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Indonesia's Traveloka eyes sustainability demand as tourists return

Online booking unicorn seeks 'quality' partnerships for wider ASEAN market share

Traveloka President Caesar Indra says interest is growing in sustainable tourism. (Photo by Tsubasa Suruga) 

JAKARTA/SINGAPORE -- Traveloka, Indonesia's leading online travel booking site, will roll out more sustainable travel options for users this year, the company's president told Nikkei Asia, as the tech unicorn aims to expand its share in Southeast Asia's growing market. 

"We want to present the most comprehensive selection but also high quality," Caesar Indra said in a recent interview. "We've been committing and playing more role[s] towards the sustainable tourism objective in Southeast Asia." 

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