Agoda, one of the world’s fastest growing online travel agents (OTAs), reveals Bangkok, London and Las Vegas as the top city destinations among travelers across the world in 2018.
Agoda, one of the world’s fastest growing online travel agents (OTA), and Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Hajj and Umrah have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) supporting the Kingdom’s vision of 2030 goal to increase its capacity to over 30 million pilgrims by utilizing Agoda’s technology and travel expertise, marketing platform capabilities, intelligence tools and resources.
It’s no secret that 2018 is the year Vietnam officially went tea-mad, with milk tea vendors popping up on nearly every street corner and in every shopping mall.
While all hotels aim to help travelers escape from their daily grind, some take it to the next level by creating environments that fully immerse you in a concept, era or even a different world!
It’s uniquely Filipino to ask someone “Kumain ka na ba?” (“Have you eaten?”) instead of “How are you?” as Filipinos take food very seriously. Sharing meals is a way to show hospitality, and sampling famous dishes is an essential part of every Filipino’s travel itinerary.
More than 20 of Agoda’s Phuket-based team and some of its hotel partners recently took part in a volunteer project to help save endangered gibbons at the Gibbon Rehabilitation Project, as part of Agoda’s on-going grassroot corporate social responsibility initiatives.
Agoda, one of the world’s fastest-growing online booking platforms, today announced its partnership with LINE Travel, a leading online travel metasearch and media app. Under the agreement, Agoda will be the sole travel accommodation supplier for LINE Travel’s userbase in Taiwan.
Agoda, one of the fastest growing online travel agents (OTA) and part of Booking Holdings (Nasdaq:BKNG), today announced its partnership with JTB Corp., the largest travel network in Japan, to strengthen and expand online sales and distribution of Japanese accommodations.
Apart from being the capital of east Java province in Indonesia, Surabaya is also known as the “City of Heroes”, and National Heroes’ Day, or Hari Pahlawan, is celebrated every 10th of November to commemorate the heroic soldiers who died in the 1945 Battle of Surabaya against the Dutch.
School’s nearly out and the countdown begins for the final bell to ring.