The leading experiential travel company, Sens Asia Travel dedicated to individual customers recently came back from ITB Berlin 2017 – the world’s largest tourism trade exhibition. Along with the establishment of its new Joint Venture in Germany on March 7th, this year’s highlight was:
1. 150 visitors served on-spot
During the 2 Public days of ITB Berlin 2017, 11 and 12 March, Sens Asia Travel has welcomed over 150 visitors at its booth. For travelers who interested in discussing trip ideas, consultancy & journey planning services have been provided on-spot by staff with profound destination expertise.
2. Refreshing travel concept and Delighted visitors
With refreshing programmes bringing together a diverse range of experiences across Asia based around 6 senses: scent (smell), sight, sound, touch, taste and heart (giving back), Sens Asia Travel has won a great attention from German visitors. The sensory concept, plus the commitment to sustainable travel, has tapped the right taste and preferences of this European market.
“German travellers love extraordinary travel experiences and this combined with the importance of sustainability in their travel decisions made this a very logical step for us as we grow the Sens Asia Travel brand in Europe,” said Sens Asia Travel managing director Mrs. Linh Bui Ngoc.
3. Exotic nations – the emerging destinations in Asia
Among the 10 Asian countries presented in Sens Asia Travel portfolio, new German customers showed a significant interest in the two destinations of Thailand and Vietnam. Meanwhile, for the frequent travellers to Asia, the exotic destinations with promising unique experiences grabbed the highlighted spots, including Sri Lanka, Indonesia, and Myanmar.
4. Requests following-up after ITB Berlin 2017
The new and young Joint Venture, Sens Asia Travel GmbH, directed by Martin Peter Moll, is now busy following a series of requests generated from ITB Berlin 2017. The company and its customers is looking forward to a 2017 with successful trips which engage travellers’ senses – “seeing” through photography tours in Myanmar, “tasting” through the local market and cooking explorations with local chefs in Laos and “giving” by teaching at remote mountain schools in Vietnam and more.