Cosmos says its new holiday adventures in south east Asia are perfect for viewers inspired by the latest Sunday night TV travel series with comedy duo, Dara O’Briain and Ed Byrne, as they experience the sights of Thailand, Malaysia and Myanmar on a Trip of a Lifetime.
Giles Hawke, Cosmos’ CEO said: “As with most celebrity led travel programmes, which give viewers the opportunity of seeing the amazing sights of a country from their armchair, we expect a swell of interest in holidays to this region. “
He added: “Agents can recommend our new tours to Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, Cambodia and Vietnam to customers who might not normally consider travelling to these regions. Our new small group tours offer the perfect balance; the opportunity to experience a country in the knowledge that all travel, transport and accommodation is taken care of, with the backing of an experienced and knowledgeable team.”
“We’ve made it easy for agents to research or book any of our holidays with the introduction of our new trade portal, or if they prefer, our contact centre team are happy to help.”
The nine-day ‘Flavours of Thailand’ is a culinary journey to the capital city of Bangkok as well as Chiang Mai in the north of the country to discover the flavours of Thai cuisine.
Priced from GBP1,475pp, it includes all flights, seven nights’ bed and breakfast accommodation, some meals, guided excursions, transfers and a VIP private home pick-up service.
The 13 day ‘Malaysia and the Orangutans of Borneo’ is an adventure to discover the vibrant and colourful cities of Kuala Lumpur and Penang, lush green tea plantations of the Highlands, and a chance of a life time to see the famed orangutans of Borneo.
Priced from GBP1,959pp, it includes all flights, 10 nights’ bed and breakfast accommodation, some meals, guided excursions, transfers and a VIP private home pick-up service.
Book any 2018 Cosmos holiday before 31 July 2017 and the included private home pick-up service applies to customers living within a 100 mile radius of their UK departure airport. After that date the mileage is within a 50 mile radius.