Tuesday, June 14, 2022 4:10 PM MYT
This membership highlights Traveloka’s commitment to the implementation of sustainable tourism.
SINGAPORE – Media OutReach – June 14, 2022 – Traveloka, the super app for living in Southeast Asia, announced today that it has officially joined the global network of the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC) as a member. This membership is part of Traveloka’s strategic efforts to preserve the environment, which highlights the company’s commitment to the implementation of sustainable tourism by participating in and contributing to efforts to promote sustainable development in various sectors of the global travel and tourism industry.
Traveloka started from humble beginnings as a one-stop travel technology solution platform catering to the needs of Indonesians and has since grown into a super-app for living in Southeast Asia, providing its services to six other markets in the region. This includes transportation booking services such as flights, buses, trains, car rentals and airport transfers, as well as access to a large number of accommodation facilities throughout the region, not limited to hotels, apartments, guest houses, homestays, resorts. and villas. making Traveloka a comprehensive platform with the widest selection of accommodation options and packages.
With a large customer base in Southeast Asia, the Traveloka super app has been downloaded over 100 million times and has over 40 million monthly active users as of January 2022. As a technology company with a strong presence in the travel sector, Traveloka understands the importance of educating stakeholders in the industry, including its partners and users, about the importance of environmental sustainability and social responsibility. One of his latest initiatives includes assisting the Indonesian government’s plans for the sustainable development of domestic tourism by planting 40,000 seedlings along the coastline of Buleleng Regency in northern Bali.
As a member of the GSTC, Traveloka plans to support the GSTC’s mission to promote sustainable tourism standards in the hospitality sector in Southeast Asia.
“With the reopening of borders and the easing of restrictions, tourism will resume its role as a key economic engine after a two-year hiatus. own personal principles; and it is important that businesses prioritize sustainable tourism with a commitment to conserve nature and use natural resources responsibly,” said Alfan Hendro, COO of Traveloka. “Traveloka will continue to play a strategic role in supporting the environmental agenda wherever we operate. We believe that our partnership with GSTC will enable us to effectively promote the principles and practices of sustainable tourism in the hospitality industry in Southeast Asia and beyond.”
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