Southeast Asia Travel News | Update 18 July

by Huyen Nguyen
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Bhutan set for September reopening with new tourism approach
Travellers to Bhutan will pay a much higher Sustainable Development Fee when the destination reopens to international visitors on September 23, but freedom to engage tourism services directly without restrictions of a Minimum Daily Package Rate will be granted.
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Wego partners with Indonesia to drive interest in Bali
Indonesia’s Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy and online travel marketplace Wego have combined forces to help revive tourism to Bali, via the latter’s vast user base in the Middle East and North Africa.

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LaoSafe initiative puts Laos on the road to recovery
To build international visitor confidence in the destination, Laos has implemented LaoSafe, a nationwide initiative designed to create a world-class health and hygiene system within the tourism and hospitality industry.

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Vietjet to start 9 services from Vietnam tourism hubs to India
Budget airline Vietjet Air has announced the launch of new services to three Indian cities from Hanoi, HCMC and Da Nang.
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Hanoi is among the world’s most ideal cycling destinations:
Hanoi, famous for its centuries-old temples and French colonial buildings, is one of the world’s six best places to explore by bicycle, according to a survey of travelers.
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