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Adventures by Disney Offering Southeast Asia Itineraries in 2013

26 March 2012 No Comment

In 2013, Adventures by Disney will be offering a new destination for families to visit – Southeast Asia, which will feature Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. The new experience will feature a 12 day, 11 night itinerary will allow families to experience several cities including Saigon, Hanoi, Hoi An, Luang Prabang, Siem Reap and Angkor Wat.

During the trip, two Disney Adventure Guides will lead families through a variety of experiences, taking care to make sure each member of the family has a great time. From learning to make Vietnamese delicacies with the aid of a local chef to exploring the Temples of Angkor Wat, among other off the beaten path adventures, the Southeast Asia excursion will be a trip of a lifetime.

Says Josh D’Amaro, Vice President, Adventures by Disney:

We are thrilled to invite families to experience new corners of the world with Adventures by Disney, as we expand our portfolio of more than 20 destinations to include Southeast Asia. This exotic new itinerary holds true to Disney’s dedication to storytelling, exceptional customer service and incredible value. With our award-winning itineraries, families are treated to a worry-free experience, perfect for vacationers taking their first international excursion or even the seasoned traveler.

In addition to the new Southeast Asia itinerary, Adventures by Disney will also launch a special one-day tour of Los Angeles. Dubbed “Lights, Cameras, Magic,” this tour will take families through various L.A. hotspots including several iconic locations and star-studded Hollywood, Beverly Hills and The Walt Disney Studios.

For further details on these new excursions, visit AdventuresbyDisney.com.


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