Feeling festive? Wendy Wu tours unwraps Christmas collection

Feeling festive? Wendy Wu tours unwraps Christmas collection
Edited by Travel Weekly


    Now is the time to plan your overseas Christmas escape, with Wendy Wu Tours launching its Christmas Collection Offer for travel in 2024 and 2025.

    Travellers can save up to $600 per person on selected 2024/25 overseas tours when they book an eligible Christmas tour between 18 April-12 June 2024.

    Wendy Wu Tours’ Christmas holiday packages represent great value, inclusive of international economy airfares and taxes, three-to-four-star accommodation, all or most meals, transportation, touring with guides and entrance fees.

    There are ten different festive tours to choose from across China, Japan, India, Thailand, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Turkey, and South Africa.

    SAVE UP TO $600pp

    China: Winter Wonderland

    Say goodbye to the traditional turkey and savour an authentic Peking Duck feast, a true delight for the senses in China next Christmas. Wendy Wu Tours offers an extended 15-day journey ‘China: Winter Wonderland’, which invites you to spend Christmas Day in Shanghai and welcome in the New year atop the iconic Great Wall. Embracing the ‘white Christmas experience’, the tour also features a trip to Harbin in northeast China to see incredible ice sculptures at the world’s largest ice and snow festival. Prices now start from $8,380 for departures on 24 December 2024 and from $8,980 for departures 24 December 2025, per person twin share.

    Christmas in China

    This 11 day all-inclusive tour sees travellers hit the ground (or should we say the ‘wall’) running, with a Christmas Day walk on the legendary Great Wall of China. The itinerary then moves to Chengdu, home to the magnificent Giant Panda, to bring in the new year. Prices now start from $5,600 for departures on 24 December 2024 and from $5,750 for departures 24 December 2025, per person twin share.

    Christmas in India

    The perfect way to spend the festive season by experiencing the best of what India has to offer. From the classic sights of India’s Golden Triangle, searching for the tigers in Ranthambore, discovering delightful Udaipur and participating in the festivities of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. After attending Midnight Mass in Agra, travellers will awake on Christmas Day to explore India’s most famous monument, the magnificent Taj Mahal. A delicious Christmas feast and champagne awaits at a rooftop restaurant accompanied by amazing views of the Taj Mahal at sunset. This itinerary even includes a fantastic musical show telling the story of Emperor Shahjahan and his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal (for whom the Taj Mahal was built) – a true Bollywood Christmas experience! Prices now start from $6,380 for departures on 14 December 2024 and from $6,980 for departures 14 December 2025, per person twin share.

    Christmas in Japan

    In Japan, Wendy Wu Tours has launched a new Christmas holiday that invites travellers to spend Christmas Eve amidst the historic charm of Kyoto, followed by an iconic bullet train adventure to Hiroshima and a tranquil Christmas Day dinner cruise on Hiroshima Bay. Tour highlights include Tokyo sightseeing, Mount Fuji and Fuji Five Lakes, the bullet train to Kyoto, and visits to Hiroshima, Miyajima and Himeji Castle. Prices now start from $10,690 for departures on 18 December 2024 and from $10,890 for departures 18 December 2025, per person twin share.

    Christmas in Kerala

    Embark on an enchanting 15-day Classic Group Tour through southern India with a festive twist. This journey starts in Chennai, before continuing to Pondicherry for rickshaw rides and serenity at Sri Aurobindo Ashram. Travellers will marvel at the Basilica of Lady of Good Health, meander through lively markets in Madurai, and be captivated by the scenic wonders of Lake Periyar and Munnar’s sprawling tea plantations. Then, celebrate Christmas in Kochi with an Oriental Orthodox Mass, immersing yourself in festive traditions, and relish a special Christmas day lunch. The exploration wraps up with a mesmerizing Kathakali dance performance in Kochi, followed by a tranquil backwaters cruise in Kerala. This adventure seamlessly blends cultural richness with the breath taking landscapes of southern India, creating memories to cherish. Prices now start from $7,980 for departures on 14 December 2024 and from $8,280 for departures 14 December 2025, per person twin share.

    Christmas in Thailand

    This Christmas, journey through magical Thailand and enjoy balmy days with a good dose of Buddhist hospitality and tradition. Arriving In Bangkok, travellers will explore the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, and Chinatown, then sail the Chao Phraya River on a Long Tail Boat. From there, it’s onto Kanchanaburi to witness the historical Bridge over the River Kwai and the Hellfire Pass before flying to Chiang Rai for a Golden Triangle boat ride to Laos and a visit to Don Sao Island.

    As Christmas approaches, the itinerary moves to an eco-lodge nestled in the northern highlands, where travellers can experience a magical evening with a local dinner and Hmong Hilltribe folklore. Christmas day is spent at the Thai Elephant Care Centre in Chiang Mai, fostering memories with these majestic creatures. From exploring Ayutthaya’s ancient splendour to marvelling at the White Temple in Chiang Rai, join us for an unforgettable holiday adventure! Prices now start from $7,480 for departures on 16 December 2024 and from $8,090 for departures 16 December 2025, per person twin share.

     

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