Get your chopsticks ready for Contiki Asias Same Same b

first_imgThe Two Tims with Tammy Marshall Source = e-Travel Blackboard: C.F Contiki has released Same Same, but Different, a fly-on-the-wall style documentary starring travel’s most dynamic duo, the Two Tims. The 15-minute movie offers a tantalizing taste of the Contiki Asia experience, with the perfect mix of authentic activities, quality accommodation and amazing sights. Contiki’s 2010-11 Asia program features four fantastic itineraries covering the unique destination highlights in Vietnam, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia. The documentary follows the Two Tims on Contiki Asia’s 14-day Asian Adventure as they taste deep-fried insects from vendors in Bangkok, participate in prayer with Buddhist monks, take part in a cooking class in Chang Mai and try out their mahout skills in Laos. Tammy Marshall, managing director, Contiki Holidays said, “The release of Same Same, but Different, marks yet another creative initiative Contiki has adopted to help consultants communicate with the youth market. “The footage can be used as a sales tool at a sell level, and at film nights, conferences and trade shows to help generate new sales and interest within the youth market travelling to Asia. “Contiki really broke the mould with our new Asia program.  It was the first of its kind in terms of product and quality available in the region and Same Same, but Different really demonstrates how the brand has evolved to suit this exotic destination. “Accommodation is almost entirely made up of quality three star hotels, with a couple of cool local digs thrown to enhance the experience such as locally owned and operated guesthouse in Pakbeng and the Mekong Delta, plus an awesome overnight junk boat cruise on Halong Bay. “Plus, each Asian itinerary features unique transport modes including tuk-tuks through Laos, overnight train in Thailand, wooden boats on the Mekong, dragon boat in Hue, pedal power in Cambodia, flights and much more.” Tammy said that Contiki Asia had been very successful since its launch late last year and she also hinted that a number of new destinations would be added to the program by year’s end.  last_img read more

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