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    Thailand - Laos Bus Service

    Thailand - Laos Bus Service

    If your goal is to save money by going overland Thailand and Laos for your Laos adventure, buses are a popular low-cost alternative for crossing the border. Mid-June 2022, Laos and Thailand resumed 9 bus services as the two countries eased travel restrictions imposed after the arrival of the Covid-19 pandemic. It’s back! The state-owned […] Read More
    Laos Travel Guide Post-Covid

    Laos Travel Guide Post-Covid

    Here you’ll find news of Laos travel guide post-Covid 19. The country officially dropped Covid-19 entry restrictions for fully vaccinated tourists from Monday, 9 May 2022. Unvaccinated visitors must produce a Rapid Antigen Test issued within 48 hours of leaving their origin country. Tourists will also have to pay for their own medical treatment should […] Read More
    Express Train for Laos-China Railway

    Express Train for Laos-China Railway

    The first passenger bullet train, named Lane Xang, set to travel along the newly completed Laos-China Railway, also referred to as the China–Laos Railway or the Boten-Vientiane Railway, was delivered to Laotian operator in Vientiane on Saturday, 16 October 2021. The streamlined “China-standard” bullet train, or the Electric Multiple Unit (EMU) train, designed and built […] Read More
    Phou Bia Mountain to be Developed as Visitor Adventure Park

    Phou Bia Mountain to be Developed as Visitor Adventure Park

    According to a source by Vientiane Times, Khamphay Sana Group is to develop new tourism facilities on the Phou Bia Mountain site after a feasibility study on the project was completed in 2020. The development will take place in Phou Houa Xang Village, in Anouvong District, Xaysomboun Province. Development of the site is valued at […] Read More
    What you need to know COVID 19 in Laos

    What you need to know COVID 19 in Laos

    Coronavirus in Laos & Updated Laos Travel Advisory The ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is having significant impact on travel and dining around the globe. Southeast Asia is not exceptional. Travel business is badly suffering. This week March 30th 2020, some countries has been closed and local government work real hard to stop the outbreak. First […] Read More