Mekong Tourism Newsletter -September 2022 Issue

Travel is back in a big way, judging from the return of tourism events to the Mekong countries. In Viet Nam within the coming weeks,  the International Travel Expo Ho Chi Minh City 2022 (ITE HCMC 2022) takes place from 8 to 10 September, after a two-year break. 

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Mekong Tourism Newsletter - August 2022 Issue

Tourism is reviving throughout the Mekong Sub-Region, with neighboring countries working together to meet pent-up demand for travel. Read our latest newsletter and find out how our member nations are helping each other meet the surge in tourism. 

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Mekong Tourism Newsletter – July 2022 Issue

“Thailand Pass” registration and health insurance requirement will no longer be required for international arrivals from July 1, 2022. The rest of the Mekong Sub-Region is opening up as well: read our latest newsletter and find out how our member nations are welcoming tourists with less restrictions, and reopening their attractions and experiences. 

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Mekong Tourism Newsletter – June 2022 Issue

 

As the pandemic recedes and international travel begins to open up, most countries in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) are welcoming visitors again! Read our latest newsletter to find out how communities around the Mekong are welcoming back visitors: youʼll find travel guidance specific to each of the GMS nations; GMS travel news; and updates from the Mekong Tourism Coordinating Office (MTCO).

 

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