Monday, 19 August 2013
Sunday, 18 August 2013
Thursday, 12 July 2012
Freedom Pass Asia allows the user to select and purchase their route of travel online. After a customer has made their purchase they can just login and book their sector. This has numerous advantages.
The main advantage is that prices are fixed and with Freedom Pass getting most of their commission from the bus companies the prices value is excellent. There is also no need to shop around for the best operator as Freedom Pass has already contacted and selected the most reliable transport operators throughout the country.
Another advantage is that the client can book online up to 12 hours before departure there is no need to go to the bus station and buy a ticket. They will automatically receive an eCode which they can use all they have to do is turn up to the departure point 30 minutes before. Simple and easy allowing them more time to enjoy their travels or recover from the night before!!
The system is designed for independent travelers and uses local transport be it buses or boats. There are also maps displayed for each of the routes and a timetable section showing arrival and departure points.
With so many people wanting to travel independently this may even catch on to agents who are able to book for their clients travelling!! In which case Xplore-Laos may consider working closer with Freedom Pass to provide increased travel solutions
For further information one can email directly to email@example.com
Saturday, 1 January 2011
The Chu Chi tunnels used to be more than 250 km long and three levels deep and even streched under the American army base. The Viet Cong used these tunnels to control a large rural area around Saigon and even included meeting rooms and a hospital. American Positions would be attacked with the Viet Cong then retreating back to the tunnels, the tunnels were also used to move supplies, and even heavy artillery. The Americans resorted to a bombing campaign in which the district of Cu Chi became the most bombed, shelled, gassed, defoliated, and generally devastated area in the history of warfare and anything that moved was considered a target. After a couple of Hours at Chu Chi we returned to Ho Chi Minh and check into our hotel. View our Photo Album of the trip and like us on facebook
Wednesday, 29 December 2010
The ferry now was heading back in the direction back towards
we would take no more than a few steps and be on the white sands of this private beach. The water was clear and the perfect temperature to take a swim. The food at this resort was also great top quality and prepared by local as well as international chefs. On our second night though we ventured into town where we would recommend the local night market serving lots of great fish as well being a great place to pick up a souvenir a taxi ride from Chenla to downtown costs around $5 US and takes about 15-20 minutes. The next few days consisted of sun, sea and sand and of course great meals! See our complete set of photos on our facebook album
After 3 nights at this incredible
Saturday, 18 December 2010
We decided to travel down to Kampot rather than stay in Sihanoukville as we were looking to inspect the quiet coastline with the idea to cross over the newly opened border to Vietnam near the town of Kep. Our first stop was the quiet Nataya Resort located about 15 Km from Kampot.
Tuesday, 21 September 2010
We are also happy to announce the numbers of White-Shouldered Ibis have been on the rise in Northern Cambodia!!!
Check out the article in the Phnom Penh Post