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A marriage of two famous brands to promote the luxury segment of Vietnam tourism to Australian travelers


Luxury Travel Vietnam – one of the leading tour operator in Vietnam and South East Asia and The Cape Club - a division of More Collections Pty Ltd, Australia have established a joint venture to develop fully accompanied concierge services for the travel industry across Vietnam and South East Asia.

The new joint venture will be trading as Cape Lux Travels, providing “A dedicated concierge with every group”. Mr. Pham Ha – Founder and CEO of Luxury Travel Vietnam said “This is an important step of Luxury Travel’s plan to expand the travel industry in the South East Asia. Sophisticated travelers are looking to have the best travel experience with Cape Lux Travels. With a major partner, we’ll largely expand our presence in Australia to create products that reflects the needs and desires specifically of Australian travelers. We look forward to collaborating with The Cape Club to develop the travel industry in South East Asia and a happy marriage.”

The parties agreed to their basic division of functions; Luxury Travel Vietnam (LTV) will essentially be the tour operator and The Cape Club (TCC) will essentially be the tour manager. The area that Cape Lux Travels will initially do business is across South East Asia countries, including Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, and Myanmar.

Cape Lux Travels aims to provide High End Tours in a specified “keeper of the candle” Comte des Cierge category. Some existing Tour Products on the drawing board are: Revive, Restore – Re-awaken Escapes, Golfing, “Meet the Photographer” Tours, Cookery and Wine Tasting Across S.E Asia, Art and Antique Appreciation Tours, High end Rail Journeys, The Makeover & Pamper Girls only Trip, A Concierge for the Connoisseur, Retracing French Colonial Charms and custom categories to your requirements.

Vietnam has a French colonial influence with unique architecture, tree-lined boulevards and baguettes and croissants to rival any Parisian cafe. It also boasts many attractions, including beautiful resorts, spas, majestic scenery, a rich traditional culture, easy going and welcoming locals, great cuisine and an improving tourist infrastructure. This makes Vietnam a more attractive destination for travelers seeking the best value for their money. (Source: Luxury Travel)

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