July 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;7/28/2006, p26
Trade Publication
The article reports that the regions in Indochina are rapidly expanding its tourism numbers. According to manager Warren Smith of Imaginative Traveller company, tourists are taking advantage of good value flights of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam, likewise these regions are offering something unique and value wise.


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