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Laos Targets 4m International Visitors at ATF 2015

Laos Targets 4m International Visitors at ATF 2015

Laos is hoping to attract more than four million international visitors in 2015. In 2013 the landlocked nation attracted 3.78 million international visitors.

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Dr Solly Phimphinith, Laos Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism

 

In a country with vast undisturbed ecosystems, Laos continues to promote its 20 National Protected Areas, which include Phiu Khao Khouay close to Vientiane and the Nam Nern Night safari in Et-Phou Louey National Park. There is also an objective to have the Plain of Jars listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

This year will see the building of a new international airport in the Tonpheung district of Bokeo province, while two new regional airports are also scheduled to open.

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