Traveloka Gives a Safe and Affordable Option to Balik Kampung

Traveloka travel superapp launches ‘Raya Sana-Sini’ to offer Malaysians the opportunity to plan their best Aidilfitri yet by enabling a safe, seamless and affordable trip as the country looks forward to lively celebrations after two years of lockdown and movement restrictions.

“As one of the leading travel superapps in the country, we see it as our duty to enable all Malaysians to take advantage of the upcoming festivities, after being separated from family and friends for more than two years. Hari Raya is one of the most celebrated occasions in Malaysia, and we hope that through our superapp, we can help Malaysians create the best memories with their friends and loved ones,” Country Manager, Angelica Chan said.

“With Diana Danielle as their brand ambassador, the travel superapp is empowering all those who are travelling domestically and internationally to balik kampung like Diana Danielle – the ability to customise a travel plan that suits our consumers’ specific needs and requirements with options from transportation, accomodation and experiences for the whole famlily.”

Traveloka is registered with the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MOTAC), bookings made through the superapp will be qualified for tax exemptions.

Traveloka Malaysia also celebrated Ramadan this year by hosting a meet and greet with their brand ambassador, Diana Danielle. The event was hosted in collaboration with InterContinental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, which welcomes guests back as it relaunches its popular buffet, following the relaxing of COVID-19 restrictions.

“This is especially important for those with big families and families with young children and elderly parents. The flexibility in schedule, facilities and price will truly make a memorable trip. In addition, by using the Duit Raya coupon code TVLKRAYA550, we were entitled to a further discount of up to RM120,” the star was quoted as saying.

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