TOKYO -- The travel industry isn't what it used to be. Budget airlines and websites like Expedia and Booking.com are disrupting old-fashioned agencies. Airbnb and other home-sharing services are giving hotels a run for their money. But these companies are only beginning to answer globe-trotters' most important question: what to do once they've reached their destination.
Taiwanese startup KKday is looking to beat the big players at this new game. Its app connects tourists with thousands of locally-run activities, whether it's skiing lessons in South Korea or swimming with whale sharks in the Philippines.
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