Titled “Travel Aggregator”, this eye-catching e-magazine is produced in-house by WebBeds Asia Pacific’s team of travel experts, especially for our travel trade partners and clients. It includes our news and developments, plus exciting offers from our partners, a selection of the hottest hotel deals, and much more.
Welcome to October’s edition of Travel Aggregator, WebBeds’ monthly newsletter dedicated to the travel trade in Asia Pacific.
This month, we go on a safari in Asia Pacific! While Africa is home to the famous “Big Five” – the lion, leopard, rhinoceros, African elephant and buffalo – we take a look at the Asian and Australasian animals that are regarded as national treasures in their home countries. With diverse flora and fauna, this exotic region provides plenty of opportunities for responsible wildlife tours.
Alternatively, travellers who prefer manmade and geographical attractions can check out our hand-picked selection of hotels with views of the world’s most iconic landmarks, from the spectacular Petronas Towers to mesmerising Mount Fuji.
Vietnam is now fully open to international visitors, so WebBeds invites you to spend “72 Hours in Hanoi”. Check out our immersive three-day itinerary which uncovers the top activities in this ancient capital city, including cultural experiences, sublime street food, vibrant nightspots and more.
Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru is our “Featured Hotel of the Month”, “Newly-Opened” offers an exclusive glimpse of the new GLOW Mira Karon Beach, “Ask the Insider” reveals top travel tips from one of our esteemed travel agent partners, and take a look at the “WebBeds X STB Fam Trip”, our latest collaboration to stimulate the recovery of travel in Asia Pacific.
And of course, you can catch up with all the latest news, photos and exclusive offers from WebBeds in Asia Pacific.
If you’d like to sign-up for Travel Aggregator, or even be featured in the next issue, please email Travel.Aggregator@webbeds.com. Alternatively, for more information about marketing partnerships with WebBeds Asia Pacific, please email firstname.lastname@example.org