KKday

Holiday expert site opens Manila branch
By Earl D.C. Bracamonte

Travel itinerary site, kkday.com, launched their platform through a Media Day event, simply dubbed "Trip Talks," at the Amorsolo Place in Rockwell, Makati.


"Traveling before meant following a strict schedule to the dot, always on the run. Today, all that has changed. KKday offers a new chapter in e-commerce travel. Our aim is to be Asia's largest platform for tours and activities. We link travelers directly to the service providers and suppliers. We take care of transportation and transfers, tours and activities, local experiences, local cuisine tasting, hands-on courses, as well as tickets and vouchers. From an initial staff of 25, we have now grown to over 200 in offices all over the world," shared regional executive director for Southeast Asia, Jim Chang.

KKday has already established offices across Asia: Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Korea, Japan, Vietnam, and Thailand. Now, they have launched in the Philippines and are definitely going to change the way Pinoys travel.

"Last year, 170,000 Filipinos flew from Manila to Taipei, marking an increase of 23.89 per cent when compared to the previous year. The good news is, there will be no more visa requirements for Filipinos traveling to Taiwan. We will therefore increase the 4,800/week seats to 25,000/week," enthused Nick Ni, economic division director of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office.

When you go abroad, every minute is precious, and the people behind KKday knows that. That is why this travel itinerary Web site based in Taiwan has quickly become essential when preparing for a trip out of the country. Creating one's itinerary with KKday allows travelers to take control of their time, so as to maximize every second of every journey to the fullest while also getting the best possible deals. With over 6,000 tours and activities from all cross the globe to choose from, travelers from all walks of life are bound to find something on the site that matches their wants and/or needs.


"Your voyage starts when you book it and not when you board your flight. Recently, we've launched our Hawaii route, adding to our existing 165 destinations in 125 countries. Also, we fly to Taiwan daily," intoned AirAsia commercial head Gerard Penaflor.

The partnership between KKday and Philippines AirAsia could not have been more perfect as both brands share the same principles in ensuring satisfaction with each trip that their customers purchase with pocket-friendly rates.

"We are ecstatic with the support Philippines AirAsia has given us. We both share the same ideals of building up the Filipino travel culture by enabling everyone to experience both local and overseas touring. Both of our brands want to make the travel experiences in Asia as accessible as possible for Filipinos," said country manager Joey Yusingco.

"KKday would gladly send Pinoys to all places in the world. We learn through traveling, thus our frequently updated Web site content. Our company is present in ten markets as we want to promote world tourism and become the Uber of travel. We are a big business but we will give you personalized service.

"We will showcase who we are as a Filipino people. It's an amazing time of globalization with the influx of technology; connecting people and making life easier," he added.

For the best deals on tours and other attractions, from 53 countries around the world, simply visit www.kkday.com and discover what journey awaits you!

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