Classic Vacations Expands Into Asia

Halong Bay Vietnam
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Classic Vacations has announced it will be offering vacation experiences in Asia, with properties in Cambodia, The Kingdom of Bhutan, Laos, Indonesia (including Java and Bali), Thailand, and Vietnam.

Yvette Broussard, product development manager at Classic Vacations, said that many of Classic Vacations’ partner properties include all-inclusive resorts, as well as properties close to UNESCO World Heritage Sites, beaches and historic temples. 

Classic Vacations’ hotel and resort partners across Asia include, but are not limited to: Aman Resorts, Banyan Tree, COMO Hotels and Resorts, and Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. Packages with participating properties that meet a minimum three nights’ length of stay will receive complimentary roundtrip airport transfers.

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Viator Private Tours will be offered in select cities. Additionally, Classic Asia will be offering bulk airfares with airline partners in Business, Premium Economy, and Economy Classes.

Classic Vacations said it will soon be announcing an educational webinar on the new Asia destinations.

The new offerings can be explored at https://www.classicvacations.com/asia-luxury-vacations, and bookings can be made by calling or emailing Classic directly, at [email protected].

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