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New currencies: Ringgit, Dong and Sol

Since a few days ago we have expanded our currency offer with three new currencies: the Malaysian Ringgit, the Vietnamese Dong and the Peruvian Sol. Now you can change Euros to any of these currencies in our offices with currency exchange service or, if you have some left over notes from your trips, exchange them back to Euros.

 

View of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
View of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
 
 

Malaysian Ringgit

The Malaysian Ringgit is the official currency of Malaysia. Whether you are going to contemplate the Petrona Towers in Kuala Lumpur or if you are going to enjoy its paradisiacal beaches or its deserted islands, you will need to change from Euro to Malaysian Ringgit. If you want more information about everything you can do in Malaysia, visit the MALAYSIA TOURISM website.

 

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Hanoi - Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Hanoi - Vietnam
 
 

Vietnamese Dong

The Vietnamese Dong is the official currency of Vietnam. If you want to discover the cosmopolitan Hanoi on the banks of the Red River, if you prefer a boat ride to buy at the Can Tho floating market or if you are going to kayak between the islands of Hạ Long Bay, you will have to change your Euros to Vietnamese Dong. Visit the VIETNAM TOURISM website to discover all the charms of the country.

 

Machu Picchu ruins in Peru
Machu Picchu ruins in Peru
 
 

Peruvian Sol

The Peruvian Sol is the official currency of Peru. One of the main attractions of the country are the ruins of Machu Picchu, but you can also discover other of its charms. If you are interested in ruins and vestiges of other civilizations, you can enjoy less crowded places like Sacsayhuamán, Moray or Tambomachay. In Lima you will discover buildings from the colonial era next to modern buildings. And if you are looking for total peacefulness, in the Huascarán National Park you can make quiet walks between lakes and glaciers. Remember that before your trip you will have to exchange Euros to Peruvian Soles. On the PERU TOURISM website you will find more ideas for your trip.

 

If you need more information about these or other currencies, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Have a good trip!

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