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May, 04 2012 10:10:53

Big summer tour discounts offered

Despite higher costs, many tour operators are offering discounts of at least 5 per cent while some who have joined hands with Vietnam Airlines are even offering 30 per cent off on summer tour packages.

Fiditourist is offering a VND3 million discount on tours to the north that take in Ha Noi, Bac Ninh, Ha Long Bay, and Tuan Chau Island. The HCM City-based operator is also offering a VND1.6 million discount on tours to the central region.

Saigontourist Travel Service Co. is offering discounts of VND345,000 to 1.5 million for tours taking in Da Lat and Phu Quoc Island.

Lien Bang Travelink has said it will cut the prices of six flight-based tours by 30 per cent, including two each to the north and centre and one each to Da Lat and Phu Quoc.

Its seat-in-coach tours will cost 18 per cent less. — VNS

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