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Tour company autumn itinerary offers freebies

Tour company autumn itinerary offers freebies
 

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The Ho Chi Minh City-based TST Tourist Company has announced the launch of a series of domestic and outbound tours for autumn.
The Hanoi-1000 Years of Thang Long tour will give visitors a chance to enjoy the beauty of fall in the capital, feel the fresh air, and see trees on the city’s streets change colors.
The company is also offering a five day/four night Hanoi-Halong tour at VND10,798,000 (US$540) that includes a night’s stay on a cruise ship; Hanoi-Sapa at VND7,278,000; a six day/five night Hanoi-Ninh Binh-Ha Long-Sapa tour at VND8, 568,000; and several other northern tours.
Visitor can travel to Australia for the 2010 Floriade flower festival for $2,368, or to Korea for six days and five nights for $818 to see the change of weather during what is regarded as the country’s most beautiful season with the yellow of leaves everywhere.
Customers will also have a chance to win lucky prizes including a Piaggio GTS scooter worth $7,500, three Apple iPhone 4GB mobiles valued at $1,000 each, and 10 travel coupons worth VND2 million each.
Everyone booking tours will also receive a gift and full travel insurance from Chartis Vietnam Insurance Company Limited.
The tour operator will offer promotions from September 10 to October 10 to mark the 1,000th anniversary of Thang Long – Hanoi and for being voted a “Vietnamese consumers’ most favorite brand” by readers of Sai Gon Giai Phong last week.
TST Tourist has tie-ups with airlines to get discount fares for tours to Europe, Australia, America, Japan, Korea, and other Asian countries.

 

Source: By Nha Doan – Translated by Khanh Huy

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