ASIA DMC 2017 World Travel Awards winners for As

first_imgASIA DMC, 2017 World Travel Awards winners for ‘Asia’s Leading Destination Management Company, has appointed Mark Snoxell and Exposure Downunder as its representative for the Australian market across all destinations including Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam, where the head office is based.Mark will be equipping Australian agents with knowledge of the depth of ASIA DMC product, and offering both private self-famil options for this year and small luxury group famils for agents early in 2019.“We are delighted to have Mark Snoxell on board to further grow local understanding of our unique ‘Spirit of Travel’ philosophy to the Australian travel trade,” said ASIA DMC’s Group Managing Director, Linh Le. “We have been working with Mark for the past twelve months in New Zealand, and his operating style and innate desire for creating quality tailor-made itineraries aligns superbly with ASIA DMC. We take the responsibility to ensure our guests discover the unique essence of each destination; from community visits to off-the-beaten-track adventures, urban explorations to rural retreats, we put the Spirit of Travel into every trip. “We aim to deliver the timeless values of Eastern hospitality to all our guests, whilst also showcasing the distinctive cultures and experiences of this diverse region.” appointmentsASIA DMCExposure Downunder ASIA DMC’s Spirit of Travel philosophy allows visitors to discover the heart and soul of each destination in a variety of interesting and innovative ways. In Thailand for example, the chance to self-drive a traditional tuk-tuk through the rolling countryside of Chiang Mai is too good an opportunity to miss. Across the border in landlocked Laos, guests have the rare opportunity to spend time with one of ‘Southeast Asia’s most isolated communities, the Ikhos, with an adventure up the Nam Pak River. In Vietnam, the ‘Backroads of Annam’ private adventure reveals the local attractions that lie between Hue and Hoi An, including Tam Giang Lagoon, Bach Ma National Park and A Luoi; while in Cambodia guests can offset the carbon footprint of their trip by planting fruit trees in Preah Dak village.For further information, contact Mark, mark@exposuredownunder.comlast_img

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