Wendy Wu offers free trips to Asia with March bookings

Wendy Wu Tours is offering Brits the chance to get away from all the impending doom and gloom of Brexit with free holidays to Asia.

Throughout March the Asia travel specialist is offering two-night stays in Hong Kong on selected tours to China and Japan, two-night beach holidays across Southeast Asia - including Phu Quoc in Vietnam, Hua Hin in Thailand and Koh Rong in Cambodia – free of charge, or free three-night stays in Shimla or Ranthambore Tiger Reserve on selected tours to India.

John Warr, global sales director for the company, said: “With the immediate uncertainty of Brexit on the horizon it’s clear that people are looking further afield when making their holiday plans. In January this year, 67% of our bookings were from first-time bookers to Asia and South America, testament that the long-haul market is more than holding its own in this current climate.”

Wendy Wu passengers can take advantage of the free trips on selected departures from Heathrow, Gatwick and Manchester with Cathay Pacific and travel must be taken before December 31.

Free holidays may be offered either before or after the main tour and can be used in conjunction with customer loyalty discounts.

For more information visit www.wendywutours.co.uk/agents or call 0808 239 2197.


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