Journese and Pleasant Holidays Extend Their Asia Portfolios

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Journese and Pleasant Holidays have announced the expansion of their Japan and Asia vacations with the addition of Singapore. In addition, Journese will add luxury vacations to the Maldives to its portfolio, inclusive of five five-star resorts with overwater villa options.

Available for booking effective April 8, 2019, both travel brands will offer customizable Singapore vacation packages, offering a selection of 10 hotels and 13 commissionable tours and activities.

Hotel options in both Singapore and the Maldives include brands popular with American travelers, such as Hilton, Hyatt, and Marriott. All hotels have room inventory and instant reservation confirmations, Pleasant Holidays says. Both Journese and Pleasant Holiday’s packages to these destinations for FIT and group travel can be customized with flights in all seating categories on major airlines, airport transfers and travel protection coverage. Nonstop flights to Singapore are available from New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

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To learn more about the Japan and Asia product line expansion, travel advisors can register for one of these webinars:

The expansion is designed to broaden travel advisors’ options to book multi-destination vacations, allowing travelers the ability to explore Hong Kong, Japan and beyond in a single transaction that include hotel accommodations, international and inter-destination flights, airport transfers and escorted activities. Travel advisors can also book several commissionable guided Singapore sightseeing options like city tours, cultural encounters, culinary experiences, adventure park excursions and more.

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