MICE Guide to Laos 2020
MICE Guide to Laos 2020 2020 We Are Lao English
The Lao hospitality industry has introduced the second MICE Guide to Laos 2020. Twenty-four hotels and resorts have collaborated to show their synergy and determination to grow the tourism industry. This is up from the original 16 hotels, expanding the opportunity and selection of properties working in the MICE sector to showcase to partners worldwide that Laos is a true destinations for Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions/Events.
Luang Prabang Luxury and Upper Upscale Hotel Market View
Luang Prabang Luxury and Upper Upscale Hotel Market View 2019 Horwath HTL English
To determine the top-tier hotel supply (upscale and above), we analysed hotel demand sources and identified those characteristics upon which guests or others arranging for third party accommodation base their decisions of hotel selection. These characteristics were derived from information provided by executives knowledgeable in the local hotel markets and Horwath HTL’s knowledge and experience in the hotel, tourism, and leisure industries.
Destination Laos 2018 Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism English
This briefing for travel agents and the tourism trade is loaded with selling points for Laos. This trade guide opens the door to leisure activities and business travel, special interest travel and responsible tourism, and natural and cultural attractions. You'll find sample itineraries, and get a full sense and feeling for the country.
Dos & Don'ts in Laos
Dos Donts.pdf 2019 Luang Prabang Tourism Marketing Department English, Chinese, Laos
This cartoon posters shows visitors the cultural "Dos & Don'ts in Laos. Some may seem petty or strange, though for Lao people, these small acts and ways of behaving will bring you closer to the people while avoiding making a fool of yourself.
Lao Hotel Alliance
Lao Hotel Alliance 2019 We Are Lao English
You’ll get more than just a room when staying with a member of the Lao Hotel Alliance. The LHA presents a label of excellence for mid-range luxury Lao hospitality, while promoting selected locations across the country. The LHA label reflects quality and trust, and guarantees that Member hotels and resorts meet international standards for quality of service, rooms and facilities, and food safety and hygiene. Members place emphasis on sustaining the environment. LHA hotels are located in unique settings, and connect to a range of activities for those seeking cultural and heritage activities or adventures in nature.
Luang Prabang Deaf & Mute Community Handicraft Catalogue
Luang Prabang Deaf & Mute Community Handicraft Catalogue 2019 Luang Prabang Deaf Mute Community English
Help the Luang Prabang Deaf Mute Community help themselves, and stop by their shop for handicrafts you can use. You’ll find handmade bamboo straws, schoolgirl pillows that match their uniforms, laptop bags, pearl bags, coin purses, and cooking aprons with front pockets. Check out the rice field and Sunday scarves and ceremonial wraps along with an elephant-design table cloth and red-and-white “chili” table cloths. Prices may change.
2018 Statistical Report on Tourism in Laos
2018 Statistical Report on Tourism in Laos.pdf 2019 Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism English
The Tourism Development Department (TDD), Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism publishes annually tourism statistics relating to tourist arrivals, foreign exchange earnings from tourism, tourist expenditures, the average length of stay of tourists in Laos as well as tourist profiles, accommodation establishments and occupancy rates. The purpose of this Statistical Report on Tourism is to provide the public with clear information on a important sector of the Lao economy.
Ecotourism in the Nam Et–Phou Louey National Protected Area
Ecotourism in the Nam Et–Phou Louey National Protected Area 2018-2019 Wildlife Conservation Society Laos English
The Nam Et–Phou Louey National Protected Area (NPA) crosses Houaphan, Luang Prabang, and Xieng Khouang Provinces is home to the award-winning Nam Nern Night Safari and The Nests trekking are the two top eco-adventures. The NPA is the second largest protected area in Laos and has the greatest wildlife biodiversity in the country. The terrain is mountainous with altitude ranging between 336 and 2257 metres above sea level. The highest point is the peak of Phou Louey (Forever Mountain) and the lowest the Nam Et river valley. The NEPL NPA contains large areas of intact primary forests, and supports an outstanding diversity of carnivores including the last wild tigers of Laos and five other cat species such as leopard, clouded leopard, golden cat, marbled cat, and leopard cat. Prices are subject to change.
Organic & Permaculture Experiences around Luang Prabang
Organic & Permaculture Experiences around Luang Prabang 2019 We Are Lao English
Luang Prabang has made farming fun by adding activities to its fields of fruit, vegetables, herbs, and even buffaloes. A dozen farms around the UNESCO city offer organic and permaculture experiences, and that means more than watching plants grow and then cooking and eating them, though often that’s the main course. You’ll find farm tours and stays, agro-tourism, botanical gardens, camping and bungalows, adventure activities like zip lining and hiking and easier challenges for the kids. Cooking classes, handicraft workshops and a Grow-Their-Own Hotel with a top chef…jump in.
Luang Prabang E-Bus Map
Luang Prabang E-Bus Map 2019 Luang Prabang Tourism Department English
Travel around Luang Prabang City on an e-Bus. The electric vehicles run several routes around the UNESCO World Heritage site while keeping the air clean.