Southeast Asia Travel News | Feb 17

by Huyen Nguyen
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Southeast Asia Travel News | February 17

Motorbike tour in Vietnam stands in top 10 experiences for every traveller’s bucket list
The world-leading indie travel news source Travel Off Path recently suggested top 10 experiences that should be on the bucket list of every traveller, including Motorbike through Vietnam.
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Visitors to Thailand to pay tourist fee of up to US$9
Thailand’s Cabinet has approved a proposal by the National Tourism Policy Committee to charge a tourism fee of 300 baht (US$8.80) per person from international travelers who arrive in the country by air.
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Vietjet opens HCM City – Sydney route
Vietjet has announced it will launch a new direct route connecting Ho Chi Minh City and Sydney, Australia from April.
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Macau to restart Da Nang flights next month
The world’s biggest gambling hub, Macau, will resume flights to three Southeast Asian cities including Da Nang next month after over three years.
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Philippines to extend e-visa to travelers from China, South Korea, Japan and India
President of the Philippines Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. has called for the extension of online visa applications for travelers from China, South Korea, Japan and India, as announced by his office, Malacañang.
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Singapore removes final Covid-19 travel restrictions
Singapore has lifted its remaining Covid-19 travel restrictions from Monday (13 February) after the health situation “stabilized” in recent weeks.
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TAT to lead a strong Thailand presence at ITB Berlin 2023
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is leading an impressive delegation of 70 Thai tourism suppliers to ITB Berlin 2023, which is on from 7-9 March, 2023, and is the first in-person staging of the leading travel show since the pandemic.
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