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Oktatabyebye.com, India’s online travel community site, to be launched soon

31-March-2007
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Oktatabyebye.com, India’s online travel community site, to be launched soon

Oktatabyebye.com, an online travel community site, is set to be launched on April 2. Presented from the same stable as that of Makemytrip.com, this community provides the best places for any travel enthusiast to share travel experiences, get insights about new places, give reviews and unbiased travel advice about travel in India.

Oktatabyebye’s community of travel enthusiasts will have the benefit of getting personalised and informative experiences than the ones that currently exist online.

Sachin Bhatia, Co-Founder, Oktatabyebye, said, “We started the site as a non-transactional one. We tested the site for three months. The site’s members can find, create and share their personal travelogues; recommendations on hotels and places to stay; food and places to eat, and more. Members can also highlight and save favourite and relevant content, as also rate, tag and comment on other people’s experiences on the site.”

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