Living Land has signed up to be a Host Venue for a Mekong Tourism Forum 2017 “breakthrough” session on June 7 & 8.
The afternoon breakthrough sessions will give MTF 2017 delegates an opportunity to see some of the UNESCO World Heritage town of Luang Prabang, Laos while exploring important topics.
The Living Land community enterprise was formed in response to the destructive methods of farming commonly used in Laos. The founders share their land-friendly knowledge and methods with local farmers, government departments, educational institutions, and students. Tourists can enjoy a half-day rice experience in which they perform with their own hands every stage of traditional rice production. Living Land’s Terrace Restaurant, overlooking the rice fields and mountains in the distance, will be the venue for a MTF 2017 breakthrough session.
Every MTF 2017 delegate has the opportunity to choose two thematic tracks of two sessions each (one track for each Forum afternoon (June 7 & 8)). Capacity for each track is strictly limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Register now!
Pictured here, after signing a MoU, are Mr Sialee (left) of The Living Land Company, and Nouy Vongmanichanh (right), Deputy Head of the Tourism Marketing Division at Luang Prabang Provincial Information, Culture and Tourism Department.