Put on your detective hat and get ready to join in on the fun at the Klook Travel Hunt. If you’re planning for upcoming holiday trips then this is the place to be!

This month, Klook, the world’s leading travel activities and booking platform, is taking over Tokyo Street in Pavilion KL. All Malaysians are invited to scan, hunt and win at Klook first-ever hunt.

Klook Travel Hunt

Throughout the 3 weeks, weekly clues to QR codes (which can be found on Klook’s event page) will be planted around Pavilion KL. Mark your calendars, cause these clues will be unveiled on 10th, 17th and 24th June at 10am.

Participants who succeed in scanning the code will receive a voucher pack with up to 50% off Klook and Pavilion KL stores. Pretty simple right? Each week, a winner will also get to walk away with RM300 Klook credits. There is also a grand prize of a trip for 2 to Tokyo!

The details to the Klook Travel Hunt are as follows:

  • Dates: 10th June – 30th June 2019
  • Location: Tokyo Street, Pavilion KL
  • Opening hours: 10am – 10pm

To find out more on the Klook Travel Hunt, visit www.klooktravelhunt.com.

Klook’s 3-Day event

However, the biggest highlight will be happening during the last 3 days (from 28th till 30th June 2019). Besides experiencing a slice of Japan at Tokyo Street with exciting games and installations, visitors can enjoy more freebies and discount deals. They include:

  • Happy hour Buy 1 Free 1 deals to popular theme parks such as Universal Studios Japan.
  • Prizes worth up to RM10,000 will be up for grabs
  • Exclusive discounts when you book selected Japan activities and passes (E.g.: JR Pass, Osaka Amazing Pass, etc.)

Klook provides travellers a seamless way to discover and book attractions, tours, local transportation, best foods, and unique experiences around the world on its website and award-winning app.

Follow the Klook x Tokyo Street 3-Day event page for more updates!

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