On the heels of Grab declaring its super app ambitions covering the travel vertical, Go-Jek has partnered Indonesian OTA Tiket.com to launch Go-Travel.
Go-Jek will be able to book hotel rooms ton Go-Travel, but not flights or train tickets.
Currently, Go-Pay isn’t available as a payment option on Go-Travel.
Considered to be Traveloka’s immediate competition in Indonesia, Tiket.com reemerged as a travel booking frontrunner after being acquired by GDP Venture through e-commerce platform Blibli in 2017. Blibli and Tiket.com are both owned by Indonesia’s Djarum Group.
Aside from Go-Travel, recent news also said that Go-Jek is developing a Go-Mall feature on its apps, likely to include Blibli as one of its merchants.