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Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Travel Indochina élargit sa gamme d’options de croisières asiatiques

The Australian expert small group travel and holidays tailor-made to Asia, Travel Indochina, launched a considerably broader range of Asian cruise options in its third river cruises brochure.

The release of the 64-page booklet also coincided with the inclusion of the cruises on the new site travelindochina.com on river cruises in Asia.

Thirteen new routes for river cruises across Asia are now included in the new brochure, one thus finds a cruise on the Mekong River in Indochina, a cruise on the Yangtze (Yangtze) River in China and on the Ayeyarwady River and Chindwin River in Burma.

Two new vessels were also introduced into the fleet of Travel Indochina. The 'Mekong Sun', a boat suitable for the upper reaches of the Mekong, with a maximum capacity of 28 people, and a new vessel for Burma, the Orient Express 'Orcaella", with 25 spacious cabins.

Executive Director travel Indochina, Paul Hole, indicated that demand for River cruising in Asia was strong: "last year we experienced unprecedented growth of 400% from year to year in the number of cruise passengers.This year has continued to provide good results, with an increase of 83%. »

"We have continued to expand our offering to meet the seemingly insatiable appetite for new experiences along the main travellers fascinating waterways of Asia. The River Cruise offers a unique way to discover Asia, covering the cornerstone of most of these countries. We worked with this application to provide more flexibility in our packages, offering journeys whose length can suit all preferences, stays ranging from 4 to 22 days".

One of the new packages available is 5 days / 4 nights, the 'Mystical Luang Prabang & Cruise' which includes a 3 days on the Mekong River Sun Cruise, 2 nights luxury accommodation remaining at Luang Say Residence after the cruise. Relaxation and escape also include a cooking class at the Tamarind, and plenty of time to explore all that Luang Prabang has to offer.

The brochure provides information to facilitate the life of the traveller, with new content that includes shore excursions, the kitchen, the charters and complete deck plans.

More info on the site Travel Indochina.

Tags: Ayeyarwady, Chindwin, Asian cruises, river cruises, Mekong, Travel Indochina, travel group

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