Traveloka is presenting the International Travel Fair as part of Traveloka's commitment to providing convenience for users in planning and realizing their travel and lifestyle aspirations, both for domestic and international travel.
Bangkok, Thailand - Traveloka, Southeast Asia's lifestyle superapp with over 100 million downloads, launched its 'International Travel Fair' in Thailand. It is the company's first and biggest International Travel Fair after countries reopening, offering customers the best deals. Taking place from 25-31 May 2022, Traveloka is set to unveil special deals of up to 60% off on a range of travel and lifestyle products all in one app with more than 13 million partners in international countries of Traveloka's partners participating in this signature campaign.
Traveloka Thailand Country Manager, Panicha Thananaken said, "This is the first campaign to boost international travel after the successful recovery of domestic tourism in the past few months. Traveloka has played an active role in supporting domestic travel and tourism through several marketing campaigns such as EPIC Sales, Year-End Sales and National Travel Day: Songkran Sale. With massive vaccine distributions and more countries reopening, the relatively quick recovery is allowing us to take part in reviving the international tourism industry by introducing new products, features, and initiatives."
Traveloka is presenting the International Travel Fair as part of Traveloka's commitment to providing convenience for users in planning and realizing their travel and lifestyle aspirations, both for domestic and international travel. It is one of Traveloka's manifestations to bring further advanced technology to cater to the diverse needs of users in terms of their travel and lifestyles.
Based on a recent Traveloka customer survey, there are some positive signals of the recovery underway regarding the increase in international travel demand as over 70% of the Thai population has received at least two doses of a vaccine and there are increasing numbers of Thais who created travel plans in the next three months. With the gradual recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and relaxation of restrictions, more and more countries have reopened their borders internationally and this is in correlation with Thailand, which are planning to remove the Thailand Pass registration system for Thai citizens from 1 June 2022 onwards.
The top international destinations that Thais plan to visit are Singapore, South Korea, and Cambodia together with recreational activities. They are searching for and planning to travel by plane, stay in a hotel, and visit an attraction.
Traveloka is conducting International Travel Fairs across SEA countries to establish new benchmarks in sales innovations to support our valued airlines, hotels, and lifestyle partners with their business recovery and to be in line with the government's agenda in boosting international travel tourism in Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, and the Philippines.