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Wing Agents now making travelling easier

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Travellers can now buy tickets easily from any Wing Cash Xpress Agent or through the Wing Bank App after Wing Money teamed up with CamboTicket. SUPPLIED

Wing Agents now making travelling easier

With several public holidays on the horizon, bus tickets can now be purchased at any Wing Cash Xpress Agent.

Wing Money (Cambodia) Plc and CamboTicket have formed a strategic partnership to provide convenient access to local transport services. Available to all passengers in Cambodia, tickets can now be purchased directly from the nearest Wing Cash Xpress Agent.

“Whether visiting family in the provinces or escaping to Siem Reap for some sightseeing, this partnership ensures it is easy to book bus, taxi and ferry tickets to reach people’s favourite holiday destinations.

“The service is provided through our well-trained Wing Cash Xpress Agents and our highly respected partners at CamboTicket.

“Booking your bus tickets will no longer be a difficult task. You can either book through your Wing Bank App or walk across to your neighbourhood Wing Cash Xpress Agents and book tickets for buses, taxis and ferries at the agent.

“We really hope this partnership can contribute to a boost in domestic travel and also tourism as we recover from the pandemic,” said Manu Rajan, CEO of Wing Money.

Travellers can visit any nearby Wing Cash Xpress Agent to ask for information about destinations, prices, travel agencies and departure times. Customers can choose from Ekareach Express, Vireak Buntham Express, Saly VIP, Larryta Express and many others at the Wing Cash Xpress Agents.

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Travellers can now buy tickets easily from any Wing Cash Xpress Agent or through the Wing Bank App after Wing Money teamed up with CamboTicket. SUPPLIED

“The integration of CamboTicket’s high-end technology with the nationwide reach of our Wing Cash Xpress Agents will help passengers travel with greater ease, efficiency and convenience.

“Our agents are committed to serving every passenger reaching their destination, stress-free,” said Chheangsreng Srun, chief consumer business officer at Wing Money, who is in charge of sales and distribution.

Users of the Wing Bank app can also find CamboTicket on their smartphone under the “Transportation” function.

CamboTicket was established in 2015 and is now one of Cambodia’s leading online ticketing platforms.

It has since extended its presence to Vietnam, Thailand and Lao, covering important routes to Phnom Penh, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok, Pakse, Siem Reap, Sihanoukville, Kampot and Battambang.

Holidays are a time to rest, relax and enjoy time with family and friends. With Khmer New Year, King Norodom Sihamoni’s Birthday, Visak Bochea Day and many others to look forward to, visit the nearest Wing Cash Xpress Agent for travel ticketing needs.

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