Malaysia Got Dedicated Luxury Escapes Website

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Malaysia Got Dedicated Luxury Escapes Website

Luxury Escapes, the global online travel agency offering exclusive packages to their customers for memorable holidays across the globe opened a dedicated Malaysian website.

The Luxury Escapes brand was launched five years ago and since then the company grew into one of the region’s fastest developing travel brands. The opening of the Malaysian website comes in line with the company's plans to strengthen its presence in Southeast Asia.

The company's representatives mentioned that six months after their soft opening in Malaysia showed strong interest and adoption of their platform by the users, both domestic and international.

The most popular local destinations with Malaysian travellers include Langkawi, Penang, Pangkor Laut while travelleing regionally, Malayisans often choose Maldives, Vietnam, Thailand, and Singapore.

International travellers to Malaysia opt for a stop in Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi and Penang with Danna Langkawi, Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara, Doubletree Resort by Hilton, Penang leading the race among the most sought after accommodations.

Besides Malaysia, the company has 13 dedicated web-sites in Asia, including the ones for Singapore and Hong Kong.

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