Southeast Asia Travel News| Update 29th July
Bangkok Airways to resume its first international flight (Samui – Singapore), starting from 1 August 2021
Starting from 1 August 2021, Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited will resume its first international service between Samui and Singapore.
More tourism workers in Boracay to receive COVID-19 jabs
Boracay Island, Philippines – The vaccination of tourism workers on Boracay Island received a boost yesterday Monday (July 26) with the arrival of an additional 10,000 doses of Sinovac anti-Covid vaccines as local tourist arrivals in the world famous island picked up.
Finalists for the 2021 Experience Mekong Showcases Announced
The Mekong Tourism Coordinating Office is announcing the 15 Finalists of the Experience Mekong Showcases 2021 from Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam, as well as Guangxi and Yunnan in China.
British Airways calls for end to quarantine for vaccinated travellers
The results of a joint UK proving trial established by Heathrow, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic have demonstrated the UK government can rapidly expand its amber policy and remove self-isolation for fully vaccinated US and EU citizens arriving into the UK.
SQ firms up flights in August
Singapore Airlines will resume more services in its worldwide network but due to the Covid-19 crisis in Southeast Asia flights remain limited to just five capital cities.