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30 June 2009

We will be visiting Vietnam in Jan 2010 and would like to visit Quy Nhon. Could you please advise the best way to travel from Nha Trang to Quy Nhon...Detail
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airasia starts laos flights
Bangkok - AirAsia has started flying from Kuala Lumpur to the Lao capital Vientiane on December 1, making it the first low-cost carrier to be given permission to fly into ASEAN's landlocked member country
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Laos flights and travel guide

When the French controlled Indochina, they called the slowness of pace in Laos and the apparent indolence of the people the "Laotian malaise", precisely what makes this land tourist heaven. Officially the Lao People's Democratic Republic, a communist state, Laos is sandwiched between Burma (Myanmar), China, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand, a country about the same size as Great Britain. About 70 per cent of the country is made up of mountain and highland and there is extensive, untouched, forest too. Most Laotians live in the fertile plains of the Mekong and the 11 other rivers, eking out an existence by farming and fishing.

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Money and Exchange

Currency and Exchange Service

The Kip is the official currency of Laos. The bank notes are presently in denominations of 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1,000 Kip.

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Tourism Administration trains more tour guides

(KPL) Sixty-six tour guides from all provinces in the country have been certified to be able to pursue their profession, after they have been present at a 45-day-training on tour guiding.

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Luang Prabang: here comes the shade

Three o'clock in the afternoon and the sun is beating down on Luang Prabang so hard it feels as if the gilded temples might melt. Having risen before dawn to join the daily ritual of Tak Bat, when the women of this ancient town in Laos give rice to Buddhist monks as they file along the street, I am wilting, too.

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Climbing in China and south east Asia - Laos

PART THREE

Southern Laos is a climbing hotspot in waiting. Craggy limestone mountains soar up from the plains, while just a few hundred metres from the road, cliff faces potted with holds and potential lines flashed past us as we travelled towards our next climbing destination. Someone with a bit of patience, time and a lot of bolts could turn this place into one of the premier climbing destinations of the world.

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Entering Laos

PASSPORT/VISA

All visitors entering Laos must possess valid passports. Visa can obtained from Lao Embassies and Consulates abroad. In addition, visa can also be obtained on arrival at the international Checkpoint.

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Republic of Korea donates education equipment to Laos
(KPL) National Agency for Information (NAI) of Republic of Korea gave education equipment and 35 computers, worth US$80,000, to the Vientiane Artisan Development Centre, to give opportunities to Lao youths to be proficient in information technology.
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Qinhuai River: new tourist destination in Nanjing district
A visiting to the Qinhuai River was a part of schedule of Asean media delegation visit to Jiangsu province to see on how tourism site development.
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Vientiane Taxi Service knocks off taxi fare
Vientiane Taxi Service of Lao Group Company decided to knock off a half of its taxi fare for welcoming the upcoming the 25th SEA Games.
The company has a plan to install the map guidance system in order to give trust to passengers.
Ms Bounmy Thebphavong, Chief of Lao Economic Development Company said that after taking for a month, Vientiane taxi received a good feedback from society.
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