My name is Jolie, I am a Vietnamese girl growing up in the countryside of Hai Duong, northern Vietnam. Since a little girl, I was always dreaming of exploring the far-away lands, the unseen beauty spots of the world. My dream has been growing bigger and bigger day after day, and I do not miss a chance to make it real. After graduating from the univesity of language in Hanoi, I started the exploration with a travel agency and learning more about travel, especially responsible travel. I love experiencing the different cultures of the different lands and sharing my dream with the whole world. Hope that you love it too!
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued an instruction easing restrictions on entry to Laos for those Lao nationals and foreigners holding diplomatic visas, or those holding labor visas (LA-B2), spouse visas (SP-3), or other types of multiple entry visas.
According to instruction, such visa holders will no longer be required to request permission for entry from Lao consulates or embassies abroad, or from the Lao Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Instead, eligible visa-holders will simply be required to access the Green Pass online visa portal and register for a QR Code, after which they may travel to Laos.
Upon arrival in Laos, a 48-hour quarantine period following an RT-PCR test for foreign residents arriving in Laos will remain in place, after which seven-day home isolation is authorized.
The Green Pass online portal went live on 2 March to more easily facilitate visitors to the country.
- Here is more detail about Lao Green Pass
- And here is more detail about traveling to Laos during covid