Discover Pristine Cambodian Beaches Ranked by
Forbes’ Magazine as ‘Asia’s Best’ with Travel
Indochina’s ‘Buy One-Get One Half Off’ Offer
Small Group Journeys Showcase the “Next Asian Riviera” and the Secrets of Cambodia
September 02, 2010 11:03 AM Eastern Daylight Time
LOS ANGELES--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--For vacationers dreaming of walking barefoot on white sandy
beaches that are virtually untouched, and who relish in the sensory delights of discovering fascinating cultures, Asia
travel specialist Travel Indochina’s small group journeys to Cambodia combine the best of everything, including a
significant savings on select tours for the rest of 2010.
Of the 2.16 million visitors to Cambodia last year, a great majority missed experiencing the exquisite beauty of
pristine Cambodian beaches that Forbes Magazine recently named as “Asia’s Best Beaches,” including O’Tres
Beach in Sihanoukville, Ream Beach in Prey Nop and an environmentally planned resort island just 30 miles off the
Cambodian coast, Koh Rong.
“The world’s attention is now starting to focus on the beautiful coastal areas of Cambodia, which our small group
journeys have consistently included on our itineraries,” said Paul Hole, president of Travel Indochina. “Our
philosophy of providing unique, ‘real’ experiences in small groups means all our journeys include some surprising or
undiscovered hideaways that definitely should not be missed,” he added.
Travel Indochina’s ‘Buy One-Get Second Half-Price” sale is valid on two popular Small Group Journeys for the
remainder of 2010. These tours offer travelers a way to experience Cambodia in depth along with time to relax and
enjoy its unspoiled beaches.
l Cambodia Revealed is a 12-day journey offering the best of Cambodia with visits to the capital of Phnom
Penh, colonial port town of Kampot, the un-crowded beaches of Kep and Sihanoukville, as well as the
majestic temples of Angkor and the remote Boeng Mealea. Pricing starts at just $1,695 per person (twin
share) with the