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Glass Houses & Pavilions: 6 Sparkling Wedding Venues In Asia

Infinity Chapel, Conrad Bali, Indonesia
One of the most iconic chapels in Bali, this asymmetrical chapel with a contemporary steel-framed glass wall is stunning for minimalist chic celebrations. A marble walkway atop an infinity pool leads to the chapel, making for remarkable photos too. Visit  Image: @conradbali/Instagram Okuma Felicia Church, Okinawa, Japan
Located within the JAL Private Resort Okuma, the towering ceilings and walls are constructed from glass, so you’ll get amazing views of the beach, glittering waters and neighbouring islands. It can seat up to about 50 guests, and also features a gorgeous 12m-long glass aisle that showcases the pristine white sand below. Visit Image: @megulinnnn/Instagram Eternity Chapel, The Mulia Bali
Perched on a raised platform in the middle of a shimmering pool with bold graphic black framing, the Eternity Chapel presents a spacious (it can house up to 250 guests) and stylish wedding venue for couples to exchange their vows. A polished stone walkway lined with pillars will have you making a grand entrance. Visit Image: The Mulia Bali  The Glass Pavilion, Amara Sanctuary
For a resort celebration in Singapore, many couples turn to Amara Sanctuary Resort. One of its highlights for romantic celebrations is the Glass Pavilion that’s nestled in the midst of a lush tropical garden, which can seat 50 guests comfortably. Stylish Phillipe Starck-designed “Louis Ghost Chairs”, as well as an antique chapel bell and scenic waterfall in the background add to its appeal. Visit  Image: Amara Sanctuary    Crown Wine Cellars, Hong Kong
If a romantic and intimate celebration is what you’re after, the Crown Wine Cellars in Hong Kong is marvelous. Surrounded by foliage, its 1500- square foot colonial-style conservatory makes for an enchanting venue with plenty of natural light. Having pre-lunch or dinner canapes and cocktails? You’ll love the cosy lounging deck outside. Visit  Image: @hilarychanphotography/Instagram The Diamond Wedding Pavilion, Bali, Indonesia
The Diamond Bali certainly took the phrase “Diamonds are a girl’s best friend” seriously. The breathtakingly gorgeous blue pavilion sparkles in the sunlight like a precious gem, making for a truly memorable wedding venue that’ll get guests talking for ages. Situated in a lush tropical garden, on a tranquil pond, it overlook the sandy beaches of Sanur and the ocean, it can seat up to 60 guests. Visit Image: The Diamond Bali Wedding Pavilion’s Facebook