The travel tech platform LokaLocal is offering virtual tours with 360-degree interactive experiences so future visitors may catch the gist of various Malaysian destinations.

As tourism players find a way to stay afloat, travel tech platform LokaLocal is using virtual reality technology to transform the way people discover destinations in Malaysia. Its virtual tours provide 360-degree interactive experiences to inspire globetrotters to visit Malaysia when travel restrictions are lifted.

Integrated with stories, videos, audio and other elements, these virtual tours help the public learn more about the country’s beauty from any device, wherever they are in the world. Chin Yoon Khen, CEO of LokaLocal explained: “We’re empowering businesses who want to take their stories and marketing message to a new dimension. Going virtual facilitates content discovery for venues and activities while boosting engagement and providing real value. This virtual reality solution also extends beyond tourism, as it can pave the way for any sector looking to innovate their digital experience, including real estate, e-shopping malls, and theme park attractions.”

Currently, the platform creates virtual tours for hotels, resorts, property developers, museums, e-commerce, educational institutions, and travel attractions. The customized virtual experiences can be integrated with their booking system and used to run guided online tours and manage leads.

1586640133_99468-1-1024x683Since the commencement of the platform’s virtual reality division, the Mah Meri Cultural Village now has a virtual tour so visitors can have a glimpse of the indigenous heritage center. Virtual tours have also enabled hotels like The Edison George Town and KLoe Hotel to showcase the unique features of the leisure spaces.

Among others, the company has worked with property developers like Gamuda to present their real estate offerings at Rymba Gardens, as well as luxury ateliers like Timeless Design to complement their online platform. This digital initiative aims to build the foundation for recovery amidst the slow rebound of tourism in Malaysia.

Source: Destination-review