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How to Get to Laos

Travel and Information Guide

There are several ways to get to Laos, though the easiest way is by flight. Airports in Vientiane, Luang Prabang and Pakse welcome flights from many Asian countries, including Thailand, Japan, and Malaysia. Citizens of certain countries can enter Laos without a visa, while others are required to apply for a tourist visa issued by a Lao embassy before visiting the country.

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By Air

Many travel to Laos via Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi International Airport). Thai International Airways (THAI) and Lao Airlines operate flights between Bangkok and Vientiane Wattay International Airport (VTE). Bangkok Airways operates flights between Bangkok and Luang Prabang International Airport. 

There are visa on arrival counters at airports in Vientiane, Luang Prabang and Pakse. You can visit Laos without a visa up to a certain number of days if you’re from the following countries:
•    Cambodia
•    Indonesia
•    Malaysia
•    Mongolia
•    Philippines
•    Russia
•    Singapore
•    South Korea
•    Thailand
•    Vietnam
•    Japan
•    Luxembourg
•    Switzerland
•    Brunei
•    Myanmar

By Land

You can travel to Laos by land by crossing Thailand’s borders. Some borders require a visa on arrival, so it’s best to check before travelling to Laos through these channels. The border crossings open for foreigners between Thailand and Laos are: 
•    Huay Xai/Chiang Khong
•    Muang Ngeun/Huay Kon
•    Nam Hueng/Tha Li
•    Vientiane/Nong Khai
•    Paksan/Bueng Kan
•    Tha Khaek/Nakhon Phanom
•    Vang Tao/Chong Mek

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