Thai couples endure 'adventure' wedding ceremonies
Three Thai couples took part in a wedding ceremony arranged by a resort aimed to strengthen the relationships of the couples by doing fun activities on Thursday in Prachin Buri province, east of Bangkok.
Those “activities” included being chased by a pirate, running from a giant floral ball and jumping into a pond.
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