Travee is a CtoC matching service for travelers and locals who provides unique local get-around plans made by individuals who live in the city. Travee disrupt standard flow of booking tour activity. The aim of this company is to help travelers to explore cities like locals by achieving the concept of “local people ≒ tourism content”.

Introduction

In recent years, travelers seems to more keen on exploring a city like a local. To suffice the needs, traveling service for individual travelers are increased progressively. Last year, Viator, one of the largest online tours-and-activities booking agencies, has been acquired by TripAdvisor for $200 Million. Furthermore, Airbnb, a website for people to list, find, and rent lodging has also announced their new service of providing local tours to visitors.

Similarly to the previous services mentioned above, Travee aims to be a service of focusing and providing unique local experience and local people of Southeast Asia to individual travelers from around the world.

“After all, it is the local host who make the travelers smile”

TraveeMag is a website filled with interview articles of Travee local hosts and travelers done by the CEO of Travee Inc, Kenichi Ikeda himself. Through these interviews,…

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