I'd never really paid attention to Lao Airlines until the moment I planned for my December holiday last year, partly due to the fact that there aren't many advertisements of the airline in Singapore. How long ago did you have a meal box onboard, or have you ever had one before?
Prior to the flight, the last time I received a meal box at 30,000 feet above the sea level was onboard one of the domestic flights within the Indonesian archipelago many years ago. Let's see what was offered onboard the flight from Luang Prabang, Laos to Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Crab Sticks Sandwich - Taste: 7/10
I found the white bread to be adequately fluffy and more importantly, not dry. The shredded crab sticks were mixed well with cabbages, carrots, onions and mayonnaise.
Pandan Roll Cake - Taste: 7/10
The roll cake was decent with an appropriate level of sweetness. While it could definitely be more aromatic, I was glad that it didn't have too much cream in it.
The papaya and two slices of apple could be juicier, but they were sweet enough.
I only requested for a cup of tea, which turned out to be moderately strong. I borrowed my BFF's orange soda to take the picture above.
Ambience: 7/10Service: 7/10
The flight attendants were kinda taciturn, but eager to serve with a smile. Pika's advice: To have a taste of the full meal service, you may want to consider flying a longer route, e.g. from Vientiane, Laos to Seoul, Korea.
Economy Class Cabin
*No separate price given as meals are included in the ticket price.
Have a nice meal,