New tourism website launches in Thailand

Thailand March 16, 2017 15:45

By THE NATION

Taiwan-based online tourism website KKday has finally arrived in Thailand and offers a wide range of individual tour programmes that allow customers to design their own route and activities.



Taiwan-based online tourism website KKday has finally arrived in Thailand and offers a wide range of individual tour programmes that allow customers to design their own route and activities.

To ensure a flexible service, the website provides more than 6,000 itineraries that can be divided into 25 different categories and take travellers to explore 174 cities in 54 countries. Thailand is the newest kid in the KKday family and targets young travellers who are looking for fun activities and memorable sightseeing trips on holiday.

The website meets the demands of digital-era lifestyles by making it easy for customers to check local events and festivals, read reviews and book their own tour in a few clicks.

“Thais are renowned for their warm welcome to tourists visiting their country and this openness extends to a genuine interest in other cultures and a love of travel. Asia is home to some spectacular cities and I envisage that KKday members in Thailand will want to soak up the atmosphere and truly experience holiday breaks in Taiwan, Korea and Japan. Among the popular vacation destinations for Thais are Taipei, Seoul and Tokyo. KKday is an online travel experience platform that can fill a gap in a market and fits the Thais lifestyle,” says Ming Chen, chief executive officer.

In Thailand, KKday has partnered with Dtac Rewards, Eatigo, Tourkrub, Show DC (Lotte) and Nokscoot, so customers can take advantage of special discounts and services.

To celebrate its launch, the website invites customers to join #KKvacay campaign and get the chance to win a holiday in Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore or Taiwan.

Find out more at www.KKDay.com.