Southeast Asia Travel News | Update 30th October
Bamboo Airways suspends a series of international routes
Bamboo Airways has announced to suspend 10 international routes to Asian and European destinations from Oct. 29 to “ensure resources and prioritize operational efficiency.”
Phu Quoc City welcomed 3 international flights from October 23 to 25
(TITC) – During 3 days, from 23rd to 25th October 2023, Phu Quoc Island City (Kien Giang, Southern of Vietnam) welcomed 3 international flights with more than 600 tourists to visit and spend vacation.
Phuket MP urges swift action on delayed Patong Tunnel
Phuket MP Chalermpong Saengdee recently took the floor in the House of Representatives, using his platform to challenge the ongoing delay in the construction of the much-anticipated Patong Tunnel. The Speaker of the House and the Deputy Minister of Transport were present to hear his concerns.
Thai tourism bodies urge government to rebuild confidence with Chinese tourists
The Association of Thai Travel Agents (ATTA) and the Tourism Council of Thailand (TCT) called on the government to restore confidence in Chinese tourists via mainland tour agents, emphasising that this approach can guarantee tourist safety.
Vietnam welcomes over 1 million int’l visitors in fourth consecutive month
Vietnam welcomed 1.11 million international tourists in October, making the fourth consecutive month that the country has served more than 1 million foreign visitor, according to the Vietnam National Authority of Tourism.