59 couples in Thailand got hitched while riding elephants on Sunday, in a yearly Valentine’s Day mass wedding function at a greenhouse in a territory east of Bangkok. Artists and a band drove the parade of elephants and couples and a nearby authority, additionally on an elephant, administered the marking of the marriage permit.

59 couples in Thailand got hitched while riding elephants on Sunday, in a yearly Valentine’s Day mass wedding function at a greenhouse in a territory east of Bangkok. Artists and a band drove the parade of elephants and couples and a neighborhood official, additionally on an elephant, managed the marking of the marriage permit.

“As far as I might be concerned, I’ve been making arrangements for quite a while that if I somehow happened to sign a marriage permit one day, it should be an uncommon occasion,” said groom Patiphat Panthanon, 26, sitting close to his 23-year-old lady of the hour.

The elephant-back wedding is a yearly occasion at the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden in Chonburi region which normally pulls in up to a hundred couples. Be that as it may, this year because of the Covid pandemic, the numbers were down.

Kampon Tansacha, leader of the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden, said that because of severe screening conventions for guests, individuals were feeling more secure and have begun to return to visit the natural park, which exhibits diversions of finished nurseries from around the globe.

Thailand’s travel industry dependent nation presently can’t seem to lift a movement boycott forced last April to check the flare-up, warding most unfamiliar financial backers off.

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