Splash Beach Resort, Maikhao Phuket hosted the largest indian wedding in Thailand

Splash Beach Resort, Maikhao Phuket hosted the largest indian wedding in Thailand

[Phuket, 6 December 2018] Kishore Samtani, an entrepreneur from Hong Kong, hosted a reception banquet and 5 day destination wedding celebration for more than 1,300 guests at his son’s wedding in the 19-hectare [47-acre] grounds during November 28 – December 3, 2018.

The wedding of Kunal Samtani, son of Kishore Samtani, to Divya Vaswani was the largest wedding ever held in Thailand with five-day of festivities held at Splash Beach Resort where a 3,200 square metres air-conditioned marquee, Thailand’s largest, was built for the wedding celebrations.

The wedding entourage occupied the entire resort of 615 rooms, villas, all function space and F&B outlets. Guests at the wedding reception were entertained by a number of world-class performances by international artistes, Akon, Jason Derulo, Akshay Kumar and Salman Khan. The resort served guests more than 25,000 meals, 12,000 coconuts, over 1,500 bottles of premium liquor and champagne including Dom Pérignon, Yamazaki Single Malt throughout the 5-day celebrations.

“It was a real honour and privilege to be the venue of choice for the wedding of Kunal and Divya. To be part of Thailand largest wedding ever was a great opportunity for Splash Beach Resort. Our team worked diligently and extremely long hours in the months leading up to the wedding to make everything perfect and memorable for every guest.” says John O’shea, Managing Director, Splash Beach Resort.

“One of the key features of the resort is the 1,000 square meter pillar-less Convention Centre, the largest single-structure conference facility on Phuket. The Convention Centre can flexibly cater to all types of events, the facility can seat 1,000 guests’ theatre style and cater up to 1,300 guests for a standing cocktail reception,” adds O’shea.

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