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Travel booking app supports Cebu’s bid to faster recovery

Ehda M. Dagooc - The Freeman

CEBU, Philippines —  Klook Philippines, an online in-destination service platform, commits to support Cebu’s active stance to achieve faster tourism recovery post-pandemic.

“To be an ally of local Cebu tourism is at the forefront of our goals and creating new products like the Cebu Attraction Pass is just one of the many digital innovations we will be introducing to the market,” said Michelle Cruz Ho, the of Klook Philippines.

According to Ho, despite the slump in tourism due to border restrictions, Klook is determined to continue its mission “to give Filipinos the best travel and leisure experiences.”

Prior to Covid-19 outbreak, Klook had partnerships with different tourism attraction destinations in Cebu, particular its engagements with communities in the off-the-beat destinations in Cebu province.

This time, the Hong Kong-based travel and tours app, is all the more strengthening move to help local tourism sites in Cebu, as the province is preparing for the surge of arrivals once the borders are fully open with many are getting their vaccination.

Since its entry to Cebu early 2019, more destinations in Cebu were included in its destination listings, including curated tour packages, in partnership with communities like in Oslob.

Among other Klook marketed Cebu tours are the usual Airpory transfer, Island Hopping, Nalusuan Island, Cebu Safari, Kawasan Falls, Oslob.

Some attractions in Bohol, as well as destinations in Dumaguete were also part of Klook’s list pre-pandemic.

Today, Klook, the world’s leading booking platform for attractions, tours, and activities is offering easier and more affordable access to three of Cebu’s top travel spots with the Cebu All Attraction Pass.

For just P1,799, pass holders can skip ticket lines and enjoy contactless entry to three of the biggest and most popular destinations in Cebu (Anjo World, Cebu Safari and Adventure Park, and Cebu Ocean Park), with savings of 18 percent from individual, published entrance fees. The pass is valid for use anytime until December 20, 2021.

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