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Travel Indochina Summer Discounts

Asia specialist Travel Indochina is offering discounts throughout the months of July, August and September 2014 for customers to discover the magical land of Laos, with free room nights at some of the country’s leading luxury hotels.

This summer, those booking a tailor-made trip with Travel Indochina, can enjoy deals across a selection of five-star properties. As an example, those venturing to the gem of the Indochina region, Luang Prabang - a charming town filled with atmospheric temples and riverside eateries - will have the chance to stay for three nights, pay for two; or stay for six nights, pay for four at the Colonial-style Luang Say Residence until the end of September.

Travel Indochina is also offering 20% discounts across its entire range of escorted Small Group Journeys to Laos, if booked before 31st May 2014. This offer also applies to the operator’s range of Vietnam, Cambodia and Indochina cross-border journeys. Among the options available is the flight-inclusive 19-day ‘Inside Laos with 4,000 Islands’ which takes travellers on an exciting journey through Laos, culminating at the little-visited 4,000 Islands in the Mekong River where the elusive Irrawaddy dolphin can often be spied. Prices start from £2885 per person, including return flights with Thai Airways – saving up to £495 per person.

Travel Indochina has been operating Small Group Journeys and tailor-made travel to the “real” Asia for 20 years. Today, the company features a wide range of itineraries to Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos as well as Thailand, Burma, China and Tibet, India, Japan, Bhutan, Mongolia and Sri Lanka. Unlike many other travel companies, Travel Indochina limits its group size to a maximum of 16 people. These smaller groups enable travellers to gain the best from both worlds – greater access to the local culture and plenty of opportunities for independent exploration.

Find out more at: www.travelindochina.co.uk

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Date Published:
23rd May 2014

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David Betterton
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