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Bookme partners with Walled city of Lahore to promote tourism


Walled city of Lahore authority signs agreement with Bookme.pk as an official online ticketing partner to provide a hassle-free digital experience for tourist to conveniently purchase online tickets through Bookme.pk in Lahore. This partnership supports government agenda of promoting tourism in Pakistan.

Talking on the occasion CEO, Bookme.pk – Mr. Faizan Aslam, said “Lahore has been one of the most favorite travelling destination for local and International tourist recently NY Times picks Lahore as one of the ‘top places to visit in 2021’. Bookme is proud to promote tourism in heart of Pakistan alongwith WCLA. This partnership will boosts tourist experience through smooth and seamless traveling transactions. bookme.pk has a portfolio of over 4.6 million+ customer base our aim is to ensure contactless and secure digital services.”

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Representing walled city of Lahore authority, Director General,  Mr. Kamran Lashari said “We’re addressing the fast-evolving needs of today’s digital citizens. This partnership aims to establish a convenient and hassle-free digital ticket purchasing experience for WCLA tours and events in Lahore with a digital one-click solution for everything. Our people deserve safe and friction-free online interactions and Bookme has developed a customer-centered platform which is fit for their needs.”

Bookme.pk is Pakistan’s leading e-ticketing platform with over 4.6 million customers in the transportation and entertainment industry. In terms of digital transactions, it is also among the largest e-commerce platforms in the country.

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It is completely cashless and is already integrated with major payment platforms in Pakistan including JazzCash and Easypaisa to ensure a seamless checkout experience for end-users. Bookme.pk, the largest online service provider in Pakistan with up to 50+ bus service providers, 200+ airlines and 1500+ hotels.

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