The party season just got more exciting! Thomas Cook (India) Ltd, India’s largest integrated travel and travel related financial services company, announced its “Top 10 List” for New Year 2013, from its luxury brand ‘Indulgence’.
Thomas Cook India’s internal research and trend analysis predicted strong demand for holidays for the Year end- more so from its luxury segment. Added to this was the growing demand for recommendations for New Year breaks that would pique their discerning yet eclectic palate.
The Top 10 List from Thomas Cook India’s luxury brand ‘Indulgence’ endeavours to do just that, with ten hand-picked destinations from must-do favourites like Sydney, New York, Bali and Paris to new entrants like Vietnam and Rio and then for a truly different and off-beat experience- Nha Trang (Vietnam), Koh Phangan (Thailand), Edinburg and The Niagara Falls
The travel fervor builds momentum with the approach of the New Year, and in recognition of the trend towards unique engagements & off beat experiences, “Indulgence” by Thomas Cook India invites its customers to usher in the New Year in style.
Be it a spectacular midnight fireworks display at Sydney Harbour Bridge, witnessing the first rays of the rising sun at Gisborne, New Zealand, the cosmopolitan vibe of Cape Town’s waterfront, Bali’s heady party scene, torch-light street parades or the Grand Hogamanay Ball in Edinburg, New York’s bustling Times Square to beachfront celebrations at Nha Trang, Vietnam, and the pulsating rhythms of Rio’s Copacabana revelry, Thomas Cook India offers you the best New Year indulgent experiences.
Madhav Pai, Director – Leisure Travel (Outbound), Thomas Cook (India) Ltd. says, “With our bookings up by an impressive 50%, the growing demand for New Year breaks is clearly a trend that we at Thomas Cook India are keen on leveraging.
With a diversity of unique travel experiences and innovative activities, we are confident that The Top 10 List from our luxury brand ‘Indulgence’, will help our customers select a year-end holiday filled with unforgettable memories”
India Infoline Research Team / 14:59, May 20, 2015
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