Klook and Tiqets have teamed up to connect their supply channels, offering consumers a greater selection of museum and attraction-related experiences.
The partnership will give suppliers of both brands greater visibility and exposure in each company’s key markets, while customers can now use both platforms to seamlessly book an expanded range of experiences available. It also means that museums, attractions and tour operators working with Tiqets and Klook can significantly increase their reach.
Tiqets is recognised for its strong reach in Europe and North America, while Klook is big in Asia-Pacific.
Tiqets president & founder Luuc Elzinga said: “Through this partnership, our network of more than 4,000 of the best museums, attractions and tour operators that provide guided tours at these museums will benefit from greater visibility in the (Asia-Pacific) market, and Tiqets will benefit from new supply that Klook already has connected.”
Both companies have made a remarkable comeback after the two-year global pandemic, with Tiqets seeing a 220 per cent surge in bookings in Europe and the UK alone over summer. Similarly, Klook has seen outbound bookings grow eleven times in the same period compared to earlier in the year.
With the end-of-year holiday season on the horizon and the partnership underway, an increase in bookings is expected.
Wilfred Fan, chief commercial officer, Klook shared: “Klook has gone from strength to strength during the pandemic, and we’ve quadrupled the number of activities on our platform over the last two years in anticipation of travel recovery. We will continue to work closely with our merchants to accelerate their recovery and reach even more customers around the world.”