Hanoi, Vietnam - Adding to an extensive track record of tailor-made itineraries across Asia, destination management company ASIA DMC introduces a dedicated SIC (seat-in-coach) experience for German travellers who wish to explore all of the highlights of Vietnam in one visit.
Vietnam is a country filled with captivating natural beauty and rustic village life, a melting pot of tradition and modernization, making it a truly unique place to visit. The islands and beaches are among the finest in all of Southeast Asia, and Vietnam’s cuisine is well-known for its delicious and abundant flavours.
A journey through Vietnam can come in many forms such as exploring traditional culinary arts from different regions, experiencing the live of locals, or visiting renowned tourist attractions. Although the combination of all these travel styles would be most immersive and throughout to get to know Vietnam, such approach can lead to significantly time-consuming trips. As a result, an experienced guide to walk you through the absolute must-see destinations in Vietnam can be an outstanding choice for many first-time visitors.
With extensive research and experience in destination management, ASIA DMC have engineered a comprehensive SIC program dedicated for first-time German visitors to Vietnam. Accompanied by a local German-speaking guide, travellers will take 8-days to explore Vietnam’s all-time classic destinations and activities. The itinerary starts in Hanoi (fly-in), the authentic capital of Vietnam, then goes through UNESCO World Heritage Ha Long Bay, poetic Hue, colourful Hoi An and ends in bustling Ho Chi Minh City (fly-out). Afterwards, guests will have options to extend their journey with a 3-days visit to Siem Reap or Mui Ne Beach.
ASIA DMC’s SIC tour guarantees departures every month for groups of 4 to 12 guests, with extra options for smaller or larger groups. Prices start from US$700 per pax, a small surcharge will apply to private groups (less than 4 guests). Departure schedules will soon be available on ASIA DMC’s B2B Portal for agents to log in and check anytime without the hassle of manual inquires.
Discover charming Vietnam without that FOMO (feeling of missing out):
- SIC tour covering all of Vietnam’s must-see destinations from North to South
- Experienced local German-speaking guide
- VISA not required for the duration of the tour
- Program designed for everyone from solo to group travellers
- Flexible year-round departure with suitable budget
To find out more, please contact email@example.com or talk to ASIA DMC directly at ITB Berlin 2020 from the 4th to the 8th of March. The team will be represented by Andre van der Marck (Managing Director Thailand) and Trung Tran (Indochina Business Development Manager) at the Vietnam Pavilion, hall 26C, stand 313.
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About ASIA DMC:
ASIA DMC is an international award-winning Destination Management Company (DMC) specializing in Southeast Asia and solely dedicated to B2B trade. Founded in 1997 in Hanoi where the company is headquartered, ASIA DMC welcomes guests to Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar and Indonesia where it operates offices led by highly experienced international and local native-speaking professionals. International guests from around the world include agency clients from the UK, Europe, USA, Asia and Australia and New Zealand, making ASIA DMC a continental service provider for global businesses ranging from special interest groups, set departure groups and tailor-made trips for high-end experiential and independent private travel. ASIA DMC showcases responsible travel experiences and solutions with creativity, passion, in-depth local knowledge and expertise. Products and corporate focus are dedicated to the celebration of Asia in an extremely trade and customer centric way that also serves to protect the local people, culture and environment by working closely with its in-house HG Foundation which leads numerous community and environmental initiatives around the region.