Thai tour operators make plans to bring visitors to Laos

Representatives of Thai tour operators want to assess the places of most interest to tourists, like the Luang Prabang province seen here during Songkran in 2021. - Xinhua

VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/Asia News Network): Tour operators from Thailand have visited Laos to check on accessibility and travel following the reopening of Laos to foreign tourists.

Representatives of Thai tour operators said they wanted to assess the places of most interest to tourists, including Vangvieng district, Luang Prabang province, and Vientiane, as well as the services provided by the Laos-China railway.

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