After Grab, Gojek’s next to enter travel vertical with Tiket.com partnership

Gojek users will be able to make hotel bookings

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.

Gojek users will be able to make hotel bookings

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.

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