Coronavirus Resource Page (last updated December 19)

Our hearts go out to you amid the devastation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. It cannot be overstated how difficult this time is for the global community, for the industry that is grinding to a halt, for your clients, for your companies, and for each of us as individuals. We will look back upon this […]

GREATER MEKONG SUBREGION TOURISM RECOVERY COMMUNICATIONS TOOLKIT

Proudly contributed by Mekong Tourism Coordinating Office

Company contributor Mekong Tourism Office

GMS-Tourism Recovery Communications Toolkit (1)         TRANSLATE with x English Arabic Hebrew Polish Bulgarian Hindi Portuguese Catalan Hmong Daw Romanian Chinese Simplified Hungarian Russian Chinese Traditional Indonesian Slovak Czech Italian Slovenian Danish Japanese Spanish Dutch Klingon Swedish English Korean Thai Estonian Latvian Turkish Finnish Lithuanian Ukrainian French Malay Urdu German Maltese Vietnamese […]

Coronavirus policy updates

Proudly contributed by Ton

Travel around the world continues to be affected by the novel coronavirus, especially in the Greater Mekong Subregion where most of the countries are relying on the tourism industry. The Mekong Tourism Coordinating Office would like to take this opportunity to gather the government’s policies in which to provide aid and assistance to businesses in […]

2018 Mekong Tourism Initiatives

Proudly contributed by JENS THRAENHART

Mekong Tourism Initiatives under the Destination Mekong Public-Private Partnership Framework, including Mekong Moments, Mekong Mini Movie Campaign, Mekong Trends, Experience Mekong Collection.

GMS Tourism Sector Strategy 2016-2025

Proudly contributed by JENS THRAENHART

Company contributor Mekong Tourism Office

Company contributor Asian Development Bank

In 2004-2005, at the request of the GMS TWG and with the support of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), a GMS Tourism Sector Strategy (GMS TSS) was formulated. The updated GMS TSS 2016-2025 strategy envisioned the GMS as a single destination, with strong focus on culture, nature and adventure. The intention of the strategy is to inspire not only the governments of the subregion, but also all its stakeholders, particularly in the tourism industry, to promote a sustainable development of tourism, respectful of its people, and cultures, enhance and protect its unique natural and cultural heritage, and fostering poverty alleviation schemes.