Thailand is a Dream Place for Newly-Wed Couples and as the Number of Matrimonial Services Increasing, It’s a Really Good Sign for Honeymoon Business
Nuptial planners from all key Indian metropolises are organising annual family excursions for the honeymooners and there is no better place than Thailand. Since there is massive progress in the figure of Indian marriages forecasted by Thailand, there will be a number of opportunities for all businesses to take advantage of. Especially for Large Indian wedding venues who will be offering a complete range of services and playing their part in country’s economic growth.
What Thailand is planning?
To avail all these potential opportunities, Thailand is investing on all ends. In recent years it has organised three trips for a number of wedding organisers. This year, from Bangalore, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Kolkata, Mumbai and New Delhi, 17 organisers were called for a trip covering Bangkok, Hua Hin, Kanchanaburi, Pattaya, Phuket and Rayong.
When was this trip and for what?
The trip started on March 21, 2016 and ended at 27. There was a briefing seminar which was organised to reach some sort of agreement between Indian wedding organisers and business networks in Thailand. To cater to the needs of the industry, twenty-three wedding service and thirty-one Thai hotels showed their interest by taking part.
Why organisers are opting for Thailand?
There are a number of reasons why Indian wedding organisers are considering Thailand to be a dream place to the honeymooners and newly-wed couples. Some of these reasons are:
- Unquestionable hospitality of Thai people
- Very firm cultural association
- Unmatched luxury at highly competitive prices
- Easy airline accessibility to all major destinations
- Above all, the premier standards of fineness offered in services and products along with attention paid to every single detail.
How many weddings Thailand hosting every year?
According to a rough estimation, in every couple of days, Thailand is hosting one event which makes around 300 Indian weddings every year. Each of these weddings involve guest ranging from 100 to 600, in some cases, even more. The holy matrimonial rituals last from three days to a week or 10 days. As far as the budget is concerned, it ranges from 10 – 50mil Baht for every event in any given Hindu wedding venue.
What Thai official say about this forthcoming potential?
“This is still only scratching the surface of the market potential. An estimated 15 million weddings are held in India every year with an overall expenditure of US$60 billion dollars. With the vast majority of the Indian population still in their 20s, many more weddings will come up in the years ahead.” Said the Deputy Governor for International Marketing – Asia and South Pacific – of the Truism Authority of Thailand (TAT), Mrs. Srisuda Wannapinyosak.
For the Indian wedding planners to present temptations to their clienteles, Mumbai Office TAT Director, Ms. Soraya Homchuen, briefed the fam tour partakers thoroughly on the broad range of plush shopping centres, hotels, convention centres, restaurants, tourist facilities and other charms.