Klook and Kayak announce expanded partnership

Wednesday, 10 May, 2022 0

Tours and activities e-commerce platform Klook has announced an expanded integration with travel search engine KAYAK

It says it gives users one of the largest inventories of things-to-do across the Asia-Pacific region.

Users will get access to a wider range of attractions and experiences with over 490,000 activities in over 1,000 destinations on KAYAK’s Things-to-Do vertical.

“We’re excited to be expanding our integration with Klook which will enable KAYAK users to have greater access to an extended variety of attractions and experiences,” said Elia San Martin, VP & GM of APAC, KAYAK.

Since the integration of Car Rentals last year, KAYAK users have access to Klook’s car rental coverage that spans over 9,000 destinations.

As part of the enhanced integration, both companies may conduct co-marketing initiatives offering travel deals across the Asia Pacific region.


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