PRLog - May 14, 2010 - Luxury Travel Vietnam http://www.luxurytravelvietnam.com/
Limousine Serive by Luxury Travel from Hanoi to Halong Bay
Most Hanoi’s based travelers travel to Halong bay by coach and stay overnight on sharing junk and now Luxury Travel offers guests a private cruise option and ride helicopter to save time.
Halong archipelago is one of the world’s natural wonders -a bay with more than 3,000 islands, which time, wind and waves have sculpted into fantastic shapes.
Viewing Halong Bay by helicopter is a great way to get a panoramic view. Imagine a mystical landscape of turquoise water sprinkled with thousands of jagged, limestone islands.
Halong Bay is dotted with tiny islands, pristine sandbanks on the turquoise water providing an excellent backdrop for swimming or simply being lazy on the junk boat deck.
Pick up by a private car from guest’s hotels in Hanoi and then helicopter from Gia Lam Heliport to Halong Bay to view the magnificent Halong Bay and explorer this wonder from the sky. Great way to get a panoramic view!
“You indulge in the lap of luxury on a chartered helicopter, have a chance to stay overnight on traditional junk boat and you cruise on your own itinerary in the most beautiful bay of the word. The exclusive private Prince and Princess Junk offer you the ultimate and personalized services and you have absolutely unforgettable experiences in Halong Bay and Bai Tu Long Bay” said Thomas Chu, a luxury travel advisor of Luxury Travel Company.
Prince and Princess Junk are designed perfectly by wood, stone and bronze in harmony between tradition and luxury. With a fully-equipped dinning room, a deluxe cabin with en-suite bathroom, sunbathing and relaxing area, a professional kitchen, a captain cabin and a separate the staff’s area, Princess Junk gives passengers a special private space.
To book this unique travel experience, visit http://www.luxurytravelvietnam.com/
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Luxury Travel Co., Ltd. (Vietnam) is a 100% fully registered and privately-owned Vietnamese company. It was founded by luxury travel specialists since the 1990s when Vietnam had just opened its doors to worldwide tourism.