Hayes & Jarvis launches 2017/2018 Far East brochure
Hayes and Jarvis has released its 2017-2018 Far East Destination Guide.
The latest brochure has 156 pages of hotels, trips, excursions and adventure ideas including new luxury hotels across Thailand, Indonesia, and Vietnam.
The brochure has been designed with maps and suggested multi-centres to help readers visualise the destinations and encourage them to tailor-make their own holiday, visiting more than one destination.
Symbols highlight the holiday types available – family, soft adventure, luxury, weddings & honeymoons, sustainable hotels and tours.
It contains “48 hours in…” guides, with tips explaining how to make the most of your time in various city stopovers.
Hayes & Jarvis is offering a 10-night multicentre holiday to Thailand, from £1,429 per person – a saving of up to £290 per person.
The offer includes three nights at the five-star Sofitel Krabi Phokeethra, followed by two nights at the five star Layana, before returning to the Sofitel Krabi Phokeethra for four final nights.
The offer includes international flights from London Heathrow with British Airways and Qatar, based on departures 11 October 2017.
There are also new private excursions added for 2017/2018 holidays: Highlights of Indonesia, Island of Flores Discovery and Kalimantan Adventure.
The operator is offering an 11-night holiday to Indonesia from £2,339 per person – a saving of up to £474 per person. The offer includes the Highlights of Indonesia, nine-night private tour, followed by a three-night stay at the four-star Segara Village on a room only basis.
The offer includes return international flights from London Heathrow with Emirates, based on departures 31 October 2017.
Hayes and Jarvis offers a selection of family friendly, luxury hotels, including VinPearl Danang Resort and Villas and Sol Beach House Phu Quoc in Vietnam.
The company is encouraging visitors to explore Vietnam by rail. Holidaymakers can travel from Hanoi south across the country to Ho Chi Minh City, using a combination of daytime and overnight trains.
Alternatively, for those seeking the ultimate glamping experience, the Menjangan Dynasty Resort in northwest Bali is the perfect option where guests can stay in an African inspired luxury tented camp. The resort features diving and snorkelling spots nearby as well as mountain biking, cycling and trekking.
Emma Mitchell, destination manager, Asia, said: “We’re delighted to be releasing our largest Far East brochure yet with even more detailed information from our Destination Experts to help to plan multicentre trips and excursions.
“We know that multicentre holidays are becoming increasingly popular and more and more of our customers are looking for more than just a seven night beach holiday.
“Our new brochure is created with just this in mind to help holidaymakers curate more experiential trips that allow them to discover as much of the Far East and its authentic beauty as possible.”
The brochure also features a number of new hotels for the operator, including the brand new Hotel Indigo Seminyak, opening in July 2017.