Plans to reopen bus route connecting Thailand-Laos-Vietnam

VOV.VN - Thai authorities are discussing the opening of new bus routes with Laos and Vietnam to link popular destinations in the three countries, according to news website laotiantimes.com.

Laotian media noted that the Thai Government has approved expediting negotiations to open a bus route connecting the three countries via route R12 from Nakhon Phanom in Thailand to Thakhek in Laos before progressing on to Ha Tinh in Vietnam.

The distance from Nakhon Phanom to Ha Tinh is approximately 300 kilometres.

The website also revealed that the Thai Ministry of Transport has requested that Laos host the second Trilateral Working Group Meeting as soon as possible in order to discuss the service model before coming to formal agreements. 

“The three cities are especially attractive to tourists, with local arts and culture attractions, temples, and sacred sites, as well as natural wonders such as waterfalls, mountains, and beaches,” the laotiantimes.com shared.

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