My Children's Wedding (Part 4)

The wedding of Love, my youngest daughter is the 4th and last wedding in our family. Her wedding was held in Klang, Malaysia because her husband is a Malaysian Citizen (of a Tamil, Indian descent). We agreed to have the wedding ceremony in Malaysia in order to avoid so much hassle on her husband's part. We already had their engagement ceremony in the Philippines so it was just okay to have the wedding in Malaysia.

So, our whole family (except the newly born son of Beam) went to Malaysia along with some of our friends here in the Philippines. There were about 25 of us ( including children) who traveled together from the Philippines to Malasyia. Our travel package included a few nights stay in Concorde hotel in Kuala Lumpor. We then stayed at one of the hotels in Klang at the time of the wedding. It was an enjoyable experience because after the wedding the group traveled to Jesu's hometown in Taiping and then to Thailand where Love and her hubby are based until now. Then the group decided to go to Singapore before we left back to the Philippines.

Well, back to the wedding ceremony, it was a Christian wedding at the church which incorporated a lot of things from how we do our wedding rituals and program in the Philippines. We then proceeded to the reception venue, Teluk Pulai Hall which was to accommodate the huge number of visitors. It is the tradition of Indian's family in Malaysia to invite and welcome everyone to attend the weddings of their friends and relatives. Surely, the wedding ceremony and the reception program were well prepared and organized by the committee of their local church. The reception was pure Indian style. The food during the reception was awesome because lamb meat were served as their special menu. This is not common in the Philippines and most of the people in our group just tasted it for the first time..


Of course, our group from the Philippines extremely enjoyed the whole journey. Imagine seeing all the beautiful tourist spots in 3 different countries in Asia in just a single trip. All glory belongs to God!!


This is my daughter and son in law now with their 2 children.

1 Response to "My Children's Wedding (Part 4)"

  1. Alicia Says:

    Your children had beautiful weddings!!! And what a blessing that the family flew there!

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