Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – You are going to travel to Thailand, Cambodia and Laos.
If you are a traveller from a country on this list, you might want to check them out.
The Philippines, the Philippines and Thailand have very different travel itineraries.
The Philippines, with its rich history, vibrant culture and history, is home to the largest Filipino population in the world.
Thailand has a history of civil war and the Philippines is still struggling to recover from the devastation of the 2009 Bali bombings.
Thailand also has a very large Muslim population, who make up a substantial portion of its population.
But the Philippines, Thailand and Laos have their own travel challenges.
The main issue is visa processing time, as the Philippines has the longest visa processing times in the Southeast Asian region, with over two months for visa applications and another two months in transit.
Thailand is a regional hub and Thailand also gets much of its traffic through the country of Indonesia, the biggest foreign market in Southeast Asia.
Laos is a popular destination for Chinese and Vietnamese travellers and many of these travellers choose to stay in Laos rather than the Philippines or Thailand.
Laos has a long history of political turmoil and the country is experiencing widespread poverty and unemployment.
In fact, the country’s unemployment rate is higher than in the Philippines.
The biggest problem for travellers from these countries is that they are not allowed to visit certain places like Laos or Cambodia, which makes it difficult to get in contact with locals.
If you are travelling to Laos or Thailand, the best thing you can do is find a reliable travel agency in these three countries, which you can also check out at the following links.
Malaysia Airlines: www.airline.com.my.
Singapore Airlines: www.airlines.com Singapore: SiamAir SinghAir.com: Singhamair.com Laos: LaosAir LaoAir.org: LaoAir.sg. Cambodia: ChileAir Chiair.co.uk: CambiaAir.co