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Valentine’s Day is one of the most romantic day of the year for many couples. After all it is one of the most important holidays of the year. A perfect opportunity to sweep your Valentine off her feet is to plan a romantic getaway in Asia and the key to this perfect romantic break is to plan your Valentines Day Vacation in advance. TM, operated by Expedia, Inc., the world’s leading online travel company, brings to you some of Asia’s most dreamy destinations to enjoy with your loved one.

Experience the beauty of ancient China, discover the treasures of Indonesia or get wowed by the wonders of Philippines. With savings up to 40%; discover Asia at affordable prices to fit perfectly well into any couples budget!

Boracay Sunset
Sunset in Boracay Island Philippines

“Valentine’s Day gives couples enough reason to travel. What better way of surprising your partner than spending this year’s Valentine’s Day with your beloved one at the romantic destination of her choice. With the internet, it is now easier and quicker than ever to search for the best deals and book your Valentine’s favourite destination.

“While the recent economic downturn might have changed the plans of many couples planning a holiday, there are now also great travel deals available. With many airline seats going empty due to the economic downturn, airline competition is stiff to try and fill those seats, and together with the recent falling international oil prices, there could well be compelling last-minute airfare deals for this Valentine’s Day.

“Indian travellers could also consider booking all their travel – like flights, hotel accommodation and car hire – together as a single package. With Expedia’s technology, travellers can create their own package by combining all their travel needs with one single price tag in which they can pay using their credit card. In most cases, doing so will deliver an additional saving compared to booking the items separately, which they can see instantly when booking,” Mr Arthur Hoffman, Managing Director Expedia Asia Pacific, concluded.

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