Singapore Airlines Holidays have released an expanded range of beach holiday options for 2015/16
AUSTRALIA - Singapore Airlines Holidays have released an expanded range of beach holiday options for 2015/16, in the inaugural "Asia Beach Escapes and Singapore" brochure.
The new range showcases 7 night packages across Asia's best beaches, with the option to add a Singapore city stay. A Singapore city stay is the perfect complement to a 'flop and drop' holiday, with the country recently been named the number one destination to visit in 2015 by Lonely Planet.
SIAH's renowned packages provide great value, with a one-stop-shop formula, to provide the Australian leisure traveller with easy-to-book holidays inclusive of flights with Singapore Airlines, accommodation, breakfast and transfers, all at one transparent competitive price.
SIAH managing director Alan Alcock says that the company has built strong relationships with the most reputable properties in the region and is able to supply agents with a comprehensive range of beach holidays across Asia for the Australian market.
He adds, "Our new brochure offers a variety of more than 70 beach properties and allows agents to match the customer to the right resort. Knowing which resort to recommend is a real skill, and we have produced a brochure to aid agents in this. Due to industry demand, we have expanded our destinations from traditional island holidays of Koh Samui, Langkawi, to include upcoming hot destinations like the Philippines."
"Our 12 properties in the Philippines across Boracay, Cebu and Bohol, which have traditionally been quite isolated from mainstream tourists, are all packaged up over seven nights inclusive of flights, accommodation and transfers with customers able to add extra nights and stopover options in Singapore".
Also new to the brochure are 26 Thailand properties, all within two hours flying time of Singapore, Vietnam beach stays in Lang Co, Danang and Hoi An and combination packages such as Sri Lanka with the Maldives. A large portion of packages are priced under $2000 per person twin share with seven-nights in four star plus properties and return economy airfares for all major capital cities in Australia.
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