One site to make all your travel plans

YOUR next holiday with Mayflower is now just a click away with its newly launched digital travel platform.

Developed to be user-friendly and packed with enticing offers, offers travellers the convenience of finding good deals, booking their holidays along with accommodation from anywhere and at any time.

Currently, features access to more than 80 airlines besides connecting to over 5,000 destinations, 380,000 hotels and more than 2,000 holiday packages across the globe.

Also, the platform offers professional travel agents and tour operators the capability of securing the best deals while making travel arrangements for their clients.

On top of that, it has its own dedicated team to manage customers’ enquiries via online or telephone.

Speaking at the launch in Kuala Lumpur, Mayflower Group chief executive officer Chin Ten Hoy said had enjoyed a rapidly increasing following since going live in June.

“We started by offering only flight tickets and accommodations. Then we expanded our service to include ground packages, entrance tickets and tour activities.

“Moving forward, the platform will expand its services further by including airport transfer, cruises and rail passes even as it continues to offer more special-interest packages such as golf and dive vacations,” he said.

In conjunction with the launch, customers have the chance to win lucrative prizes worth a total of RM288,888 through the Buy, Travel and Win contest which ends on March 31.

All they need to do is make travel plans via and stand a chance to win prizes including a Renault Captur as the grand prize, besides flight tickets and stays at five-star hotels.

Mayflower Holidays Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Warisan TC Holdings Bhd, has been in the tourism industry since 1960 and is now a household brand in the country offering quality and diverse travel-related products to individuals and corporations.

Chin said Mayflower Holidays’ strategic pivot towards the digital platform was timely and practical, given its long-established presence in this industry as well as its extensive network of tour operators, agents and business partners across the globe.

“More and more travellers are utilising the Internet or e-commerce platforms to make travel arrangements and Mayflower is well-attuned to these changes.

“We are embracing digital technology in the form of to drive future growth and solidify the recognition of the brand on a global scale.

“We envision this platform to enable the Mayflower brand to stay ahead on the digital trend and become a web destination of choice for travellers,” he said, adding that the platform aimed to contribute about 50% of Mayflower Holidays’ total revenue after three years.

To enhance customers’ experience, Mayflower chief technology officer Cheah Kwan Cheong said Mayflower planned to roll out its mobile application early next year.

“This will allow customers to manage their travel bookings in one application without the hassle of engaging with multiple platforms both online and offline,” said Cheah.

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