Hanoi, Vietnam, January 02, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- While people have traditionally traveled to a new area to sight see, tour unknown places and learn another culture, indulge in the luxury, of late, this list has grown to include to do service, as more people are traveling with the purpose of helping others less fortunate who live on the other side of the world.
Coined, traveling with a purpose, this new trend is giving people an opportunity to see the world while also coming home with more than just souvenirs.
“People want to travel with a purpose,” said Tony Pham, Spokesperson of Luxury Travel Company (www.luxurytravelvietnam.com ) “beyond just a holiday, they want to contribute something back to society in their travels.”
Luxury Travel is offering a travel package for people to have an opportunity to give of themselves in service to the Vietnamese while traveling to the country. Guests can join hand with the company to support a SOS village in the outskirts of Hanoi.
“Our company is proud of sponsoring the Ha Cau Orphan Village in Ha Tay only 40 km far from Hanoi city center. We are committed to supporting the children’s better education by improving their school facilities, providing computers and internet access, used clothing, pens, pencils and other items” Tony added.
A visit by foreign friends during the school year will, indeed, make our children very happy and appreciative.
This day trip gives guests a rare opportunity to meet lovely children, tour the orphanage, and enjoy the interactive classroom activities. It also is a good time to bring them school supplies as a gesture of goodwill and friendship of guests.
In addition, they will visit the handicraft villages near by, such as Van Phuc Silk Village, Chuong Conical hat village, Thay and Tay Phuong Pagodas…among the most beautiful pagodas in Northern Vietnam.
For tour information, visit www.luxurytravelvietnam.com