AirAsia, the truly Asean airline announced a brand new route connecting Kuala Lumpur directly to the UNESCO Heritage city of Luang Prabang in Laos with four times weekly flights commencing 21 November 2016.
AirAsia is the first and only airline to operate direct flights from Kuala Lumpur to Luang Prabang.
This will be the airline group’s 70th intra-Asean route connecting all ten Asean countries, as well as the airline’s fourth route into Laos after Kuala Lumpur – Vientiane, Bangkok – Vientiane and Bangkok – Luang Prabang.
To celebrate the introduction of this brand new route, AirAsia is offering Free Seats* for a limited period of time, which are available for booking online at www.airasia.com from now until 25 September 2016.
The travel period for this promotion is from 21 November 2016 until 28 October 2017.
“This route has been something that we have worked very hard on, and we are pleased to finally make this announcement. We hope our guests will not miss the opportunity to grab the Free Seats to Luang Prabang and experience what this unique destination has to offer.
AirAsia is proud to offer another international connection within the Asean region to connect the people and close the borders to create a true ASEAN Community.
We look forward to launching many more intra-Asean routes in near future to facilitate greater growth of the region’s tourism sector as well as the economy.” – Spencer Lee, AirAsia’s Head of Commercial
With AirAsia, Now Everyone Can Fly to Luang Prabang
A UNESCO World Heritage city, Luang Prabang is one of the most alluring places in Southeast Asia known for its Golden-roofed Wats, saffron-clad monks, faded Indo-chinese villas and exquisite Gallic cuisine.
This former capital is located at the Northern Central of Laos, approximately 300km North of Vientiane at the sacred confluence of the Mekong River and the Nam Khan River.
Visitors can marvel at the stunning ‘Tree of Life’ mosaic set at Wat Xieng Thong, partake in the traditional alms giving with the locals, swim in the spectacular azure pool at the Kuang Si Waterfalls and savour Khao Soi – a popular local noodle soup dish that can be found at food stalls running along Luang Prabang streets.