Wed, 2 March 2016

Lao PDR Tourism Update - HD Video from ATF 2016

[HD video below] At the ASEAN Tourism Forum 2016 in Manila, Philippines Mr. Sounh Manivong, Director General - Tourism Development Department of the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism gave a press conference to update media on the tourism industry in the beautiful country of Laos.

In this video you will learn the visitor arrival numbers for 2015, targets for 2016 and what Laos will be doing to promote tourism to the country in 2016.

Mr. Sounh Manivong tells us about the latest Laos visa policies covering border checkpoints, visa fees, visa exemption, visas on arrival and more.

You will also discover what events will be taking place this year, and what Laos plans to do as Chairman of the AEC.

Laos Tourism Update 2016 - HD Video

HD Videos from ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF) 2016 in Manila, Philippines: Philippine Airlines HD Video Interview with Jaime J. Bautista, President & COO, Philippines Tourism Press Conference / Update at ATF 2016, Sharia Law and Brunei Tourism Question at ATF 2016 in Manila, Indonesia Tourism Press Conference at ATF 2016, Cambodia Tourism Press Conference at ATF 2016, Tourism Authority of Thailand Press Conference at ATF 2016, Premier Inn's Expansion Plans for Asia Pacific - HD Video Interview at ATF 2016, HD Video Interview with Bambi M. Samson, Director of Sales, One of Collection (Philippines), Laos Tourism Press Conference at ATF 2016, Myanmar Tourism Press Conference at ATF 2016 and Exclusive HD Video Interview with Bruno Cristol GM of Dusit Thani Manila, as well as many other HD Videos.

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