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Gửi lúc 10:22' 03/02/2012
30 day visas can be obtained on arrival at most entry points into Laos. In most cases it is cheaper and easier to get the visa at the border than at an embassy or consulate. At the more out of the way entry points you may have to wait some time while immigration issues a visa. You will need the following documentation


Gửi lúc 07:37' 03/02/2012
Natural Beauty: It may not have the sheer variety of Thailand, but Laos is a beautiful country. Take a multi day trek or bike ride, or enjoy the scenic bus ride from Luang Prabang to Vang Vieng


Gửi lúc 07:22' 03/02/2012
Bun Pi Mai, the start of the New Year in Laos, is a splashy good time for visitors, although a decidedly more gentle ordeal than its same-day counterpart in ThailandThe Lao New Year takes place in the middle of the hot summer season, in April. The new year celebrations last three days. During the New Year, the Lao believe that the old spirit of Songkran leaves this plane, making way for a new one.


Gửi lúc 03:41' 03/02/2012
With the support of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the Pacific Asia Tourism Association (PATA) and The International Ecotourism Society (TIES), over 300 participants comprising the public, private and non-governmental sectors from 30 countries met at the World Ecotourism Conference 2009, hosted by Lao National Tourism Administration in Vientiane, Lao PDR between 15 and 17 July 2009.


Gửi lúc 03:20' 03/02/2012
Laos has many fascinating festivals, quite a few of which are steeped in Buddhism. Be sure to book hotels in advance if you're planning on visiting during festival time, particularly in the big cities.


Gửi lúc 08:56' 02/02/2012
Vietnam national tourism year Hue 2012. Central Thua Thien – Hue province has been selected to host the National Tourism Year – Northern Central Coastal Area 2012. It will host a series of activities throughout the year to promote national tourism and lure international tourists.


Gửi lúc 16:40' 24/01/2012
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Gửi lúc 11:21' 23/01/2012
The human history of Laos stretches back more than 10,000 years as stone tools and skulls unearthed in Huaphan and Luang Prabang provinces can confirm. The famous giant jars in Xieng Khouang province and stone columns in Huaphan province date from the neolithic period. Over centuries, rural settlements grew slowly to 'muang' (townships) along the Mekong River.


Gửi lúc 11:16' 23/01/2012
There are a total of 15 Public Holidays in Laos ranging from harvest festivities, rain-making ceremonies to religious observations. Please note that government offices are closed on these days and, although certain shops stay open, not a lot gets done. So relax and join in the fun because in the typical manner of Southeast Asia these Public Holidays are a bundle of colourful fun.


Gửi lúc 11:13' 23/01/2012
Pakse is one of the largest towns in Laos and a major transportation hub for southern quarters of the country. Once the capital of southern Laos you should fly into Pakse International Airport to reach the scenic Bolaven Plateau or Si Phan Don. In 2010 the airport was closed for major construction works and reopened later that year to once again receive scheduled flights from Vientiane, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City and Siem Reap.


Gửi lúc 11:12' 23/01/2012
Gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage listed Luang Prabang, the city’s international airport is located just 4 kilometers from the centre of town. Currently the airport is only able to accommodate smaller aircraft but after a runway extension programme started in 2011 is completed in 2013 the airstrip will be appropriate for larger aircraft. The terminal building is rather old looking and somewhat run-down but it is reported to be one of the friendliest airports in the world and the...


Gửi lúc 11:09' 23/01/2012
Wattay International Airport is located just 3km from the country’s capital city Vientiane. A single terminal building houses arrivals and departures for domestic flights and a new terminal building services international flights. At one end of the terminal is a military installation which is off-limits to everyday passengers. The terminals have been upgraded in recent years to provide more comfortable facilities and more services for travellers.