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Submitted 2 months 4 weeks ago by Bernie Rosenbloom.

Featuring 123 guest rooms, the hotel is the largest property located in the former royal capital of Luang Prabang.

Submitted 2 months 3 weeks ago by Bernie Rosenbloom.

An Oudomxay government official recently reported to Deputy Prime Minister Dr Sonexay Siphandone and a committee that the province needs roads to a pair of high-potential nature sites: a 600-metre-high waterfall and forests with 1,500-year-old tea trees.

Submitted 2 months 4 weeks ago by Bernie Rosenbloom.

Green Season brings waterfalls to life in Southern Laos. This year, the rains began in March, gorging rivers and turning trickling falls into pluming, ground-shaking wonders.

Submitted 2 months 4 weeks ago by Bernie Rosenbloom.

“Trash Idol hopes to make Luang Prabang a clean and green place for all of us,” said the group’s co-founder Somsack Sengta, owner of the UNESCO city’s Blue Lagoon Restaurant.

Submitted 3 months 2 days ago by Bernie Rosenbloom.

Authorities announced new activities to be organised under Visit Laos Year 2018 for the last six months of this year at a meeting for consultations and planning for the tourism sector that was held in the capital on Friday.

Submitted 3 months 4 days ago by Bernie Rosenbloom.

Summit Tours and Green Discovery announced on 16 July, they have formed a joint venture to provide helicopter tourism to Laos under the brand, Summit Discovery.

Submitted 3 months 3 days ago by Bernie Rosenbloom.

Deputy Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Ounthuang Khaophanh said immediate action is needed to remove rules that require tour operators to seek official approval before bringing tourists to Laos, as similar regulations had already been appealed.

Submitted 3 months 4 days ago by Bernie Rosenbloom.

Don Daeng kicks off Southern Laos’ 4,000 Islands excursion on the Mekong, and it’s just a 40-minute van or taxi ride from the Pakse International Airport in Champasak.

Submitted 3 months 4 days ago by Bernie Rosenbloom.

More mega-projects are coming to Laos to accommodate the rising number of Chinese tourists, according to the Vientiane Times.

Submitted 3 months 1 week ago by Bernie Rosenbloom.

The government of Laos is set to revise its expectations for tourism arrivals this year, as it appears unlikely the country will welcome the forecasted 5 million visitor arrivals for 2018, nor will it earn the expected $900 million in tourism revenue.

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