene that you wish to shoot. There are many themes and styles that you can choose which including: urban style, old school, picnic style, Vintage, back to school.

4. Venue for photoshoot. After you decide on the ideas and concepts, now you can choose the place for your shooting.

5. For good scenery, you should take into consideration of the different effect for night and day time, as well as the option of adjacent locations that you can reach.

6. For distance consideration, you need to plan for your transportation and accommodation.

List of Photoshoot Locations

Colmar Tropicale Bukit Tinggi (Berjaya Hills)
Website: www.colmartropicale.com.my
Cost: from RM400 for wedding photography
Features: French village, Japanese Garden/ Tea House, botanical garden, hills, slightly cool

Cameron Highlands
Website: cameronhighlands.com
Features: Cool temperature 20s°C, English country home style, tea plantation, lattice windows, smoke house, climbing plants

Dusun Garden Fairies, Ulu Langat
Website: gardenfairies.com.my
Open Hour: 9am-1pm
Cost: RM300
Features: scenic location, lots of green, garden, tree house

Flamingo Hotel by the Lake, Ampang
Website: flamingo.com.my
Features: Lake view

Fraser’s Hill
Cost: RM100 for pre-wedding photography crew
Features: trees, botanical gardens, water falls, forest

Genting Highlands
Features: theme park, cool weather, temple

Kellie’s Castle, Ipoh
Cost: Entrance fee: RM4 per adult
Open Hour: 9am-6pm
Features: unfinished mansion of Scottish, Moorish and Indian architecture

KLCC
Features: Need to get an authorization letter to shoot at KLCC Park, Twin towers, city area

Lake Gardens, Taman Tasik Perdana in KL
Website: klbotanicalgarden.gov.my
Features: trees, lake, flowers

Langkawi
Features: beaches, resort, cable car

Lima Blas Restaurant, Jalan Mesui KL
Cost: RM500
Features: Vintage design, antiques decor, heritage building

Melaka
Features: A Famosa (Portuguese) Fort, Jonker Street flea market, peranakan houses

Pangkor, Perak
Features: best beaches in West Malaysian shore, dutch fort, fishing village, beach resorts

Poco Homemade Cafe, Bangsar
Website: facebook.com/poco.homemade
Features: small cozy cafe, RM5x for photoshoot, parking hassle, cute rustic decor

Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan
Features: beaches, resort

Pulai Springs Resort, Johor
Website: pulaisprings.com
Features: nice garden

Putrajaya
Features: parks, flowers, lake, can be hot, nice bridges, Putra Mosque, government complexes

Pulau Redang
Features: beaches, resort

Sekeping Seapark, PJ
Website: http://sekeping.com/seapark
Features: Rustic feel, open air concept

Sekeping Tenggiri, Bangsar
Website: http://sekeping.com/tenggiri
Cost: RM200 for shooting + Room charge at about RM250 (overnight stay)
Features: choose the right room for nicer shoots

Sekinchan
Website: http://www.sekinchan.org
Feature: 2 hours drive from KL after Klang, covered with paddy fields, beach, fishing village, hay stacks

UPM, Serdang
Cost: RM50-150 for photoshoot
Features: big field, trees, university building

Penang

Batu Ferringhi
Features: Beaches, resort

Botanical Gardens
Website: http://botanicalgardens.penang.gov.my
Features: garden, flowers, trees, lily pond

Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion (Hotel), Leith Street
Website: http://cheongfatttzemansion.com
Cost: if not staying at the hotel fee is RM250 per hour
Features: blue outer wall, built end of 19th century, ancient Chinese architecture, granite paved courtyards, vernacular timber lovre windows, porcelain work

Country Side Stables, Balik Pulau
Cost: RM250 per hour
Features: horses, stables, carriage

Fort Cornwallis
Features: Brick walls, cannon, chapel, esplanade, sea

Georgetown city
Features: beautiful heritage building from British era turned into banks, commercial / financial building

Lone Pine Hotel, Batu Ferringhi
Features: white colonial hotel building, beach, greens

Peranakan Mansion, Church Street
Website: http://pinangperanakanmansion.com.my
Cost: RM50 per hour
Features: typical home of a rich Baba in the 19th century, antiques, Chinese carved-wood panels and English floor tiles and Scottish ironworks

Suffolk House Penang
Website: facebook.com/suffolkhouse
Features: Anglo Indian garden house, UNESCO heritage, English-themed

Tanjong City Marina, Pengkalan Weld
Features: waterfront, ferry terminal, pier, sea view, boats, yachts, parked there

Tropical Spice Garden, Teluk Bahang
Website: http://tropicalspicegarden.com
Cost: RM50
Features: over 500 species of tropical flora, man-made canals, pond

Outside of Malaysia

Mauritius
Features: beautiful island, ocean and resort

Paris, France
Features: romantic city, Eiffel Tower, the Louvre…

Santorini, Greece
Features: White Cycladic houses with blue painted windows, a town perched on a cliff, cave houses, amazing beaches

Taiwan
Features: Tashee Blooming Oasis, Tomita Farm, Green Light Forest, Sun Moon Lake

Japan
Features:
Cherry Blossoms (Sakura) – blooms around early April in Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka. Popular spots: Sumida Park, Shinjuku Gyoen, Ueno Park in Tokyo

Mount Fuji View – Kawaguchiko Lake (Fuji Five Lakes), better visibility during colder winter months

Singapore

Marina Bay, Maxwell Rd
Website:http://marina-bay.sg
Features: signature skyline, lit building at night, garden city, waterfront promenade

Henderson Waves
Features: 274 metre-long pedestrian bridge that spans Henderson Road to connect Mount Faber Park to Telok Blangah Hill Park. highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore, curved ribs structure

Hort Park, Hyderabad Road
Features: lush greenery, theme gardens, beautiful landscapes, flowers

Sentosa
Features: beaches, Universal Studios

Source from: WedResearch


Photo credited to Edwin Tan


Photo credited to Edwin Tan


Photo credited to Edwin Tan

Where to Find Reputable Pre-Wedding Photoshoot Service Provider?

If you are at the moment searching for pre-wedding photography service and if you need something that differs from what bridal shop offers, then you will want to seriously consider in the pre-wedding photoshoot service that provided by Edwin Tan. They have been experienced in providing outdoor pre-wedding photography and they have the ability to custom design your pre-wedding session. You can take a look on their blog to check out all the fabulous wedding photos that they been shot for the wedding couples. Should you be bored of indoor studio photography and fake scene design, then you may want to contact them and discuss with them on the wedding photo packages & prices that they provided.

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  1. Wendy Chong February 16, 2015

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