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VietnamDiscovery.com

VietnamDiscovery.com

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http://vietnamdiscovery.com

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VietnamDiscovery.com is the official channel for tour booking of Vietnam Discovery Travel Jsc.

In celebrating its 10th birthday, VietnamDiscovery.com introduces many newly added features to enhance customers’ experience in booking tours through the site.

One of the new features is the interactive map with the outlined path for every tour on the site. The maps will mark all the destinations along the trips according to the detailed itineraries.

A tour planning package is also added with several useful tools for tourists planning their trip in Vietnam. The package includes tour query, currency converter, weather check and separate pages for sharing Vietnam travel experiences and FAQs.

Hundreds of different tours onsite are classified classification in which tours are classified into both tour styles and tour destinations with detailed guide, tours available and cities’ highlights (attractions, restaurants, bars, travel pointers).
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Published on 9/4/11

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