Two Indian event organizers have announced they are working on plans to organize two wedding parties in Vietnam's central Da Nang City for Indian billionaire families in early 2023, according to the Da Nang Tourism Promotion Center.
The information was released at a conference held in India last week between Indian businesses and a municipal delegation that made a three-day working trip starting the same day to the South Asian country to promote local tourism services, the center reported on Friday.
During the trip, the delegation and some Indian event-organizing firms discussed the introduction of Da Nang to Indians as an ideal venue for wedding ceremonies and ways to organize such events successfully.
Satish Ramnani, director of Veydaa Events, an organizer of overseas weddings for Indian couples, said that the company was coordinating with a partner in Vietnam to prepare for the wedding party of about 450 guests for an Indian billionaire family at a resort in Da Nang in January 2023.
Similarly, while discussing tourism cooperation with officials from the Da Nang Department of Tourism, Global Air Services (GAS) announced its plan to organize a wedding feast for another Indian billionaire, also in Da Nang in the same month of next year.
In late November 2019, an Indian billionaire family hosted a wedding party lasting four days for their daughter in Da Nang with more than 600 guests.
During 2019 and 2020, many plans were established to hold weddings for Indians in Vietnam, including two parties in Da Nang in 2020, but these plans were revised due to different reasons amid the context of COVID-19 spread, according to the Saigon Times Online .
Thus, after more than two years of hiatus because of the pandemic, the wedding tourism trend of the rich Indians to Da Nang has heated up again.
In recent time, the city authorities have worked with many airlines to launch direct flights between India to Da Nang, Tran Phuoc Son, deputy chairman of the Da Nang administration, told the conference, which gathered hundreds of Indian investors and entrepreneurs.
Accordingly, Vietnam's budget carrier Vietjet Air will conduct its first direct flights from Da Nang to Mumbai, India with a frequency of three flights per week from October 17.
Other routes from Da Nang to many other major Indian cities and vice versa will also open later.
The more direct flights, the more tourism cooperation opportunities, Son emphasized.
Representatives of many Indian entrepreneurs paid attention to Da Nang as a unique destination in terms of culture, cuisine, experiences, sea tourism, ecotourism, and wedding travel.
The firms, moreover, wanted visa procedures and conditions for foreign tourists to be easier.
They also hoped that the city would offer more ecotourism tours and open more Indian cuisine restaurants, he added.
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