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Khiri Offices Celebrate Buddhist New Year

April 11, 2013 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under:

Thingyan, Songkran, Lao Pee Mai, and Chaul Chnam Thmey. The water festival in Southeast Asia is coming up this weekend!


Please note that most of our offices will be closed around these days and replies to your e-mails might be slow. You can reach us as per the below overview.

Khiri Travel Cambodia
The Cambodia offices in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap will be closed from Saturday 13 – Wednesday 17 April. During this period, clients can still contact our customer phones in both cities.

Khiri Travel Laos
The Laos office will be closed between Saturday 13 – Wednesday 17 April. The emergency phone will be on (+856 (0)20 55526840) and the Vientiane head office will be looking at emails from time to time for urgent matters.

Khiri Travel Myanmar
The Yangon office will be closed from Friday 12 April – Wednesday 17 April and will open again on Thursday 18 April at 08:30 am.
The Operations Department will be on call 24/7 during the festival:
Su Mon Latt:     +95 (0)9 4308 8652            (12th – 16th April)
Aye Phyo:         +95 (0)9 4202 19367          (16th – 21th April)
JP:                      +95 (0)9 4250 28175.

Khiri Travel Thailand
In Thailand, the Khiri Travel office will be operating with lower occupancy on Monday 15 and Tuesday 16 April and will be closed on Saturday 13 April.
You can reach them via +66 (0)2 968 68 28 or during after hours at +66 (0)89 810 0455.

Khiri Travel offices wish you a happy new year!

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