SIA Holidays & Wendy Wu open door to Asian travel opportunities

April 10, 2014 on 2:44 pm | In Adventure Travel, Asia, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China, India, Laos, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam | Comments Off



Singapore Airlines (SIA) Holidays relaunched its operations officially yesterday, announcing new holiday packages and a partnership with well-known tour operator Wendy Wu Tours at the InterContinental Hotel last night.

SIA Holidays also released an impressive brochure – ‘Asia’ of new package tours, small breaks and leisure trips including to China’s pristine province of Yunnan with its famous minority peoples and the Jiang River.

The brochure is likely to appeal to people from all backgrounds- whether young people looking for an adventure escape or couples looking for a romantic getaway.

The atmosphere of the night was celebratory, with the synergy between Singapore Airlines international network and Wendy Wu Tours local destination knowledge obvious.

Singapore Airlines senior manager marketing and alliances, Dale Woodhouse said that packages would exploit all of the value SA Holidays and Wendy Wu Tours brought to the partnership.

“The programme also makes the most of our Singapore hub, whether for customers in transit, stopping over or enjoying all that the city has to offer as a destination in its own right,” Mr Woodhouse said.

Guests were also treated to a local Singaporean cocktail on the night – the Singapore Sling.


Avalon goes its own suite way

April 10, 2014 on 8:49 am | In Adventure Travel, Asia, Cambodia, France, Paris, Vietnam | Comments Off



Avalon Waterways will double its presence in France next year, introducing two additional ships and a new French itinerary as part of its 2015 season of river cruises.

Avalon will extend its Suite Ship concept to France for the first time in 2015, deploying two of its newest vessels, Avalon Poetry II and Avalon Tapestry II, on the Rhine and Seine rivers.

Avalon’s 2015 season will involve the biggest selection of Suite Ships yet offered, each with two entire decks of all-suite accommodation.

Two new ships launching in 2015 – the Avalon Tapestry II and Avalon Tranquility II – will give Avalon a total of 10 Suite Ships in an overall European fleet of 15 vessels.

Beyond Europe, Avalon will introduce a new ship on the Irrawaddy in 2015, allowing its first itineraries in Myanmar.

The 36-cabin Avalon Myanmar will be small enough to cruise the upper Irrawaddy throughout its season, allowing a 14-day itinerary that includes Yangon and the temples of Bagan.

Avalon will introduce a similar new ship on the Mekong, Avalon Siem Reap, operating its Vietnam and Cambodia itineraries between Ho Chi Minh City and Siem Reap.

Avalon’s 2015 early booking deals are on sale for a limited time


Pacific Delight Tours Offers Air-Inclusive Indochina Tour

March 30, 2014 on 8:18 am | In Adventure Travel, Airlines, Asia, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam | Comments Off



Pacific Delight Tours rolled out a new 13-day tour of Southeast Asia, including Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand with an air-inclusive price tag of $3,899 per person.

The itinerary will spotlight Hanoi, Halong Bay and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, Siem Reap in Cambodia and Bangkok, Thailand.

The tour begins in Hanoi, with visits of the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, the Presidential Palace, One Pillar Pagoda, the Temple of Literature (dedicated to Confucius), the former prison that was named “Hanoi Hilton” prison by American prisoners of war.

In Siem Reap, the tour includes a visit to Angkor Wat, the largest Khmer temple and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

In Ho Chi Minh’ City the itinerary includes visits to the Caodai Great Temple; the Cu Chi Tunnels, a 124-mile network of hand-dug tunnels where Vietnamese took shelter from bombardments during the Vietnam War; Dong Khoi Street, the main shopping strip of colonial Saigon, and other relics of the French colonial period.

The listed price includes air fare from Los Angeles or San Francisco.


Cambodian City Guides Added To Urban Adventures’ Range Of Free Travel Apps

March 23, 2014 on 11:35 am | In Adventure Travel, Asia, Books Guidebooks, Cambodia | Comments Off



Global day tour company, Urban Adventures has extended its range of free travel apps with the release of new city guides for Siem Reap and Phnom Penh, which provide travellers with in-the-know recommendations from local experts.

There are now Urban Adventures Treasure mApps for 14 cities, including Melbourne, Toronto, Berlin, Amsterdam, Prague, Los Angeles, Florence, Paris, Hanoi, New York City, Rio de Janeiro and Lisbon. The next addition to the range will be Sydney, with dozens more cities set to follow.

Each app features around 40 hand-picked recommendations from Urban Adventures’ team of local tour guides, such as the best spots for happy hour, perfect places for people watching, where to find unique souvenirs, and other hidden gems around the city.

“The places listed in Urban Adventures Treasure mApps aren’t crowd-sourced or cloud-sourced, they are all genuine recommendations from locals who have the inside scoop on their city, and you can’t get better recommendations that that,” said Urban Adventures’ General Manager, Tony Carne.

Urban Adventures Treasure mApps work offline and use geo-fencing technology to let travellers know when they are within 100 metres of a recommended spot. They are updated regularly by Urban Adventures’ local guides, to ensure the information remains current.

Since launching in 2013, there have been more than 15,000 downloads of Urban Adventures Treasure mApps from the iTunes store. They are currently only available on iOS, but travellers can also access Urban Adventures’ recommendations for each city from the Everplaces platform.

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Notes to editors
For more information please visit www.urbanadventures.com/urban_adventures_apps or contact Nicola Frame at pr@urbanadventures.com

About Urban Adventures
Urban Adventures are unique day tours that offer travellers the Best. Day. Ever. Led by passionate locals, Urban Adventures showcase a mix of world famous sites and hidden gems, while uncovering backstreets, local hotspots, and quirky landmarks. There are currently 265 Urban Adventures tours in 90 destinations around the world. Urban Adventures was launched by Intrepid Travel and WHL Group in October 2009.

About Intrepid Travel
Intrepid Travel is a global adventure travel company that has been taking people off the beaten track to discover the world’s most amazing places for 25 years. It offers more than 1,000 trips in more than 100 countries and on every continent. Tours are carbon neutral and designed to truly experience local culture, to meet local people, try local food, take local transport and stay in local accommodation. Award-winning tour leaders, small group sizes and included activities mean they offer travellers great value for money.

About WHL Group
The WHL Group is the largest local-travel company in the world. It is both a global network of companies that help travellers find unique ways to experience a destination through local tourism professionals, and a technology provider to those local tourism operators. WHL Group companies empower local partners who have practice in experiential and mindful travel, and a local’s knack for identifying, explaining and sustaining the distinctive qualities of a place.


Explore Asia’s Finest Colonial Residences with Secret Retreats

March 22, 2014 on 6:33 pm | In Asia, Cambodia | Comments Off



For centuries Asia has always been a place of wonderment and intrigue. All throughout history, explorers like Alexander the Great, Marco Polo, Vasco de Gama and Christopher Columbus were fixated on reaching the shores of the Orient. Captivated with the opulent silks, delicate teas and exotic spices of the Far East, by the early 15th century, also known as the Age of Discovery, Europe had developed a full-fledge trading route with Asia, exchanging precious commodities, craftsmanship, and a sense of aesthetics.

“Almost every country in Asia has been under European influence and many of our member’s properties are witnesses of the colonial past, which is reflected in the aesthetics of their interiors, the architecture and the memorabilia”. – Stephane Junca, Managing Director of Secret Retreats

Secret Retreats offer some of the finest residences, hotels and boats throughout Asia that reflect a charm of yesteryear. Weaving a thread between these hidden gems is the literary figure Kim, a tribute to Rudyard Kipling, whose quests and escapades takes us on an exploratory journey around the Orient. Return to the nostalgia of travel and discover some of Secret Retreats’ finest colonial residences peppered throughout Asia.

Satri House, Laos

Located in the heart of Luang Prabang, Satri House was the original residence that belonged to Prince Soupha-nouvong, who in 1975 became the first president of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic. Echoing a rich history, Satri’s polished terracotta floors and porches overlooking the exotic garden and swimming pool, take you on a journey back in time.

www.secret-retreats.com/satri

Talabgaon Castle, India

A hundred-fifty year old fort situated in the heart of Rajasthan, Talabgaon Castle was built by the owner’s ancestor, Mr. Thakur Vijay Singh ji Rathore. Recently restored into a heritage resort, Talabgaon Castle is the only property with its own Polo field and stables. Enjoy a horse trek through the peaceful countryside as you imagine its colonial past.

www.secret-retreats.com/talabgaon

Qing Wang Fu’s, China

Qing Wang Fu is an exquisite property located at the original Cambridge Street of the former British Concession of Tianjin. The hotel was designed by Zhang Lande, Chief Eunuch of the royal family of late Qing Dynasty, and was regarded as a top-class residence for the Chinese living in the old British Concession. The entire building features a perfect combination of Chinese and Western aesthetics with granite plaster walls, azure stone rails and traditional Chinese flower-and-bird patterns that are carved with Belgian craftsmanship onto the window panes.

www.secret-retreats.com/qingwangfu

The Samar Villas & Spa, Cambodia

Located in Siem Reap near the magnificent Angkor Wat temples, The Samar is a blend of traditional Khmer architecture and contemporary design, this nine bedroom property offers a sense of refinement and warmth typically found in a beautiful family home.

www.secret-retreats.com/samar

Tugu Malang, Indonesia

Located on the island of Java, Tugu Malang offers a rich Dutch colonial past from everything that a lover of history and culture may wish for: delicate silks, hand painted batiks, sumptuous Ikat textiles, antique statuettes, enigmatic masks and leather puppets.

www.secret-retreats.com/tugu-malang

Cabochon, Thailand

Centrally located in Sukhumvit, Bangkok, Cabochon’s architecture is reminiscent of 1920s Shanghai and is a homage to the owner’s father. Antiques fill the Club Lounge from honey-brown leather trunks to an elegant Asian-designed red sofa.

www.secret-retreats.com/cabochon

Chakrabongse Villas, Thailand

An oasis in the middle of Old Bangkok, Chakrabongse Villas was built in the early 1900s and belongs to descendants of the Thai Royal family. The seven spacious rooms are mostly in the traditional Thai style, decorated with woodwork and silks.

www.secret-retreats.com/chakrabongse

The Jahan, Vietnam

With its beautiful wrought iron balustrades and tapered bow, the Jahan criss-crosses the Mekong River, linking Vietnam to Cambodia. The vessel features twenty-six light cabins with balconies decorated in the colonial spirit, featuring dark wooden floors and colourful fabrics that create a convivial atmosphere.

www.secret-retreats.com/jahan

For further information on Secret Retreats, please visit our website: www.secret-retreats.com

For media enquiries, please contact Cristy Elmendorp: cristy@secret-retreats.com

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About Secret Retreats

SECRET RETREATS is a collection of some of the finest boutique residences, hotels and boats throughout Asia—a brand that provides experiential experiences for the discerning traveller. Conscious of the uniformity of luxury hotel chains around the world that deprive today’s travellers of authenticity and individuality, SECRET RETREATS sets a new reference point in the hospitality industry by advocating exclusive boutique hideaways and promoting experiential travel experiences.


Khiri Leads Cross-Cultural Experience in Cambodia

March 22, 2014 on 11:06 am | In Adventure Travel, Asia, Cambodia | Comments Off



For the second year in a row, Southeast Asian inbound operator Khiri Travel has worked with Global Explorers (GEx) to bring a group of young Americans to Asia so that they could pitch in with some constructive hands-on activities in a Cambodian village. In June, Khiri brought over 30 high school students, six teachers and three GEx staff to Cambodia for more than 20 days of interactions with Cambodian people, learning about Khmer history and culture, conservation, farming, and cooking in their villages and farms.

“The kids come from some very challenging inner city communities in the States,” said Willem Neimeijer, the CEO of Khiri Travel speaking at ITB in Berlin. “It’s amazing how the kids all fall in together and become friends. It’s a great program for the Cambodians and the Americans.”

It was all part of the American Youth Leadership Program, a cultural exchange initiative run by Global Explorers and funded by the U.S. State Department to provide life enhancing cross-cultural exchange for American high school students and educators from a diverse background. For two years, Khiri Travel has organized the on-the-ground activities in Cambodia. This year, the activities addressed themes such as leadership, service, cultural exchange, and responsible tourism.

Khiri organized trips to Chi Phat (an ecotourism village in the Cardamom Mountains), the Sambor Prei Kuk homestay community project in central Cambodia, Siem Reap, Tonle Sap, and the temples of Angkor. Khiri Cambodia was heavily involved in arranging the hands-on and interactive elements at each location.

“Students enjoyed their homestay a lot,” said Linda Oum, deputy manager, Khiri Travel Cambodia. “They ate traditional food made by local people. The American students had the opportunity to learn how to do rice farming with Khmer farmers. They enjoyed planting trees at the school. Our students taught the Cambodian students some English, and the local students taught us some Khmer.”


Relive the Sounds of Music Exclusively with Uniworld and Elisabeth von Trapp

March 22, 2014 on 11:00 am | In Adventure Travel, Asia, Cambodia, Cruise Boats, Thailand, Vietnam | Comments Off



Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection proudly announces exclusive performances by the granddaughter of the legendary Maria and Baron von Trapp whose story inspired The Sound of Music and instilled an imaginative musical appreciation in an entire generation. Elisabeth von Trapp will share the “sounds of music” with Uniworld’s guests on select 2014 itineraries and departures from June to September.

Von Trapp has continued the legacy of the internationally renowned Trapp Family Singers, captivating audiences with an artistic passion that transcends both time and culture. Uniworld guests enjoy performances that highlight her unique and expressive style, including iconic Sound of Music melodies. Guests sailing on Uniworld’s “Enchanting Danube,” will join von Trapp in Salzburg, Austria at the epic Mirabellgarten as she performs highlights from The Sound of Music, as well as other angelic arrangements extending from Gregorian chants, 12th-century mystic Hildegard von Bingen tunes, early American hymns, and her own original compositions. Guests will also participate in a sing-along of “Do-Re-Mi” at the famed garden where the original 1964 scene was filmed. And guests sailing on “European Serenade,” ” Danube Discovery,” and “Grand European River Voyage,” will be treated to “the sounds of von Trapp” with an exclusive onboard performance. “We are delighted to provide these exclusive performances on 36 of our summer 2014 departures and offer guests the opportunity to enjoy and participate in a truly special musical event,” said Guy Young, President of Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection.

For more details, please visit uniworld.com or connect with Uniworld Boutique River Cruises at facebook.com/uniworldrivercruises  or twitter.com/uniworldcruises.

About Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection
Los Angeles-based Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection, the world’s only authentic boutique cruise line™, is recognized among the “World’s Best River Cruises” by Travel + Leisure. Uniworld has also been recognized in their “Top 20 River Ships,” with seven ships ranking in the top 20, along with the River Countess earning the highest score of all cruise ships, both river and ocean. Uniworld has been named in Condé Nast Traveler’s prestigious Gold List for six consecutive years and in their Platinum Circle for two years. Uniworld was also ranked in their top three among the world’s “Top Ten” cruise lines, both ocean and river. Uniworld’s staterooms and dining are also ranked among the “Top Three in the World” by Zagat Survey®, with Uniworld being the only river cruise line named in the Zagat Survey® amongst the best of the best in the cruise industry. The editors of Cruise Critic handpicked Uniworld’s S.S. Antoinetteas the “Best River Cruise Ship,” and Cruise International awarded Uniworld for the second year in a row, the “Best Luxury River Cruise Line.” In addition, Uniworld has the highest rankings by travelers on Cruise Critic for both river and ocean cruise lines. Uniworld features luxurious boutique ships with an average capacity of 130 guests and the highest staff-to-guest ratio in the river cruise industry, as well as included shore excursions, world-class gourmet cuisine, and award-winning hospitality. Uniworld offers over 500 departures sailing on more than 15 rivers in over 20 countries throughout Europe, Russia, Egypt, China, Vietnam, and Cambodia.

Uniworld is a member of CLIA, Cruise Lines International Association

About The TreadRight Foundation
Uniworld Boutique River Cruises is part of a joint initiative with The TreadRight Foundation, a not-for-profit foundation established by The Travel Corporation to encourage sustainable tourism within our own family of brands and in the places we visit. To date, TreadRight has donated more than US $2 million to sustainable tourism projects around the world. To find out more about our work with TreadRight visit: www.TreadRight.org


CroisiEurope Offers Deals on Two of its Newly Acquired Mekong River Cruises‏

March 19, 2014 on 8:42 am | In Adventure Travel, Asia, Cambodia, Cruise Boats, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam | Comments Off



CroisiEurope, Europe’s largest river cruise operator, has recently announced its acquisition of Compagnie Fluviale du Mékong (CFM), now called CFM by CroisiEurope. After 4 years of chartering the RV Indochine from CFM, CroisiEurope will gain 4 additional ships that sail along the Mekong River between Cambodia and Vietnam and two additional ships that are currently under construction through the acquisition.

CroisiEurope is currently offering special deals on two of its Mekong River cruises aboard the RV Indochine:

Angkor Temples to Mekong Delta: From the heights of the Himalayas to the coast of the China sea this 11-day trip discovers the picturesque landscapes from Siem Reap to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). Explore a silk workshop in Angkor, the great lake of Tonlé Sap, the Silver Pagoda and Royal palace in Phnom Penh, a traditional lacquer-ware factory in Ho Chi Minh City plus much more. Guests who depart on July 27th will pay $2,974 per person double – a $420 savings. This price includes drinks with meals and excursions.

Traveling up the Mekong River: This eleven day cruise travels along the beautiful Mekong river uncovering the hidden gems in Indochina. Discover Ho Chi Minh City through a city tour and excursions to Cholon, the great market, and Thien Hau Pagoda before visiting cities such as Phnom Penh, Kampong Tralach, Tonlé Sap, Angkor and Siem Reap. Guests who book the August 6th or August 28th departures will pay $2,093 per person double – a $420 savings. Prices include drinks with meals and excursions.

CroisiEurope’s newly expanded Mekong fleet includes:

The RV Indochine: 48 passengers with 24 cabins
The RV Lan Diep: 44 passengers with 22 cabins
The RV Tioum Tou 1: 20 passengers with 10 cabin
The RV Tioum Tou 2: 28 passengers with 14 cabins

For more information about CroisiEurope, please visit, www.croisieuroperivercruises.com


Explore Asia’s Finest Colonial Residences with Secret Retreats

March 18, 2014 on 1:55 pm | In Asia, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam | Comments Off



For centuries Asia has always been a place of wonderment and intrigue. All throughout history, explorers like Alexander the Great, Marco Polo, Vasco de Gama and Christopher Columbus were fixated on reaching the shores of the Orient. Captivated with the opulent silks, delicate teas and exotic spices of the Far East, by the early 15th century, also known as the Age of Discovery, Europe had developed a full-fledge trading route with Asia, exchanging precious commodities, craftsmanship, and a sense of aesthetics.

“Almost every country in Asia has been under European influence and many of our member’s properties are witnesses of the colonial past, which is reflected in the aesthetics of their interiors, the architecture and the memorabilia”. – Stephane Junca, Managing Director of Secret Retreats

Secret Retreats offer some of the finest residences, hotels and boats throughout Asia that reflect a charm of yesteryear. Weaving a thread between these hidden gems is the literary figure Kim, a tribute to Rudyard Kipling, whose quests and escapades takes us on an exploratory journey around the Orient. Return to the nostalgia of travel and discover some of Secret Retreats’ finest colonial residences peppered throughout Asia.

Satri House, Laos

Located in the heart of Luang Prabang, Satri House was the original residence that belonged to Prince Soupha-nouvong, who in 1975 became the first president of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic. Echoing a rich history, Satri’s polished terracotta floors and porches overlooking the exotic garden and swimming pool, take you on a journey back in time.

www.secret-retreats.com/satri

Talabgaon Castle, India

A hundred-fifty year old fort situated in the heart of Rajasthan, Talabgaon Castle was built by the owner’s ancestor, Mr. Thakur Vijay Singh ji Rathore. Recently restored into a heritage resort, Talabgaon Castle is the only property with its own Polo field and stables. Enjoy a horse trek through the peaceful countryside as you imagine its colonial past.

www.secret-retreats.com/talabgaon

Qing Wang Fu’s, China

Qing Wang Fu is an exquisite property located at the original Cambridge Street of the former British Concession of Tianjin. The hotel was designed by Zhang Lande, Chief Eunuch of the royal family of late Qing Dynasty, and was regarded as a top-class residence for the Chinese living in the old British Concession. The entire building features a perfect combination of Chinese and Western aesthetics with granite plaster walls, azure stone rails and traditional Chinese flower-and-bird patterns that are carved with Belgian craftsmanship onto the window panes.

www.secret-retreats.com/qingwangfu

The Samar Villas & Spa, Cambodia

Located in Siem Reap near the magnificent Angkor Wat temples, The Samar is a blend of traditional Khmer architecture and contemporary design, this nine bedroom property offers a sense of refinement and warmth typically found in a beautiful family home.

www.secret-retreats.com/samar

Tugu Malang, Indonesia

Located on the island of Java, Tugu Malang offers a rich Dutch colonial past from everything that a lover of history and culture may wish for: delicate silks, hand painted batiks, sumptuous Ikat textiles, antique statuettes, enigmatic masks and leather puppets.

www.secret-retreats.com/tugu-malang

Cabochon, Thailand

Centrally located in Sukhumvit, Bangkok, Cabochon’s architecture is reminiscent of 1920s Shanghai and is a homage to the owner’s father. Antiques fill the Club Lounge from honey-brown leather trunks to an elegant Asian-designed red sofa.

www.secret-retreats.com/cabochon

Chakrabongse Villas, Thailand

An oasis in the middle of Old Bangkok, Chakrabongse Villas was built in the early 1900s and belongs to descendants of the Thai Royal family. The seven spacious rooms are mostly in the traditional Thai style, decorated with woodwork and silks.

www.secret-retreats.com/chakrabongse

The Jahan, Vietnam

With its beautiful wrought iron balustrades and tapered bow, the Jahan criss-crosses the Mekong River, linking Vietnam to Cambodia. The vessel features twenty-six light cabins with balconies decorated in the colonial spirit, featuring dark wooden floors and colourful fabrics that create a convivial atmosphere.

www.secret-retreats.com/jahan

For further information on Secret Retreats, please visit our website: www.secret-retreats.com


Angkor Heritage Boutique Hotel Opens in Siem Reap

March 15, 2014 on 11:51 am | In Asia, Cambodia | Comments Off



AIC offers professional hotels & resorts management, sales and marketing, and strategic planning to hotels & resorts as well as opinions on the sale, purchase, renovation, establishment and operation of new properties.

The Angkor Heritage Boutique Hotel, the first AIC managed property in Siem Reap, has been renovated to maximise its value to Australian and international travellers looking for affordable luxury accommodation in a quiet, tropical garden setting in central Siem Reap.

The Angkor Heritage Boutique Hotel is located a short TukTuk ride from the bus station, Old Market and Pub Street – 15 minutes drive from Siem Reap International airport and the famous Angkor Archaeological Park, which hosts the renowned UNESCO World Heritage site. The hotel is also short walk to produce markets where guests can shop with the locals vying for fresh fruit and vegetables to giftware, accessories and clothing.

Offering guests a unique hotel experience in a lush South Asia garden setting, The Angkor Heritage Boutique Hotel offers spacious rooms and suites with traditional Cambodian teak floors, King size beds, air conditioning and overhead fans, a separate shower room & bathtub, large private balconies with views over the swimming pool and natural tropical gardens.

It has a resort atmosphere with a Khmer and colonial design yet maintains its original Siem Reap, Angkor Wat concept. The result is a truly unique hotel experience where guests can relax and be pampered by friendly, caring staff.

There are three room categories – deluxe twin, double, and family deluxe connecting rooms each featuring unique styles and comfort designs with large flat-screen TV, a working desk, and dressing table. Wifi is freely available throughout the hotel and grounds.

Facilities include:

Restaurant – open daily featuring delicious international and Khmer tradition food
Pool-Bar – open daily and evenings
Spa – Massage, open daily with traditional Khmer body massage & reflexologies
Laundry service
Airport transfers & transportation
Business centre
Currency exchange
Doctor on call

Mr Saron Khan, general manager of the Angkor Heritage Boutique Hotel, said The Angkor Heritage Boutique Hotel provides a comfortable hotel experience for independent and business travellers, couples and families looking for a quiet, relaxing time in Siem Reap after exploring temples, shopping, and meeting new friends.

He said AIC is poised to make a significant Cambodian footprint in the local hotel sector. “The Angkor Heritage Boutique Hotel complements the properties already contracted to our nine strong local consortium, which has many years of collective experience in hotel management.”

AIC provides a total approach to hotel & resort management with professional hospitality services, sales and marketing, training and strategic planning to hotels as well as opinions on the sale, purchase, renovation, establishment and operation of new properties.

Information:
http://www.angkorheritagehotel.com
Angkor Heritage Boutique Hotel, # 0273 Street BT (Off National Road No. 6), Sangkat Slor Kram, Siem Reap; Cambodia
+855 (0) 77332 168, +855 (0) 63 966 660
E-mail: sale@angkorheritagehotel.com


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