Travel 2 has introduced seven itineraries and four hotels to its latest Far East brochure, which offers departures in 2019 and 2020.
The brochure now has 10 destinations – Thailand, Malaysia, Bali, Vietnam, Cambodia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, China and Bhutan – as Myanmar has been dropped.
Cambodia continues to be the strongest performing destination, with year-on-year sales revenue increasing by 138%.
This has prompted Travel 2 to add two new holidays – an eight-day Boutique Asia – Cambodia Experience and a 15-day Cambodia & Vietnam Experience.
The 15-day holiday costs from £2,500 per adult and £2,399 per child, based on two adults and two children, and includes flights and some meals.
Scott Hunter, assistant product & commercial manager for specialist product in Africa, Asia, Middle East & Indian Ocean, said: “With plenty of activities for kids and experienced guides who will bring the region to life, this is ideal way to experience the highlights of Vietnam & Cambodia as a family.”
Travel 2 has seen family touring soar over the past 12 months – with 458% growth in sales revenue, while passenger numbers rose 210%.
Japan sales have risen by 110% year-on-year over the past 12 months, with events such as the Rugby World Cup in autumn 2019 and the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 raising the country’s profile.
To cater for rising demand, Travel 2 has a new seven-day Japan Explorer holiday and 10-day Jewels of Japan itinerary.
Prices for Jewels of Japan start from £4,640, which includes flights, all meals, sightseeing, accommodation and domestic transport.
Two of the new hotels are in Phuket, Thailand – OZO Phuket and Kalima Resort – while the others are the Village Hotel Sentosa, Singapore, and Bhutan Spirit Sanctuary, in Bhutan’s Neyphu valley.
Agents who make a booking from the brochure between July 29 and August 26 will be entered into a prize draw to win one of three Thai cooking class experiences, worth £69 each.
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