Travel Indochinas Cycle Vietnam Trip Features on Channel 9 Getaway Travel Program

Travel Indochina has just been
featured on Australia’s Channel 9 Getaway travel show, with their Cycling
Vietnam Tour, the segment featured Getaways Natalie Gruzlewski taking a cycling
tour and exploring Hanoi’s Old Quarter.

The full media release from
Travel Indochina can be read below:

Travel Indochina, Australia’s
leading Asian travel specialist, will feature on ‘Getaway’, Australia’s most
watched TV travel program, on Channel 9 tonight, Thursday 11th March.

‘Getaway’ will showcase part of
Travel Indochina’s popular Cycling Vietnam Small Group Journey – exploring the
fascinating backroads and boulevards of Vietnam’s charming capital, Hanoi.

The Travel Indochina cycle trips
include a comprehensive pan-Vietnam itinerary. The 19 day package includes
accommodation and equipment, tour leader and local guide, support vehicle, most
meals and an overnight cruise on Halong Bay.

Managing Director of Travel Indochina, Paul Hole, says cycling may not be the
quickest way to see Vietnam but it is certainly amongst the best.

“Travelling by two wheels is truly a magnificent way to see the
country, and in Vietnam it’s a ‘when in Rome’ kind of experience and definitely
not a lonely activity!,”
says Paul.

“As you will see on ‘Getaway’, Travel Indochina’s cycling tours
allow our clients to experience the true ins and the outs of day-to-day life in

“The journey is designed for part time peddlers, travellers do not
need to be tri-athletes – far from it.

“Cycling through both the cities and the beautiful countryside
provides a unique and intimate experience of the scenery, people and culture of
this amazing country.

“And that intimacy is carried through in our Small Group Journey. With a
maximum of 16 participants, Small Group Journey is like a tailored trip among
close friends but with the full support of a local guide and tour expert,”
says Paul.

Travel Indochina’s Asia experts can be contacted
on 1 300 365 355 for details, or
visit our website