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Wendy Wu releases dedicated Maldives brochure

After the successful launch of their latest destination, the Maldives, late last year- Asia specialist Wendy Wu Tours has released  an independent holidays brochure for the Maldives detailing a range of over 30 properties suitable for romance, family escapes, ultimate luxury and relaxation complemented by stopover options in Singapore.


Coinciding with the international “Visit Maldives Year 2016”, the stand-alone Maldives brochure has been introduced to Wendy Wu Tours’ brochure collection after a positive response from agents and customers when the latest destination was included in its India brochure- as a perfect beach add-on to its traditional India and Sri Lanka group tours.


Wendy Wu Tours Managing Director Alan Alcock says that although the Maldives is historically recognised for romance and honeymooners, the company believes there are aspects of this breathtaking destination which the Australian market is far less aware of, such as the surfing and diving opportunities together with child-friendly resorts.


He adds, “Our brochure is a guide for agents to match the customer to the right resort. Knowing which resort to recommend is a real skill, and we have produced a brochure that offers a variety of properties to aid agents in matching clients to the right destination”. 


“Due to feedback from agents, we now offer five-night land only deals inclusive of transfers allowing agents and customers greater flexibility with bookings by being able to add on their own airfares and the choice to upgrade on meal plans, room selection or stopovers if they wish”.


The comprehensive program ranges from the affordable Kurumba Maldives with five nights accommodation and daily breakfast from only $1325per person twin share to the ultimate in luxury at the new Amilla Fushi resort that features an eight bedroom residence, a Luke Mangan restaurant and a 10,000 bottle wine cellar.


Brochures are currently being distributed by TIFS, for a copy please contact your local BDM.

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Published: 29 February 2016

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