Expedia Reports Strong Growth for Hotels in Indonesia

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Expedia has reported that the number of international bookings made on its global sites for travel to Indonesia has grown nearly 70% over the past twelve months, with the majority of the travelers coming from Australia, the US, and the UK.

The number of Indonesian hotels currently working with Expedia has also increased, growing nearly 50% during the same period of time.

Indonesia is growing in popularity as a destination among travelers worldwide, and Expedia is committed to helping our hotel partners get in front of these travelers, said Roman Kesseli, director of market management for Expedia, APAC. We have a team of people dedicated to helping hotels in Indonesia showcase their properties to our global audience of travelers, and were excited by the growth our partners are seeing.

Expedia plans to this month launch its low cost, commission-based Expedia Easy Manage (EEM) program in Indonesia, giving hotels more choice in how they can work with Expedia.

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