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Bangkok stands to benefit from the Go City tourist app

After opening in Singapore and Hong Kong, the world’s largest multi-attraction pass supplier has added Bangkok to its list of new locales, which now includes Tokyo, Seoul, and Kuala Lumpur. And, with the recent return of travel following Thailand’s opening up, the company has decided to reintroduce its product to serve both locals and visitors. In the future, the business plans to advertise the Go City pass in more Thai cities. Thai travelers were the region’s fifth-largest market prior to the coronavirus outbreak, with the London Pass being the best-selling product. Go City also wants to promote lesser-known destinations so that tourists may get more out of their one, two, or three-day passes.

Go City, a global travel giant, has created a new tourism app in Bangkok that allows culture fans to visit more than 30 attractions for the price of one ticket. According to Go City CEO Jon Owen, the company’s business concept strives to deliver a single price for a package of attractions, experiences, and tours.

The London-based sightseeing tour firm spent roughly US$35 million in preparation for the resumption of international travel when pandemic restrictions were removed in order to assist operators in digitizing their ticketing services, with a focus on Thailand and the Asia-Pacific area.

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