The online platform helps people from anywhere in the world book adventure-based tours and activities.
Online travel agencies are sniffing, and hoteliers need to step up or lose the race for the digital traveller.
Easybook.com Pte Ltd, a Singapore-based company that operates what it claims is the largest land, sea travel and tours booking website in South-East Asia, is believed to be in the final stages of closing a Series A round worth US$3 million.
HotelQuickly Ltd cofounder and CEO Tomas Laboutka remains unfazed, but not complacent either, by the entry of bigger rivals into the last-minute hotel booking space.
A new era of travel is upon us and we can expect more automation and intelligence in our trip planning, powered by digital technologies such as SMAC and Code Halos, writes Cognizant vice president Debasis Basu.
Traditional advertisers and travel-related businesses should develop a coherent digital strategy that would allow them to tap into a changing trend in how leisure and business travellers make choices when they travel, says search giant Google.
TableApp is not just a restaurant booking app, but is fuelled by social media to help users remember and celebrate special occasions; its cofounder Benson Chang speaks to DNA about how the idea came about and the challenges his team has and continues to face.
HotelQuickly has secured US$1.15 million in Series A funding, with the injection to be channeled toward further expansion within the region and to accelerate product development.
In its inaugural index researching global travel trends, whose results were released recently, AsiaRooms.com said that Asia had the highest proportion of respondents having gone online to book for leisure and business accommodation at 70.3%.