This stylish Thai styled wooden Sala can be incorporated into the wedding day experience in a number of ways.
Predominantly it is used for the Buddhist ceremony, for dining (maximum 28 persons) and it is often used to house the buffet line for reception dinners held in the garden.
In addition to these functions the Sala can be used for relaxing massages for the bridal party prior to the wedding, as a vantage point for those wanting to take pictures of the long drum procession, it can be used as a shaded area for guests to relax out of the sun and, in times of rain it can provide additional covered space for guests to drink cocktails and eat canapés. In some circumstances it could also be considered for the ceremony set up too.
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