Opening Times For Our Travel Shops During SE Asia New Years

The New Year holidays run 14-16 April in Laos and 13-15 April in Thailand and Cambodia. During this time we would advise it best to pre-book any accommodation and transport at least 48 hours in advance (if you are not already travelling on the bus).

Thailand

The Stray Bangkok Shop’s opening hours are:

12th April: 8am – 12pm
13th April:  closed
14th April:  closed
15th April: 8am – 12pm

Laos

The Stray Luang Prabang Shop and Office hours will be:

Monday, 14 April: 8am – 12pm
Tuesday, 15 April: Closed
Wednesday, 16 April: Closed

Cambodia

The Stray Travel Shops in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh will be closed on 13, 14 and 15 April for the Khmer New Year.

 

As always, please contact us at [email protected] if you have any questions or concerns.

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