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Klook marks second birthday in PH with a new home, more earth-shaking deals

Filipinos have been bitten by the travel bug, thanks to more affordable fares, lesser visa restrictions, and the game-changing offerings of Klook, a world-leading travel activities and services booking platform that has revolutionized travel.

Klook marks second birthday in PH with a new home, more earth-shaking deals

Whether it’s to discover the temples of Japan, the night markets of Taipei, the amusement parks in Singapore and Hong Kong, or just about anywhere else that travelers’ desires take them, Klook has allowed tourists to go on hassle-free vacations with its packages that cover just about everything that travelers need – be it airport transfers, tours, WiFi services, and everything else that matters.

As it marks its second birthday in the Philippines, Klook has lined up amazing plans to outdo itself and bring even better travel deals and experiences to those eagerly planning their next trip.

Klook finds its new home in Manila

Embodying its commitment to serve the Philippine market, Klook has invested in a new home in Metro Manila. Located at The Curve at Bonifacio Global City, the chic office takes design cues from local Filipino heritage, with wooden rattan accents, vibrant wall murals, and hints of local culture in its 500 sqm space. The beautifully-designed interior and overall construction created by Fadz Construction Inc. provided Klook employees with an ideal work environment that would allow their rapidly growing team of young professionals to function optimally and create more exciting offerings for Filipino travelers.

Be part of their young and growing team

Anticipating increased demand from travelers, Klook is aggressively hiring highly motivated and agile professionals who can help the company grow its user and merchant base in the Philippines. As more Filipinos discover the joys of traveling, Klook looks forward to offering more deals that would make their vacations hassle-free, affordable, and memorable.

Indulge in out of this world deals, promos, and activities

Among the things to look forward to is the upcoming Klook Travel Fest 2019 on September 7 - 8, 2019 at the World Trade Center. The first and only mobile-led travel festival in the country is now on its third run. Even bigger and better, Klook Travel Fest 2019 promises out-of-this-world deals, merging travel and entertainment that will surely make your booking experience a fun moment to remember!

Travelers can look forward to huge discounts on popular attractions like Hong Kong Disneyland and Universal Studios Japan while learning insider tips from travel icons and rocking out to live music during the 2-day travel fest —all free of charge. For even more excitement, there will be giveaways galore, such as free flights, luggage sets, cars, travel accessories, and the like.

Klook will also offer fabulous birthday deals, such as buy two, take one deal, and a VVIP Monsta X concert with tickets priced at Php 12,500.

The Klook Travel Fest goes to Cebu

To ensure that no one gets left out, Klook is also taking its Travel Fest to Cebu on September 7-8, with two simultaneous events to meet the needs of travelers in the Visayan provinces.

Travelers no longer have to travel to Metro Manila to get the same exciting deals that people rave about.

Klook marks second birthday in PH with a new home, more earth-shaking deals

“We’re glad to know that Klook has been warmly received by many Filipinos travelling both locally and to other destinations around the world. With the travel market growing quickly, Klook will definitely expand its presence and offerings in the Philippines as we evolve together with traveler’s needs and continue to provide value-laden, one-of-a-kind deals that people will enjoy,” said Michelle Cruz, Market Lead of Klook Philippines.

Topics: Klook Philippines , Klook Travel Fest , Michelle Cruz , travel
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