Enjoy more Asia for less with Qantas Holidays
14 October 2009
Qantas Holidays has launched its second Asia dedicated brochure offering a whole host of new tours, cruising options and great value for money holidays.
With new tours in Vietnam, off the beaten track tours in Thailand, Vietnam, India and China, new cruising options and over 20 new hotels added to the 2010-2011 programme, Qantas Holidays’ Asia brochure is now more comprehensive than ever. And, thanks to a wide range of ‘Early Bird’ offers, travelling to Asia with Qantas Holidays has never been more affordable.
• New deals – including a wide range of ‘Early Bird Offers’
• New tours – including Vietnam and off the beaten track tours
• New cruises – featuring some of the world’s best cruise operators
• New hotels – over 20 new hotels added
• New visitor passes – including Phuket (Thailand) and Sentosa Island (Singapore)
• New rail journeys – including Japan’s famed Bullet Train
Highlights of the new brochure include:
EARLY BIRD OFFERS: Look out for fantastic Early Bird offers on a wide range of product. Examples include the Four Seasons Resort, Koh Samui, where bookings made 60 days prior to arrival receive an upgrade to a Deluxe One Bedroom Villa. (Restricted dates apply.)
NEW TOURS: ‘Vietnam Highlights’ costs from £877 per person sharing for a 12-day itinerary showcasing the country’s best in just twelve days starting in Hanoi with flights between each city. From Hanoi, travel to the mountains of Sapa where hill tribe villages, ethnic minorities and stunning scenery await. Other highlights include the magnificent Halong Bay for an overnight cruise on a traditional junk and chilling out in Hoi An, a charming old fishing town with fascinating architecture and laid back atmosphere. The tour ends with the bright lights of Saigon and a cruise into the heart of the Mekong Delta.
Alternatively opt for an off the beaten track ‘Intrepid Tour’ of Thailand, Vietnam, China or India.
‘Classic China’ is an 11-night tour tailor made for small groups from £1,290 per person sharing, visiting Beijing, the ancient city of Xi’an, the dramatic countryside surrounding Yangshuo and the tranquil town of Zhujiajia, with its ancient canals and quaint streets.
NEW CRUISES: Fly-cruise itineraries include the ‘Treasures of the Far East’ from Hong Kong and the ‘Land of Smiles’ from Singapore. The ‘Treasures of the Far East’ 14-night itinerary includes visits to the Philippines, Brunei, Singapore, Vietnam and Taiwan, finishing back in Hong Kong. Sailing on the Costa Classica, guests can expect an intimate, majestic and modern ship with 654 elegant cabins, 10 suites, two restaurants, seven bars and two swimming pools. Price start from £1,265 per person sharing.
NEW HOTELS: Highlights include the stunning new deluxe pool villa resort, Sala Phuket in Thailand and the legendary Langham Hotel in Hong Kong.
NEW VISITOR PASSES: The ‘Sentosa Island Experience’ includes three consecutive days of unlimited entry to Sentosa Island with the Sentosa Xperiential Free and Easy pass which includes a handy guidebook packed with insider tips to explore off-beaten tracks and practical island insights, an island and attractions access card for admission to Images of Singapore, Fort Siloso, Segway Fun Ride, Tiger Sky Tower, Sentosa Luge and Skyride. Prices start from £365 per person sharing including four nights’ accommodation.
NEW RAIL JOURNEYS: Includes Japan’s famed Bullet Train, the high-speed rail system linking various major tourist destinations with Tokyo from £142 per person.
With over 30 years experience in organising holidays to Australia, New Zealand and more recently the Far East, Qantas Holidays can draw upon its vast experience and contacts and use its negotiating and buying power to ensure customers get the best possible discounts, are given an extensive choice and ultimately receive value for money.
For more information and bookings, visit qantasholidays.co.uk.