Bali is such a beautiful island. It has become a popular wedding destination for many couples to hold their overseas wedding photoshoot.
My partner and I had an awesome pre wedding photoshoot in Bali. When we were planning for our photoshoot, we shared with our photographer the locations that we wanted to go.
Our kind photographer advised us that there are location fees charged for some of the places that we have chosen.
What’re Photo Fees? Who am I paying it to?
Location fees are fees charged by the venue owner for taking wedding photos in the location. The fees are usually charged on a ‘per group basis’. Sometimes photo fees are called location fees. Other times, they are simply entrance fees to the attraction.
List of Photoshoot Locations and Fees
We have compiled a list of photo fees for the various locations for a pre wedding photography session. We’ve also added miscellaneous fees that could be useful. During your photoshoot, you may consider rental of other items such as horse, camels or boats. The prices below have been converted to USD and may vary from the actual fees charged due to fluctuations in currency
Last Updated: 23 May 2017
|Tegallalang Rice Field||$15.00|
|Kebun Raya Bedugul (Botanical Garden)||$50.00|
|Bajra Sandhi Monument||$75.00|
|Taman Ujung Water Palace||$75.00|
|Garuda Wisnu Kencana||$100.00|
|Gitgit Waterfall||$0.50 per pax|
|Tukad Unda Dam||$35.00|
|Monument Nusa Dua||$20.00|
|Tegal Wangi Beach||$20.00|
|Kertha Gosa in Klungkung||$1.00 per pax|
|Wiwaha Chapel||$350.00 for guests / $600.00 for visitors|
|Blue Point Chapel||$250.00 per hour|
|Noah Chapel||$200.00 per 2-hour|
|Don Antonio Blanco Museum in Ubud||$250.00|
|Tamblingan Lake||$25.00 per boat|
|Ulun Danu Bratan Temple||$45.00|
|Bali Camel Safari||$65 for 2 camels in 30 minutes|
An overseas wedding photoshoot in Bali can be fun! With some good planning, you can make the entire experience even better. I hope this list can help you better budget your pre wedding photoshoot in Bali.