(PRWEB) October 19, 2012
As part of the celebration, Travel Indochina will be giving away Champagne gift box sets worth up to $140 AUD daily for the month of October. To be in the running to win, all entrants have to do is visit the Champagne competition page and explain in 25 words or less in which ideal Travel Indochina destination they’d most like to celebrate with a bottle of Champagne and why.
In addition, every competition entry will receive a $250 Small Group Journey travel voucher for bookings made before 30/06/2013.
Travel Indochina’s Managing Director, Paul Hole, is buoyed by the launch of the new websites.
“We’re very excited by the opportunity to make the most of technology to share the Travel Indochina adventuring spirit with old and new passengers alike,” said Paul.
“With the inclusion of the Handmade Holidays range of travel options, for the first time, our entire stable of products is viewable in one place, and easily searchable to find the best travel options specific to your needs.”
Travel Indochina’s newest tours as released in the 2013 Handmade Holidays brochure may provide entrants inspiration, with destinations including:
1. Vietnam’s least known mountain regions, Ha Giang
2. The famous Greg Norman-designed Da Nang Golf Club (voted in the top 15 golf courses to open world-wide in 2010)
3. The sparsely populated province of Mondulkiri, dubbed the original ‘Wild East’ in northeastern Cambodia, to experience some of the country’s finest scenery including stunning waterfalls and dense forests.
4. An exploration of the Laotian riverside towns of Nong Khiaw and Muang Ngoi only accessible by boat up the Nam Ou River.
Competition terms and conditions apply, refer to website for details.
Travel Indochina has been the leading authentic travel experience group for Asian destinations since its foundation in 1993. Tailor made holidays are a specialty offering of Travel Indochina with destinations including Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Burma, China (Tibet & Hong Kong) India, Japan, Bhutan, Mongolia, the Maldives and Sri Lanka.