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Lucy (Thu Hang)

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"I am specialized in Thailand and Vietnam; and a huge fan of culture, local food, scenic areas with pristine nature and amazing landscape."

How did you get involved in travel?

"Put feet on new lands, Meet new people, and Try new things to see beyond what are in front of my eyes are my main interests and my motivations . The job as a travel designer just came to me naturally. After my university years in the major of Finance, I went out of my comfort zone , I went on a 2 month road trip across Vietnam on a motorbike, and lived in the South of the country for a while doing some part-time job before hitting the road again. I was totally amazed by how diverse the landscapes were and how different other people were living their lives. I made friends with anyone on the road, enjoyed that time and the adventure that I was going on. Sleeping in my tent along the coast, waking to the chirping sounds in the pepper plantations, sipping my coffee by the waves on a secluded beach, I wished this journey would never end. That’s how I started where I am now. Working at Exotic Voyages, I found out with a help of a travel agency how travelers as me can travel better and explore more of the areas. That's how I have been working as a travel designer for years. I can do what I love and push it to the next level when bringing best value trips created with so much love, professionalism, and attention to details to my clients."

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"My first inspection trip to Thailand with my lovely colleagues at Exotic Voyages. We were together across the country for 2 weeks. I loved that time, always on the road, got to know more about the areas, went on exciting excursions, meeting smiling locals here and there, and had fond memories with my team during work hours and after that. "

Lucy is part of the following groups: Thailand Travel Agents
Landmark Nakhon Ratchasima province temple at Wat None Kum in Thailand
Thailand in June: Travel Tips, Weather, and More

June is a wet month in Thailand. The rainy season arrives in full force and most of the country becomes affected by the monsoons, particularly along the Andaman coast. That said, the rain doesn't necessarily make it a bad month to visit. Rain showers, though fierce and heavy, don't usually last long this time of year—instead, they come in short bursts in the afternoons. Plus, the hotels are cheaper and the tourist attractions are much less crowded. 

Phang Nga Bay
Honeymoon in Thailand - 12 Days

This 12-day adventure through Thailand's exotic capital, mountainous north, and beachy south delivers a truly special getaway for you and your new spouse. From learning the secrets of Thai cooking and enjoying the country’s most beautiful turquoise waters to jungle excursions with elephants and nighttime canoe rides, your new marriage will certainly benefit from the 'Land of Smiles'.

Phang Nga Bay
Best of Thailand - 8 Days

If you've ever dreamed of Thailand, this 8-day trip covers the highlights with the perfect mix of guided tours and free time. Start off in vibrant Bangkok for iconic Buddhist sites and a dinner cruise down the Chao Phraya River. You'll then fly north to Chiang Mai to explore the Old City and spend a day with elephants. Finish off in Phuket where you'll kayak, island-hop, and choose between dozens of white sand beaches.