Below are the products we’ve used during our travels—airport services, tourist attraction tickets, tour packages, etc. Either you’re looking for a budget or luxury rooms, you’re in the right place. Find the best deals by booking through these websites.
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We’ve used Booking.com for a long time and very satisfied with their service. The extensive choices for accommodations are fantastic, especially in Europe. No booking fees and you can also book an airport transfer for hassle-free at your destination.
If you are familiar with their loyalty program called Genius, you’ll get some benefits. Meaning, if you have made at least five bookings in the last two years, which you completed staying, you get a Genius 1. The benefits of Genius give you a 10% discount that has been specially made visible to Genius members. To enjoy the benefits, you must sign-up at booking.com, to make things easier for you.
If you have used Booking.com for a long time like we do, and booked lots of hotels with them, you get a Genius 2 with more benefits.
With Genius two, not only you get a 10% discount, but you also can enjoy early check-in or late check-out. Sometimes you get a bottle of champagne in the room – it isn’t too bad at all. You get rewarded as a loyal customer.
Agoda is my favorite hotel booking website when traveling to Asia. They have a massive selection of accommodations throughout the Asian continent. To satisfy the customers, Agoda has a different loyalty program from Booking.com. However, you need to sign-up to get the benefits.
You can easily earn AgodaCash after completed your stay. A quick and easy way to reward you with real savings, but calculated on the room price. The more you book, the more you earn. You can reuse the AgodaCash on your next booking within three months, as it’ll expire afterward.
The VIP Program allows you to take part in properties offering exclusive discounts to Agoda VIP customers. Become a VIP – the process is just the same as booking.com. You must-have five bookings on Agoda the past two years and are less inclined canceling reservations.
The new loyalty program is the Points Max where you earn rewards on the individual stays at a property, but I’m not familiar with it, I’m only using the VIP at the moment.
Probably not everyone is familiar with Klook, and it was also new for me. I was searching for entry tickets and stumble upon their website, although they established in Hong Kong but operated 100 countries worldwide.
Discounted entry tickets, transport, tours, package option, etc. are very tempting and nowhere to find cheaper than Klook. I’m sure using them more in the future.