Escorted touring specialist Costsaver has added three trips, two destinations and a new travel style to its Asia brochure.
Its 2020 programme offers 10 trips across eight countries, including the new Mini Breaks category – which offers short holidays to a single destination that can be sold separately or as an add-on to an existing itinerary.
Mini Breaks were introduced in response to the popularity of Costsaver’s four-day Hong Kong Highlights trip. New additions include the four-day Amazing Singapore. Priced from £325pp it is the first time Costsaver has featured Singapore, and includes accommodation, transfers and some sightseeing experiences.
Costsaver has introduced Malaysia for the first time, through its 15-day Thai and Malaysian Odyssey, which includes Krabi and Bang Saphan Noi in Thailand as well as Malaysia’s largest tea station, the Cameron Highlands, and a trip to capital Kuala Lumpur. Prices start from £2,025 per person.
Also new is the 22-day Essence of South East Asia itinerary to Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. Priced from £3,425pp it includes a tour director, three and four star accommodation, air conditioned coaches and internal flights.
Some existing tours have been updated, including Iconic China, which for 2020 now includes a three-night Yangtze River cruise in addition to Beijing, The Great Wall, Xi’an and Shanghai. The 12-day trip is priced from £2,050 per person.
Costsaver said its 2020 range includes more optional experiences for guests to tailor their holidays, they include a food tour in Vietnam, a cultural exchange with a hill tribe in Thailand and a Kung Fu show in China.
Janice Farnum, director of product for Asia, said: “Guests are loving the Costsaver way to travel because it gives them everything they need for a great holiday and the tools to tailor it to perfection. It’s a refreshing way to explore Asia, and we’re so excited to introduce our new tours showcasing even more of this stunning continent.”
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