The head of the Hoteliers Association of Orhan Kavala predicts a 300 percent increase in the number of Indian couples who wish to have their weddings in Turkey this year.
organize colorful ceremonies. For each wedding, 200-300 guests come. Travel agencies are trying to make Indians feel at home in Turkey, Kavala added.
The ceremonies make a significant contribution to the region's economy, he said. “Bodrum is the perfect place for wedding celebrations. There are two or three flights from India to the city every day,” said the head of the Hoteliers Association.
Previously, Big Asia reported that Indian wedding season
opened in Antalya. The most expensive wedding in the last 5 years took place there. 650 guests were invited, they were served by 700 people, including 100 cooks, 450 technicians and animators and 250 hotel staff.
Experts state that lately Indians have been choosing other countries as the place of marriage.