Backyard Travel Release News of Promotion for ‘Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos Discovery’ Tour

Backyard Travel, Asia’s most innovative tour company, has today released news of a special offer on their multi-country trip taking travelers through three of the majestic nations of Southeast Asia: Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. Travelers who book and take the inspirational trip before the 31 December 2013 can enjoy a 10% discount and enjoy the amazing journey for less.

The 14-day, 13-night tour gives travelers the opportunity to compare the three familiar yet strikingly different neighboring nations, led by local Backyard Travel guides in each destination. The fully customizable tour allows visitors to spend time investigating not just the well-known majestic sites around the three outstanding destinations, but also to enjoy lesser-seen attractions and relish insider experiences.

From laid-back Luang Prabang to Vientiane in Laos, travelers will have the chance to soak up the unique ‘no-rush’ attitude of the sleepy nation, visiting decadent temples and world famous sites such as the Pak Ou Caves and Mount Phousi.

In Vietnam the tri-country tour will take travelers from Hanoi down the country’s South China Sea coast to Hoi An then on to the romantic town of Hue along the Hai Van pass before arriving in Ho Chi Minh City, still lovingly known as Saigon by locals.

Travelers then fly across to Cambodia to visit Siem Reap and the magnificent Angkor Wat temple complex. As well as seeing the temples through the eyes of a local led by an expert guide, travelers will have the opportunity to visit the magical Tonlé Sap Lake and Kampong Phluk village built on stilts above the water.  

“We hope this sublime exploration of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos really captures the imagination of travelers who dream of visiting these iconic, inspirational countries,” said Backyard Travel’s General Manager Maeve Nolan. “Hopefully this 10% discount will further enhance the experience for all travelers who seek to discover the true characteristics of each of these outstanding Southeast Asian nations.”

Source = Backyard Travel
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