Family In Kelantan Celebrates Wedding Amid Ankle-High Flood Conditions

In a heartwarming display of resilience and unity, a recent TikTok video captured the unforgettable wedding of a newlywed couple in Pasir Puteh, Kelantan, despite the unexpected challenges posed by heavy rainfall and flooding.

The video, documented by wedding photographer Ismail and shared on his page @jaismailji, shows the unwavering spirit of the couple's families amidst the unforeseen weather disruptions.

family in kelantan celebrates wedding amid ankle-high flood conditionsPhoto via TikTok (@jaismailji)

Despite the rain and rising waters, the atmosphere remained joyous, with smiling aunties, uncles, cousins, and more gracefully carrying on with the ceremony.

Navigating through the rain-soaked venue, several individuals went above and beyond to ensure the bride's comfort. In the video, a young lady is seen assisting the bride by holding her arm, while a man valiantly shelters her with a giant umbrella, guiding her toward her groom. The groom, undeterred by the floodwater, joined his bride, posing for pictures amid the challenging conditions.

Radiating joy, the family remained resilient, with others standing by to offer assistance if needed. The video, while capturing the unexpected twists, became a testament to the strength of familial bonds and the ability to find joy in the face of adversity.

Despite the heartwarming scene, some viewers expressed confusion about the decision to hold a wedding during the monsoon season. One commenter humorously suggested avoiding weddings at the end of the year in the East Coast due to the predictable heavy rainfall and potential flooding.

As we celebrate the resilience of this couple and their families, it's essential to recognize the risks associated with unpredictable weather conditions, especially during flood seasons. 


Monsoon in Kelantan

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Beyond the inconvenience, floods bring potential dangers, including the risk of sickness, encounters with dangerous animals, and the presence of hazardous objects in the water. As we navigate through the seasons, let's prioritise safety and well-being. 

Malaysians, stay safe during flood season, and remember to take precautions to protect yourselves and your loved ones from the associated risks!