Prashant Yadav scouts for areas for the well-heeled. Because the India head of a destination-management multinational, his job was once principally about introducing international purchasers to unique trip spots in his personal nation. These days, he spends almost all of his time on taking wealthy compatriots overseas — for leisure, conferences, and, after all, massive, fats, Indian weddings.
No shock, then, that Malaysia’s current scrapping of visa necessities for Indians and Chinese language residents visiting for 30 days or much less has made Yadav a cheerful man. The transfer follows related choices by Sri Lanka and Thailand. Yadav will quickly arrange a marriage with 250 Indian visitors on the Vietnamese resort island of Phu Quoc, which doesn’t require visas for brief stays.