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(TRAVPR.COM) VIETNAM’S FIRST TOUR OPERATOR NOMINATED FOR THE “OSCARS” OF THE TRAVEL INDUSTRY

(TRAVPR.COM) VIETNAM - March 14th, 2014 - Luxury Travel Ltd (www.luxurytravels.asia) has been nominated in ‘Vietnam’s Leading Tour Operator’ category at the 2014 World Travel Awards.

The World Travel Awards serve to acknowledge, reward and celebrate excellence across all sectors of the global travel and tourism industry.

Hailed as the “Oscars” of the travel industry, the awards seek to raise the standards of customer service and overall business performance throughout the international industry.

Now In their 21st year of operation, the World Travel Awards have evolved to represent a global search for the very best travel and tourism brands.

After a rigorous selection procedure, Luxury Travel emerged with a nomination for ‘Vietnam’s Leading Tour Operator’ for the first time, confirming its position as a leader within the Vietnam tourism industry.

As a company, Luxury Travel has contributed significantly to the benchmarking of ‘experiential travel’ within Vietnam and throughout Southeast Asia. In sharing their intimate knowledge of the region they have helped create the ultimate luxury travel experience, establishing a unique travel style of insightful and rewarding tourism.

In receiving a nomination, Luxury Travel has effectively been issued with a global endorsement from thousands of travel professionals who believe that their distinct blend of niche and experiential travel is worth sharing with the rest of the world.

Celebrating 10 years at the forefront of the Vietnamese and Southeast Asian travel industry, Luxury Travel promotes a style of travel that goes beyond the idea of the conventional sightseeing packages, paying particular focus on immersing clients in the local culture and venturing out to lesser-known destinations.

The key thing sophisticated travelers want today is personal service and the opportunity to have unique encounters with a destination’s culture, history and people – something they can’t Google.