The misty slope of Pinggan Village in Kintamani was the first location of Sarah and Brenton’s romantic prewedding photoshoot. Renowned for its sunrise, the village is a lesser-known destination for prewedding photoshoot in Bali and therefore, it is not as busy as the other spots.
With gorgeous views of Mount Batur and Mount Agung, the Pinggan Village viewpoint offered the perfect spot for an atmospheric and intimate prewedding photoshoot. One hour drive away from the village, we took Sarah and Brenton’s next photoshoot session at Nung Nung Waterfall. Despite its challenging, 500-staircase climb, the 50-metre-high waterfall is one of the most dramatic waterfalls on the island. Its lush surrounding provided us with a suitable setting to capture the couple’s magical chemistry.
The last spot of the photoshoot was Melasti Beach in Ungasan, Uluwatu. It is definitely one of the best spots for sunset photoshoot. Despite the distances between one spot to the other, the couple had a lovely time exploring the island’s scenic spots and felt satisfied with the premium prewedding photoshoot package. The package is inclusive of make-up artist services, flower bouquets, and transport – providing an easy and fuss-free experience for couples who wish to make the most of their prewedding photoshoot in Bali.