These are the most common district offices in Thailand. The Bangrak District Office outside of Bangkok has been rated over the years as the friendliest office for foreigners (farang friendly) to register their marriages at. There are a number of Amphur offices in Thailand and these are the most common offices in Thailand in the tourist areas of Thailand.
These are not very common between Thai’s and foreigners and tends to be mainly foreigners who wish to get married in Thailand with a scenic backdrop. It is best to find a wedding planner to arrange this for you as they tend to be very difficult to arrange from overseas. The islands of Phuket and Samui are the clear favorites but you have to book these things early as getting married in a tropical paradise is becoming very fashionable.
In order to get married in Thailand as a foreigner you first have to check the marriage requirements of Thailand. Then you have to also check the documents needed for your letter of affirmation or letter of no-impediment which gets issued by your Embassy in Bangkok. Below is a brief outline of marriage laws in Thailand as well as the Thai marriage registration process.
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If you are wanting a Muslim wedding in Thailand then you have to consider the process of getting married in Thailand as a Muslim. If you wish to register your wedding in Thailand as well then you will need to start the process in your home country and bring will all the needed documents which state that you are single and able to get married.
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There are a number of options with regards to weddings in Thailand. Some prefer a traditional Thai wedding while others opt for a Christian wedding or a more secular wedding in Thailand. Very few foreigners go through a traditional Thai weddings with all its traditions however in rural Thailand this is still rather big amongst Thai people themselves. The process begins the day before the wedding and these are the steps.
See this website on what the traditional Thai wedding entails. As stated before a wedding planner is a must if you are going to want a traditional Thai wedding. Some of the older traditions in Thailand are still done however usually a wedding planner would arrange everything for you. I have over the years seen excellent traditional Thai weddings in Phuket and also in Samui where the older traditions had been played out on the beach front with a beach front wedding.