Laos-China railway helps revive domestic tourism in Laos – Xinhua

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Photo taken on Feb. 25, 2022 shows a view of Luang Prabang railway station in Luang Prabang, Laos. The Laos-China Railway was put into operation in December 2021, which has helped revive domestic tourism in Laos. At present, the demand for passengers traveling between Vientiane and the former capital of Luang Prabang is growing.

As of Feb. 22, the Laos section of the China-Laos Railway had operated 146 pairs of EMU passenger trains, carrying 144,610 passengers, with a peak of 2,804 on Jan. 3 and an average occupancy rate of 68. .76%. (Photo by Kaikeo Saiyasane/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Feb. 25, 2022 shows a view of the ancient city of Luang Prabang, Laos. The Laos-China Railway was put into operation in December 2021, which has helped revive domestic tourism in Laos. At present, the demand for passengers traveling between Vientiane and the former capital of Luang Prabang is growing.

As of Feb. 22, the Laos section of the China-Laos Railway had operated 146 pairs of EMU passenger trains, carrying 144,610 passengers, with a peak of 2,804 on Jan. 3 and an average occupancy rate of 68. .76%. (Photo by Kaikeo Saiyasane/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Feb. 25, 2022 shows a view of the Luang Prabang railway station in Luang Prabang, Laos. The Laos-China Railway was put into operation in December 2021, which has helped revive domestic tourism in Laos. At present, the demand for passengers traveling between Vientiane and the former capital of Luang Prabang is growing.

As of Feb. 22, the Laos section of the China-Laos Railway had operated 146 pairs of EMU passenger trains, carrying 144,610 passengers, with a peak of 2,804 on Jan. 3 and an average occupancy rate of 68. .76%. (Photo by Kaikeo Saiyasane/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Feb. 25, 2022 shows the waiting room at Luang Prabang train station in Luang Prabang, Laos. The Laos-China Railway was put into operation in December 2021, which has helped revive domestic tourism in Laos. At present, the demand for passengers traveling between Vientiane and the former capital of Luang Prabang is growing.

As of Feb. 22, the Laos section of the China-Laos Railway had operated 146 pairs of EMU passenger trains, carrying 144,610 passengers, with a peak of 2,804 on Jan. 3 and an average occupancy rate of 68. .76%. (Photo by Kaikeo Saiyasane/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Feb. 25, 2022 shows a view of the ancient city of Luang Prabang, Laos. The Laos-China Railway was put into operation in December 2021, which has helped revive domestic tourism in Laos. At present, the demand for passengers traveling between Vientiane and the former capital of Luang Prabang is growing.

As of Feb. 22, the Laos section of the China-Laos Railway had operated 146 pairs of EMU passenger trains, carrying 144,610 passengers, with a peak of 2,804 on Jan. 3 and an average occupancy rate of 68. .76%. (Photo by Kaikeo Saiyasane/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Feb. 25, 2022 shows a view of the ancient city of Luang Prabang, Laos. The Laos-China Railway was put into operation in December 2021, which has helped revive domestic tourism in Laos. At present, the demand for passengers traveling between Vientiane and the former capital of Luang Prabang is growing.

As of Feb. 22, the Laos section of the China-Laos Railway had operated 146 pairs of EMU passenger trains, carrying 144,610 passengers, with a peak of 2,804 on Jan. 3 and an average occupancy rate of 68. .76%. (Photo by Kaikeo Saiyasane/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Feb. 25, 2022 shows a view of the ancient city of Luang Prabang, Laos. The Laos-China Railway was put into operation in December 2021, which has helped revive domestic tourism in Laos. At present, the demand for passengers traveling between Vientiane and the former capital of Luang Prabang is growing.

As of Feb. 22, the Laos section of the China-Laos Railway had operated 146 pairs of EMU passenger trains, carrying 144,610 passengers, with a peak of 2,804 on Jan. 3 and an average occupancy rate of 68. .76%. (Photo by Kaikeo Saiyasane/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Feb. 25, 2022 shows a view of the ancient city of Luang Prabang, Laos. The Laos-China Railway was put into operation in December 2021, which has helped revive domestic tourism in Laos. At present, the demand for passengers traveling between Vientiane and the former capital of Luang Prabang is growing.

As of Feb. 22, the Laos section of the China-Laos Railway had operated 146 pairs of EMU passenger trains, carrying 144,610 passengers, with a peak of 2,804 on Jan. 3 and an average occupancy rate of 68. .76%. (Photo by Kaikeo Saiyasane/Xinhua)

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