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Family reunion for Exotissimo’s 20th anniversary in Hoi An

Family reunion for Exotissimo’s 20th anniversary in Hoi An

Wednesday, July 03, 2013, 08:57 GMT+7

Twenty years old… For all, an age to look back at your achievements, but also to look forward full of projects, the best part of your life still to come! And for sure, a day to celebrate!

Earlier this month, Exotissimo staff from Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Japan, China, Indonesia, and of course Vietnam, united at the Palm Garden Resort in Hoi An for a memorable family gathering. Beach sports, treasure hunt in the ancient town, stage performances, and of course gala dinner and disco party…

The story starts in 1993 in Vietnam, when Olivier Colomès, Eric Merlin and Denis Colonna fell in love with the country and decided to share their discovery to travelers from all over the world. They created what would soon become the first foreign company to be granted a tourism operating license in Vietnam. Since then, Exotissimo has developed in 8 countries over Asia, creating high standard trips for happy travelers from Europe, America, Australia… and Asia itself. Their credo: exceed their clients’ expectations while supporting local communities.  Proud of its Vietnamese origins, Exotissimo came back to its roots last week-end… and started planning its next 20 years of high quality trips for travel agencies around the world!

For an evening show, a day tour or a more in depth discovery, you can contact Exotissimo at 41 Thao Dien Street, An Phu, D2, Ho Chi Minh City.

Tel: (84 8) 3519 4111

Email: anphu@exotissimo.com

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