New App Bussr Makes Traveling A Breeze In Southeast Asia

new app bussr makes traveling a breeze in southeast asia

Suramadu Bridge, the longest bridge In Indonesia is in Surabaya.


Offering a wealth of natural attractions and vast cultural diversity, it’s no surprise that Southeast Asia is one of the world’s top tourist destinations. With more than 17,000 islands, including Sumatra, Java, parts of Borneo and New Guinea, there’s a wealth to explore and navigate. In 2019 (according to Statista), the Southeast Asian region welcomed around 139 million international tourists. However, the diversity of the region with its numerous languages, currencies and infrastructures has long made travel a daunting prospect for visitors. Also, with around 8.5 percent of the world’s total population living in Southeast Asia, tourists must compete with a lot of locals when moving around. The means of booking transportation has lagged behind and has been in dire need of modernization. That appears to be finally happening, with digitization making transportation a lot more convenient and efficient. The creation of a number of new mobile apps, including Grab (the “Asian Uber”), has certainly simplified taxi travel and made it more efficient, safer and less expensive…

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