‘Inside Planet,’ a Hong Kong / Macao Travel App That Lets Users Make Reservations for Ferries to Macao, has Launched

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‘Inside Planet,’ a mobile travel guidebook for Hong Kong and Macao, now offers reservations for Hong Kong – Macao ferry tickets.

Leafmill (CEO Kim Tae-yeon), which services ‘Inside Planet,’ has announced that users can use the app to purchase tickets for Turbojet Ferry, the fastest way of traveling from Hong Kong to Macao, from anywhere at discounted prices.

It’s easy to purchase tickets – users can simply enter their desired date and point of departure on ‘Inside Planet.’ It’s also possible to use filter to check for departures within a desired time frame, and make reservations.

'Inside Planet’ also allows users to reserve tickets for tourist attractions and for activities in Hong Kong and Macao. In the past, many tourists would purchase tickets for these types of activities in Korea so that they could get discounts, which meant that sometimes the tickets would go to waste if there was bad weather or a forced change in schedule. But ‘Inside Planet’ allows tourists to purchase discounted activity tickets in real time, once they know the local weather and their travel schedule, offering a much more convenient experience.

‘Inside Planet’ offers one-stop services for all the needs of travelers to Hong Kong and Macao. It can serve as a guidebook to everything from planning your trip to making reservations and finding directions. It includes basic information such as weather, traffic and exchange rates, as well as useful information like travel tips, comments, and checklists. It also offers a community function so that users can communicate with travel experts to prepare the perfect trip. ‘Inside Planet’ is currently available as a free download in the Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store.

Download app
iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/kr/app/id1089528907?mt=8
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.leafmill.insideplanet

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