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A Guide to Wedding Planning

Every one of us have dreamed of the perfect wedding since we were young. To have it fulfilled is what most of us wish for. However planning for the perfect wedding takes a lot of time and resources. It needs to be thought thoroughly and every detail should be polished accordingly. So, what steps should we take to achieve our perfect wedding?

Budget Plan

Set a budget and plan your wedding accordingly. This is a very important first step because it will serve as a guide as to the rest of your wedding planning. 

Wedding Date

You should set your wedding date as early as possible in order to know which hotels or churches are available on said date. Your wedding venue and reception must be booked as early as possible because people get married daily. 

Wedding Theme

Most of the time, it is the bride that determines the wedding theme but it is also important to choose one that both partners like. It is vital to the whole process as it sets the whole mood of the event. Furthermore, setting a theme will determine the designs that comes with every aspect of a wedding and this includes dresses, flowers, and music.

Who to Invite

This is probably one of the hardest aspect to decide on in every wedding. If you are working with a budget, as much as you want to invite everyone, both you and your partner should only invite those who are truly close to you and has an impact on your relationship.

Honeymoon

Of course, after every wedding is the much awaited honeymoon. Although it isn’t exactly a part of the whole ceremony, planning your honeymoon beforehand can make your wedding more exciting. Having something to look forward to after months of planning will make the process more enjoyable and fun.

Weddings are a magical event for every couple as well as their families and friends. It is important that it should be carefully planned beforehand.

Thailand to Push a Firmer Tourists Belt

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After a series of accidents involving tourists, the government of Thailand is now eying for compulsory insurance coverage.

But for the said scheme to be implemented, it must secure an approval first from the Tourism and Sports Ministry. Once the bill is approved, it will be immediately imposed nationwide. According to the government’s press release, the proposed law will oblige tourists to pay 20-baht upon entering the airport. The collected funds will be used to cover tourists’ death benefits up to one million baht.

But despite this plan, the government still urged the foreigners to get their respective policies from their countries.

According to Nel Mooy, insurance expert, the proposed measure will not cover other travel-related injuries, including bone fracture, severe cuts, and other health conditions.

She said that the government would only shoulder the death benefit, no more, no less. She further noted that when a person opens an insurance policy from private firms, he or she could get up to £15million financial assistance depending on the incurred injuries.

The call of imposing such measure to safeguard the tourists arose after several accidents recorded last year. Among the highlighted mishaps include the tragic death of 47 Chinese amidst the waters of Phuket, a local of Canada who was killed following a zip wire cable failure in Flight of the Gibbon in Chiang Mai, and the country’s 5,500 recorded motorcycle-related deaths every year (average).

When asked on the possible sanctions if a foreigner failed to pay the insurance cost, the government has yet to release a definite statement. But one thing is clear, once a tourist did not pay the mandatory insurance charge (as proposed in this bill), he or she cannot expect full assistance from the government. 

Whether tourists will get additional protection inside Thailand this year, only the legislative body can tell.

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Thailand to Push a Firmer Tourists Belt

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