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It's never too late or too early to plan a holiday.Petra Hapsari 26 July 2017 14:00
PT Kereta Api Indonesia (KAI) will hold its first “KAI Travel Fair” on July 29 to 30, 2017 at Jakarta Convention Center (JCC), offering discounted tickets for users of rail services.
“Through this event, we give a chance for people to travel using trains in the next three months with various options of price,” said KAI Main Director Edi Sukmoro today. “PT KAI gives you a chance to hunt tickets with special price for executive class train with up to 72 percent discount for all travel routes.”
The travel fair will be opened from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. this weekend.
State-Owned Enterprises Minister Rini Soemarni, Tourism Minister Arief Yahya and Transportation Minister Budi Karya will officially start the event on July 29.
“By paying Rp 10,000 for an entry ticket, which later can be exchanged with free food and drink, visitors can enjoy many things in this event," Eddy continued.
Besides getting discounted tickets, there will be special offer from KAI’s partners such as cash back from banks like Mandiri, BNI, BTN, and BRI; special discount for products at Sarinah booth; special price from official train tickets seller company partners including Traveloka, Ticket.com, Indomaret, AlfaMart and KA Wisata; various discount from Indonesia Group Hotel, Santika Hotel and Santika Premiere, Amaris and tourism destination such as The Jungleland and Kidzania.
There will also be other bazaars with special price from Samsonite, Travel Experia and many others.
The subsidiaries of PT KAI will also be displayed to educate people about them, starting from PT KCJ (Kereta Api Commuterine), PT Railink (Airport Train), PT Kereta Api Wisata, PT Reska, PT Kereta Api Logistik (KALOG) to PT Kereta Api Properti Manajemen (KAPM) with various promotions and products.
PT KAI provides more than 600,000 special tickets with special price.
“Let’s make the most of the first KATF to hunt executive KA tickets with special price. We hope through this event there will be more people who can enjoy traveling with train," Edi added.