StayList enters partnership with Luxstay

September 24, 2019
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StayList, a search service for vacation rentals in bulk, has developed a version of its platform in Vietnamese and Thai, as well as a the beginnings of a system collaboration with Vietnamese rental site, Luxstay.

When StayList first went live back in February, it was available in four languages: English, Japanese, Korean and traditional Chinese Mandarin. It primarily catered to travelers from Eastern Asia but it diversified its languages selection into South East Asia in April with the addition of Malay and Indonesian versions.

Meanwhile, in June, the platform began a system collaboration with Taiwanese accommodation booking site AsiaYo.

StayList has been trialing its Thai and Vietnamese versions since July in the hope that it will become accessible to more Asian travelers across the whole continent.

Meanwhile, Luxstay is a vacation rental site which aims to offer an abundance of high-class vacation rentals on the Vietnamese domestic market.

The collaboration will enable travelers to search for accommodation on Luxstay via StayList. The languages targeted for this moment in time are English and Vietnamese.

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