BANGKOK, 9 April 2020: Here's some good news for British travellers who are stranded in Thailand hoping to snatch up a flight to the UK. The UK in Thailand Update posted by the British...
VIENTIANE, 8 February 2017: Laos’ Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism has called on all tourism agencies to urgently prepare activities for inclusion in Visit Laos Year 2018 calendar. Vientiane Times quoted the ministry saying promotions for Visit Laos Year...
VIENTIANE, Laos 4 August 2021: Popular river cruise operator Pandaw is staying with its plan to reopen river cruises in Southeast Asia in October 2022. The luxury riverboat line offers cruises in India, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and...
VIENTIANE, 11 July 2017: No surprises low-cost airline, Thai AirAsia, betters the competitors on the Bangkok-Vientiane route offering the lowest roundtrip fares starting at USD109 A check of roundtrip fares for flights to the Lao PDR capital, this September, indicates...
BANGKOK, 8 MAY 2020: The ban on flights to Laos continues with no end date in sight as far as government announcements go. Lao Airlines, owned by the government, confirmed this week it had suspended...
VIENTIANE, 23 September 2021: Lao Airlines announced Monday it had suspended all flights from Vientiane to the provinces until further notice as Covid-19 cases hit a new high in the capital city. In...
UDON THANI, 8 August 2017: Udon Thani is best known as a gateway province to both upper Northeast Thailand and neighbouring Laos and its capital Vientiane. The city itself serves as an aviation hub, the closest airport to the border...
VIENTIANE, Laos, 21 February 2020: The contagious coronavirus is not rocking the boat when it comes to a jazz festival in the Lao capital 8 to 9 May. In a move to offer festival-goers an opportunity...
VIENTIANE, Laos, 4 June 2020: Laos has announced an easing of entry and exit rules effective 1 June as the country attempts to reboot its battered economy and revive investment projects. Details were announced by the...
CHIANG RAI, 2 May 2019: Not that anyone noticed, but we have just completed the first quarter of Visit Laos-China Year, which I assume rolls out the red carpet to welcome more Chinese tourists.