Start your Travel Business


KKday, Asia's leading travel experiences platform, is committed to promoting the digital transformation of Asian travel merchants with the official launch of "KKday Marketplace" in Southeast Asia. The move comes as the company expects international tourism to rebound in 2023, following a record-high global revenue in 2022. "KKday Marketplace" is designed to help local merchants develop e-commerce operations and expand the service capacity of international travelers while sharing KKday's global network traffic. The first wave of the campaign targets water and outdoor activities operators, offering early bird commission discounts. The goal is to reach 2,000 merchants worldwide in 2023 while expanding cross-border travel opportunities in the post-pandemic era......... read the full news

Taiwan's KKday revenue hits record high in 2022

2023.1.18 by TECHNODE GLOBAL 

KKday, a Taiwan-based travel and experiences platform, has on Wednesday announced record-high 2022 revenue growth of 100 percent year on year, surpassing pre-Covid levels........ read the full news

KKday bumps its Series C to 95 million as travel resumes

2022.7.14 by Techcrounch 

When travel plaform KKday raised the first part of its Series C in September 2020, the travel landscape was very different. No, as KKday announces that tits's added $20 million to the round, bringing its total to $95 million, travel trends are changing, with more people going on domestic or international trips. ....... read the full news

Travel startup KKday sees staff shortage in Asia's tourism revival

2022.5.2 by Nikkei Asia

TOKYO -- The head of Taiwan-based online travel startup KKday is urging Asia's tourism industry to prepare for a sharp rebound in demand after shrinking for two years, warning companies to avoid the kind of staff shortages overshadowing regions that have already opened their borders ....... read the full news

3 learnings from KKday CEO and Founder on how his travel startup overcame the pandemic

2021.1.29 by e27

I had the chance to closely observe how Ming Ming Chen, the founder and CEO of KKday, navigated one of the greatest crises in our time ....... read the full news

Taiwan's KKday Says Pandemic Boosted Domestic Travel Demand

Sep.29 -- Ming Chen, founder and chief executive officer of Taipei-based travel startup KKday, discusses how the coronavirus outbreak is affecting his business. KKday closed its latest $75 million funding round, helped by a pivot to domestic package tours after the Covid-19 pandemic devastated the global tourism industry this year. Chen speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia." 

Successful Suppliers

Join us right now! 

Introducing KKday APP for Travelers

Osaka Day Tour: Nara Park, Arashiyama, and Port of Kobe


KKday Getaway | Cebu Bootcamp