Thailand Traveler Innovative Online Booking System by Going Networks Travel

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Bangkok, Thailand. March, 7. 2005. A new innovative web-based hotel booking system will set new industry standards according to its pioneers, Going Networks Travel Co., Ltd. (Thailand).

The first version of Thailand Traveler is now online at the related URL address: It is the only Hotel booking system available on the Internet which allows a customer to create a personalized Hotel Plan for a Holiday in Thailand with multiple Hotels & Resorts choice at seasonal rates. A customer can start its virtual Hotel Plan by choosing among a multitude of Hotels & Resorts and according to his/her Travel Plan in Thailand. All featured Hotels can be selected by grading and room category, by discounted rates or picking up one or more of the hundreds seasonal promotions valid the whole year around.

It is like a "Treasure Hunt"! Thailand Traveler's Hotel booking system offers a range of diversified promotions targeting different kind of customers, Early Birds (advanced bookings), Single or Senior Travelers, Honeymoon and Wedding Anniversary Travels, Family or Business Travelers. Everyone can find a suitable promotion and be "instantly" rewarded with a discount on the published Hotel rates. All promotions (special offers) can be accumulated and the Hotel booking systems provides an "Instant Quotation" which displays the real discount and the Hotel Plan cost details to the customers.

All bookings placed through the web are immediately sent over the Internet to Going Networks Travel. Online customers are then registered and receive and immediate Email notification with a unique booking ID number which will be used to simplify any further communication during the traditional Hotel booking process.

Going Networks Travel and Going Networks Asia are presently working with the aim to expand the project of Thailand Traveler Hotel booking system to other countries in South East Asia, then it will be possible to make an instant Hotel Plan involving various countries in the Asia Pacific Region.

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