Business Development Manager
Humanity is at the core of everything we do, and these are the people who help us maintain and uphold this value. Each and every one of our staff, from our Board of Management down to our newest interns, has a passion for travel and a genuine desire to make every one of our trips for you absolutely perfect – because they know what makes it so from first-hand experience!
So take a look below and meet some of our outstanding staff. We have Sales Development Managers in your region, ready and excited to help you plan your next journey. Our Board of Management keeps us on track and inspired – read a bit about them, particularly our interviews, and perhaps they’ll inspire you, as well! We are here for you – every one of us – and we’re here to make Asia easy. So don’t delay – contact us today!
Co-Founder & General Director
I was born and raised in Hanoi, right next to the iconic Opera House and near the magnificent History Museum. I still have vivid recollections of the Hanoi of my childhood with elegant young ladies riding bicycles while wearing the traditional white “Ao Dai”, catching the rickety electric tramway around Hoan Kiem Lake and the Old Quarter and eating tasty bowls of Pho in the winter time… Hanoi has changed a lot in the last 20 years but still manages to keep its inherent beauty and remain avery unique capital, that once experienced, will never be forgotten.
Co-Founder & Innovative Projects Director
I come from Hanoi and I love to experience the four seasons that bring so many different feelings, colors and atmosphere that give so much more to the city than any one thing.
I founded Easia, 17 years ago. It is hard to pick one memorable trip, having had the fortune to explore many destinations with so many wonderful people, especially those trips with our amazing Easia family, those hold the most memorable memories in my mind.
Co-Founder & Sales Director
After living five years in Hanoi and working since 1997 in Asia, I have developed a true passion for “my destinations”. Each inspection is a new inspiration to understand how to make people discover the very best of these amazing territories and people. I love my job because I love to meet people. Should they be Vietnamese, German, Burmese, Italian, Laotian, American, Cambodian, French, Thai or British, by working together, we discover that we share the same values and the same visions of human beings.
Creating and developing Easia Travel with all the community of Easians is a true human adventure that would require more than one life. I love so much to work with all of them. And my greatest pleasure and reward is to hear our clients tell us that it is a great pleasure to work with us and they say how excellent our teams are. I enjoy serving you and seeing you smiling because your life gets easier by working with us.
Business Development Manager
with the sun coming out in Germany and the spring showing its best side, I want to take the chance to introduce myself.
I am in the tourism industry for 13 years already and started my career with Intercontact a group that specialized TO. After 6 years I was lucky to get to know “the other side” and was working another 6 years as Sales Manager for the German-speaking market and for some time for the Benelux Market too. And then there was Covid…
During a lot of Trips for business, holidays, and inspections I fell in love with Asia and even the two years of unwilled Covid-Break could never change this and my passion was always there.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.
Co-Founder & Sales Director
Co-founder, Associate and BOM member of PHH Group.
Easia Travel – BOM Referent for the Sales Network worldwide and the Marketing.
Sales Development Manager - CEE, Nordic and Benelux
I was born in Mielec, southeast Poland, once famous for the largest aviation factory, but my adult life was spent in Krakow (Cracow).
I joined Easia when the company decided to open a Thailand branch, in 2015. As far back as I can remember, traveling has always been my passion. My biggest draw and a dream from the beginning, was exotic and undiscovered Angkor Wat.
My travel bucket list is constantly changing, and I am trying to fulfill my dreams of discovering new places as much as possible. I really enjoy beautiful and tranquil scenery far from mass tourism, but being a foodie, I also try to also follow my stomach, so Okinawa maybe? I don’t like to be photographed but I do enjoy taking photos, especially while traveling.
Sales Development Manager - North America, Australia & New Zealand
I come from Megève, a small town in the Alps in eastern France. I’m still astonished each time I go back by how silence can be a luxury, and the pink sky above the snowy mountains during sunset.
I joined Easia Travel in 2016, and have since then enjoyed the great spirit a team can build. In 2018 I found my new home in Bangkok, a bustling city where you never get bored. Being based in Southeast Asia allows me to work closely with the teams on each challenging request, while still being able to travel the US & Canada a few times a year.
On the top of my travel list? India or Brazil, two different regions of the world where the culture speaks for itself.
I was born in Phu Giao, a small town in Binh Duong Province.
I left my hometown to be in a bigger city, Ho Chi Minh City, to study and find a job opportunity.
I’ve been with Easia since 2007, and I have had the chance to do many kinds of works, met many interesting people, and learnt how to solve problems.
Traveling, meeting new people, and food are my passions. Wandering in a local market, discovering different food products and methods of selling to local people is my hobby.
For future travels, some hideaway regions in the Mekong Delta are written down in my list.
Office Manager - Easia Danang
I was born and raised in Hoi An, and left in 2008 when I decided to join Easia Travel in Danang.
My favorite trip was to Sapa- Ha Long when I had just joined the Easia team. Here I discovered the beauty of Vietnam and I’ve been keen on travel ever since. I’m determined to discover many corners of Vietnam and show it to foreign visitors.
Apart from work and travel, I like cooking by myself for our family on the weekend. I love the time I spend with my family.
I was born in Ninh Hoa, a small town in north of Nha Trang City. I joined Easia in 2006 as the first staff in Danang.
During the time here, I have treated Easia as my “second home”, where I have learnt a lot about the culture, people and hidden places of Vietnam after many memorable trips with my colleagues.
I love traveling and Myanmar is on the top of my travel list, and I’m also a fan of cooking and gardening.
Country Director - Vietnam
I was born in Bac Giang, a small province not too far from Hanoi. I started working at Easia Travel in 2007. The most unforgettable trip I had was to Cambodia with Easia in 2011. I was truly impressed by Angkor Wat – a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Reading is one of my hobbies. I especially love reading travel books, something about a famous place, or mouth-watering local foods. As someone wise once said “I think of life as a good book. The further you get into it, the more it begins to make sense.”
Operation Manager - Vietnam
I started working in the tourism field 18 years ago. “ Life is a trip” and I’m so happy to continue my trip with Easia Travel in August 2017. I would love to spread my passion to my colleagues and my clients. Our professionalism and devotion will make every client’s dream come true when they are travelling with us.
Sales Team Leader - German Speaking Market
Since 2007, I have been working for the German market at Easia Travel. I am always happy knowing that, at Easia Travel, we have the opportunity to show our fascinating destinations to international guests. Foreign travelers are often surprised at how many places and landscapes in Vietnam are recognized as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. One of my personal favorite places in the country is the island of Phu Quoc. White beaches, crystal-clear water and the many palm trees give me the chance to relax and escape the bustling city of Hanoi for a few days.
Product R&D Consultant
I was born in Versailles near Paris and I used to live in Paris and its region.
Paris is the most beautiful city in the world with its historical and cultural Heritage but too cold for me!
That is one of the reasons I have decided to move to Asia and to join the Easia Travel Team in June 2016.
I have two most memorable trips – Bhutan and Yemen. Amazing scenery, culture, architecture, people, a perfect balance. WOW moments in my life.
My passion apart from travel and work (or vice versa ! ) is to read, and what I like most , is a book with a cup of tea.
Sales Team Leader - UK Market
I’ve always loved being a country girl, coming from Thanh Hoa – a small city 150 km from Hanoi.
In 2012 I became a part of Easia Travel by chance, but have come to be passionate about what I am doing. I’m really lucky to have had the chance to visit places such as China, Cambodia, Shangri-la, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, and India. Top on my bucket list are Tibet, Mongolia, Iran, Turkey, Sri Lanka and Africa.
Besides traveling, I enjoy photography, listening to music, drawing, playing computer games or just going out for a trek up a mountain when time permits.
Sales Team Leader - Italian Speaking Market
I was born and grew up in a small town in northern Vietnam.
I joined Easia Travel in 2008. Working at Easia Travel has given me many opportunities to travel. Every destination has its own beauty, but my most memorable trip was to Hoi An in 2009. Here I learned what the Easia team is really about: we work hard but with strong team spirit and passion.
I hope to return to Italy to visit the famous places that I didn’t get to see the last time I went.
I was born and raised in Hanoi – the capital city of Vietnam. It’s difficult to specify what the most thing I like about my hometown because I love everything about it no matter how it changed speedily. But the drizzle during the rainy season leaves the deepest impression on me. It drizzles over the day, sometimes prolongs for a week. That makes the road slippery and dirty, the locals annoyed and the weather more humid. I recognize that the drizzle challenged my patience and built up my personality. As a result I know how to smile when it’s raining suddenly or for the whole day long even a week.
I’ve been working in Easia Travel for almost a year. The most memorable trip I had with Easia travel is the time we went to MAI CHAU for several reasons. Firstly ,this was the first time I took a trip with people from different countries : French , Italian and Vietnamese, interestingly we had a English speaking guide, as we know all the foreign languages we acquired, definitely have a strong influence on your mind. Therefore we had a row ‘bout waking or biking around the village luckily thank to the guide we all settled down with the decision of walking. Secondly the walking day was the best choice ever because the valley was filled up with lush vegetation, moreover we had a chance to observe the daily life of the locals.
Now I desire to go to antique citadel of Vietnam Hue because the Hue cuisine is well-known and I would love to taste some signature dishes, besides from Hue I can set off to Hoi An and Danang.
I want to promote our country’s image to the world.
Sales Executive - German Speaking Market
I was born and raised in Ha Nam province. It is located on south of Red River Delta, southern gateway of Hanoi. It is not hustle and bustle as Hanoi, it is a peaceful countryside where containing my childhood memories. Although I have now moved to live and work in Hanoi, I still remember everything there. I will never forget the smile of the people here, bike ride in summer afternoon along the green rice field to breathe fresh air, play traditional games with friends or enjoy our local foods.
I started working for Easia Travel from December 2012 as Sales. I think that was the right decision, because I was doing my favorite job and learned a lot of things here from my managers, my colleagues and my clients.
Until now I still cannot forget my trip to Cambodia in 2013. It’s hard to describe in words about this trip: the friendliness of the people, the mystery of Angkor temples, unique culture and delicious food. It is really worth to visit this country.
I love travelling. I wish I can put my foot on all countries in the world. However, for this year Myanmar is at the top of my list for travelling. With beautiful countryside and spectacular, surreal temples and friendly, genuine local people, from the other worldly landscape of the 4000 sacred stupas scattered across the plains of Bagan to the impossibly golden glittering stupas of Shwedagon Pagoda. It is really excited when I think about it.
Apart from work and travel, cooking has always been my passion. That is the reason why I send almost my weekend time at the kitchen. It is extremely great when you can treat your family or friends the delicious food by yourself.
Sales Executive - German Speaking Market
I was born and I grew up in Hanoi – the capital of Vietnam. Since I graduated Foreign Languages – National University Hanoi I have been working for Easia Travel. I would like to introduce as many people as possible our beautiful country. I personally travel much, as I can always experience new people, different cultures and customs. The most impressive in Vietnam is the Mekong Delta. The life there is so quiet, the people are exceptionally friendly and the landscape is very beautiful. It’s a perfect place to spend a relaxing holiday.
Sales Executive - French Speaking GIT Market
I was born in the province of Thai Binh in northern Vietnam. Different from the occupied cities, it is a calm province because the major activity is agricultural production. I often come back to my countryside for all my holiday.
I have been working at Easia since 2014. It is a chance for me to be able to work in this good environment.
I always remember my holiday in Cat Ba (about 120 km east of Hanoi) with my friends a few years ago. The atmosphere and beaches are beautiful. I like to go back there someday.
My next trips will be in Laos, a country of one million elephants and Cambodia, well known with magnificent temples of Angkor.
I hope that you could discover our country, our culture one day.
Sales Executive - German Speaking Market
I was born and grew up in Hanoi. My favorite part of the city is the old quarter, where you can feel the heartbeat of the city and have chance to taste amazing street food around every corner.
I joined Easia Travel in February 2015.
My favorite city in Vietnam is Hue. I went there 2 times, the last time was with the entire Easia team for our annual motivation trip. This city was the capital of Vietnam during the last feudal dynasty. It always has some sort of “royal” atmosphere, as you can find a lot of historic monuments here. The city is peaceful, and the people here are extremely friendly.
It is not that easy to travel the world if you are from Vietnam. However, I hope that one day I can visit Istanbul, the city that connects Europe and Asia. Its cultural diversity always interests me. Dan Brown’s novel, and Doner Kebab, also inspire me as well.
In my free time, I’d love to play video games with my friends, read books/newspapers or play sport.
Sales Executive - Italian Speaking Market
I was born and grew up in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. Maybe it’s not the best place in the world but I love my city so much because of the friendly people, the mild climate and especially the cuisine.
I joined the Easia team beginning of 2017.
My most memorable trip was in Thailand when I was very little with my aunt and my elder sister. The first time I travelled abroad, I had immersed myself in the magnificent landscapes, the lively city and the welcome people.
In the near future, I desire to discover Hallstatt (Austria) because I love the architecture ancient and the tiny villages on the river’s side.
Besides working and travelling, I have passions for cooking, drawing and reading romance stories.
Sales Executive - French speaking FIT market
I was born and I grew up in Ha Nam, in the north of Viet Nam.
I love my city for its peaceful atmosphere. I love cycling through the rice fields when I come back home
I joined the Easia team 7 years ago.
My most memorable trip was for sure the Easia motivation trip in Hoian in 2013 with my colleagues, nice landscape and I had unforgettable moments with my colleagues: night on the common room, bike ride, team building game …
Next trip on my list: Mekong delta to enjoy the fruits, take the cruise, go cycling via yards.
When I am not working or travelling, I like reading the comics, cooking or walking!
Country Manager Cambodia
I was born in Auvergne, a green region in the center of France. After my studies, I worked 10 years in adventure travel production in France. Since my childhood, I’ve always been fascinated by Asia so I naturally became specialized on this part of the world.
I travelled a lot on this continent for personal and professional purposes from Mongolia to Indonesia and through my beloved South-East Asia. After having Easia Travel as a DMC many years, I happily joined the team in 2015 and my dream of living in Asia became true. Being in charge to promote this amazing country which is Cambodia and having Angkor complex as a playground, what a jammy’s job, right ? Next dream ? To walk along Camino de Santiago trail and to cross US in a camper van with my husband and our little baby girl.
Born in Kampong Thom Province, I moved to Siem Reap in 2006 to attend Sala Bai School from which I got graduated in 2007. After working in the hospitality industry for several years, I joined Easia travel’s production team in 2017. It is a real pleasure for me to create new products and share my tips with our travelers.
What I love to do and would advise any visitors in Cambodia? Hiking in the jungle and finding beautiful waterfalls, and more especially Phnom Kulen’s waterfall, my favorite one!
Country Director - Laos
My name is Matt, and I am the Country Director for Easia Travel in Laos.
I was born in England, but I moved to Southern Spain when I was 10 years old. I lived in the Alicante region for the next 12 years, and it was here where I discovered my passion for extreme sports. I’ve always loved traveling and discovering new places, especially those where I can feel free and in touch with nature. I graduated from the University of Saint Andrews in Scotland before making a move to Southeast Asia shortly after, and I’ve been here, in Laos, ever since!
In my free time I enjoy a variety of adventure sports – slacklining (it’s like tight-rope walking), rock climbing, hiking, mountaineering, and mountain biking. Playing the guitar (or at least trying to…) and trying new exotic foods (not too spicy, please!) are also other things that I enjoy.
As Country Director, I’m able to feed my own passion for adventure and discovery while at the same time inspiring and guiding others on a journey of genuine and respectful interaction with the destination and its inhabitants, ensuring that together we leave a positive, long-lasting impact and contribute to the country’s growth and sustainable development.
Being from Munich (Germany), I call myself a true Bavarian. You can’t actually help falling in love with Munich’s old-school Bavarian charm. It may be Germany’s third largest city, but what I love most is the fact that it feels like a small village. People bump into each other everywhere, you cycle for 5 minutes (from anywhere in the city) and you are in another world and we have the best bakeries all over the world.
My personal story that led me to Easia began way back in 2005. Whilst on an independent holiday to Myanmar, I knew I had discovered something special. The people, the culture, the sights, the sounds! I was instantly in love with the country. After establishing my own travel company in 2010, I merged with Easia Travel in 2012 and continue to deliver unforgettable tailor-made holidays.
I am fortunate to be able to share this passion with the customers from Easia, giving them the chance to feel the same overwhelming joy that I first experienced many years ago. I feel immense pride in the results of Easia Myanmar: not only do we have happy guests but we are also building capacity and confidence among the younger generation of Myanmar citizens.
Head of Sustainability
I was born in Sagaing – Sagaing Region is an administrative region of Myanmar, located in the north-western part of the country. However, I grown up in Yangon, Myanmar since I was 3 years old. I joined Easia team since the company started establishing in Myanmar. My work is indispensable for upholding sustainable development standards and promoting an ethical working culture for Easia Travel and our companions. My responsibilities span not just the five destinations, but globally, throughout Easia’s network of travel experts and partners. Easia Travel is connecting with people and our human values by promoting CBT (community-based tourism) activities; encouraging individuals to develop services or programs that create positive impacts.
I was born in Yangon. I love my hometown as there is a diverse ethnic community in town living in harmony.
I joined Easia Travel Myanmar back in 2013 and left the company for my further studies in UK after 1 year. When I arrived Myanmar back in 2015, I joined the company again so there’s a strong connection between me and the company. It was the trip to Chiang Mai in 2016, which I still find very memorable and exciting until now. I really like the town as it has a rich culture which is quite similar to our culture as neighbouring countries.
I’d like to visit Putao area, which is in the most northern part of my country in order to try advanced level of hiking in Snowcapped Mountains.
Besides travelling, I love to read and do singing.
My hometown is Liege, Belgium. I love its autumn season beauty and going for runs here. I started at Easia in April 2015 as an intern.
I have had the opportunity to travel extensively around Myanmar, my favorite experience so far being at Koe-Thaung Temple in M Rauk U. I remember being overwhelmed by the strange feeling of being the first person to explore this mesmerizing temple. Living abroad and working in tourism only makes your travel bucket list longer every day! But if I had to choose one destination, it would probably be Lapland to experience the northern lights.
Sales Team Leader - German Speaking Market
I was born in beautiful Yangon, the former capital of Myanmar. It’s famous for its glittering pagodas and old colonial buildings.
I joined the Easia Travel family in 2016 and I’m happily coordinating with my team now. One of my favorite trips was to Keng Tung, located in eastern Shan State. It’s surrounded by pristine mountain landscapes and isolated hill tribe villages. My dream trip is to go to Berlin. It’s a charming city full of history and fun facts. I would love to see the Berlin Wall.
Sales Executive - French FIT Market
I’m from Yangon. In my original city, I like the Shwedagon pagoda the most. I joined Easia Travel on 6th June 2017. The most memorable trip for me is to Bagan in November 2016 with my beloved colleagues because this was my very first trip in life and very first experience of traveling. The top of my travel wish list is to go and trek to the Mount Victoria and I would like to see the view from the top of the mountain. Apart from work and travel, I love going to the cinema, shopping with friends and making handicraft.
Thailand Country Director
Although a French national, born in France, I have family roots set deep in South East Asia. In fact two of my grandparents are originally from Hanoi and even though I grew up in Britany, France I’m upbringing combined the best of French – Celtic and Asian cultures.
Office Manager and Product Manager
I was born in a small town near Antwerp in Belgium. I had a great time growing up there because everyone knew everyone and there was always something to do.
Traveling to Thailand for the first time in 2004 was my first encounter with a different culture. Experiencing the variety of colors, smells and tastes, combined with the nice weather and hospitality, really changed my life.
After working all over Southeast Asia for almost a decade, I settled down in Chiang Mai, Thailand and joined Easia Travel in 2016.
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