Southeast Asia Travel News | Update 8th September
Vietnam Airlines to restore nearly 90% of international flight frequency
National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines continues to increase flight frequency on routes to Europe, Australia, and China, thereby restoring nearly 90% of its pre-pandemic international flight network.
Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia agree to operate ‘one journey-three destinations’ tours
Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia have agreed to step up tourism cooperation by launching “one journey-three destinations” tours.
THAI picks up domestic routes from Thai Smile
BANGKOK, 5 September 2023: Thai Airways International will resume nine domestic routes previously served by its low-cost subsidiary airline Thai Smile during the winter flight schedule from October 2023 to March 2024
Vietnam’s new visa policy creating growth engine in tourism
About two-thirds of the 4,000 tourists from over 60 countries and territories on the Spectrum of the Seas cruise ship joined a short excursion to explore Vietnam after it docked at Phu My port in Ba Ria-Vung Tau province last week.
Restoration Team Shows Commitment to Restoring Ancient Temples Using Traditional Techniques
AKP Phnom Penh, September 05, 2023 —
The restoration team shows commitment to restoring ancient temples using traditional techniques, said the APSAR National Authority in a news release today.
Moc Chau, Cuc Phuong National Park honored at World Travel Awards 2023
Popular local tourist destinations including the northern highlands town of Moc Chau and Cuc Phuong National Park were honoured at the 30th annual World Travel Awards (WTA) held on September 6 in Ho Chi Minh City.
Hanoi receives three grand World Travel Awards in 2023
The World Travel Awards 2023 (WTA) Asia-Pacific ceremony was held in Ho Chi Minh City on the evening of September 6, 2023. Hanoi has been honored with three awards, including Asia’s Leading City Destination 2023, Asia’s Leading City Break Destination 2023, and Asia’s Leading City Tourist Board.
Pattaya Floating Market devastated by fire
A fire broke out at the Pattaya Floating Market in Bang Lamung district on Thursday night, destroying a section of the tourist landmark that featured various cultural and traditional products from all…