Southeast Asia Travel News | Update 16th September
Quang Ninh Province: From 15th September 2023, no plastic bags and disposable plastic items to Co To Island
(TITC) – According to the Division of Culture, Information and Tourism of Co To District (Quang Ninh Province), from 15th September 2023, visitors are not allowed to bring plastic bags and single-use plastic items to Co To island.
Ha Noi awakens riverside agrotourism potential
Riding a tram through streets named after flowers, visiting flower gardens and farms, taking pictures of the vast fields of colorful flowers and fruits, enjoying local specialties, and listening to historical stories at relics are activities tourists can experience when they come to Hong Van Commune in Ha Noi’s outskirts of Thuong Tin District.
Myanmar to offer visa on arrival to Chinese, Indian tourists
Myanmar will offer visas on arrival to Chinese and Indian tourists, state media reported, as the ruling junta seeks to lure back foreign visitors and their cash.
Travellers may have more flight options as AirAsia looks to close aircraft deal with Airbus
SINGAPORE: Travellers may have more flight options in time to come, with Malaysian low-cost carrier AirAsia close to inking a deal with Airbus for wide-body aircraft.
New bus service connects airport to 500 hotels
Four major partners in Thailand’s tourism and transportation industry have joined forces for the launch of the Bua Airport Express, a bus service connecting Suvarnabhumi airport to over 500 hotels in Bangkok. This service aims to provide convenient and cost-effective travel options for just 180 baht per trip, covering three routes across the city: Sathon-Mahanakon Tower-MBK Center; Yaowarat-Chinatown-Saochingcha; and Asok-Sukhumvit-EmQuartier-Thong Lor, including various tourist attractions and shopping malls.