EasyBook Announces Exciting New Facility of Booking Ferry Tickets in the ASEAN Region on Its Website
October 9th, 2015
When it comes to traveling, no matter which mode of transport, we all want to ensure that the booking process is simple and tickets are available almost instantly with us without the hassle of going to ticketing offices, standing in long queues and waiting long hours before finally getting our hands on the tickets we require.
Countering the problem of long and problematic booking procedures, EasyBook, the largest bus, train, car, tour and ferry ticket booking system in the ASEAN region, announces its exciting new facility of booking ferry tickets between places on its website at great prices.
Available with opportunities for exciting offers and promotions on EasyBook's website, the ferry tickets can be purchased for cities across the ASEAN region in countries including Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Taiwan, and Brunei amongst others, wherever the facilities are available.
The user-friendly portal and quick booking procedure ensures both convenience, as well as efficiency for users, cutting down on long procedures and queues to acquiring ferry tickets and making the website a one-stop-shop for all travel requirements. EasyBook makes things even easier for customers by accepting a variety of payment methods, including Debit and Credit Cards, net banking and more. What's more, EasyBook also has a mobile application service that ensures even quicker booking process and acquisition of tickets.
Additionally, EasyBook has in its booking network over 17000 bus routes in the ASEAN countries, as well as train routes, tour planning and much more. As for its ferry routes, tickets are available in all places that run ferry systems, whether it is Kuala Lampur to Singapore or Penang to Langkawi.
The booking procedure is simple and quick. The user only needs to search for the preferred ferry route, select the one that meets their requirements, and make the payment. Within minutes the tickets are in the user's hands.