Petaling Jaya-based startup Adventoro Travel Technologies has come out of beta and announced the official launch of its online platform Adventoro, which aims to help thrill-seekers and travellers from anywhere in the world to discover and book adventure-based tours and activities in Malaysia.

Currently, Adventoro has listed more than 400 tours and activities located at various destinations, such as Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi Island, Sabah and Sarawak. The startup now plans to expand its listings to include tours and activities around Southeast Asia in early 2018.

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A mobile-friendly web platform, Adventoro features six categories of tours and activities: island, river and watersports; wildlife and jungle; culinary and gastronomy; caving and hiking; cultural and traditional; and sightseeing and attractions.

Adventoro caters to both individual travellers as well as groups such as companies that want to plan a trip for employees. Other than the listings, it also provides concierge service, so users can get in touch with its team for various reasons such as to make a special request for their trip and get more information.

Users have options to contact Adventoro via email, telephone, WhatsApp or a web-based live chat.

“Aside from Malaysia, people from America, Australia, Brazil, France, the United Kingdom or from anywhere can hop on at any time to look for a new adventure they would like to experience,” said Ken Lau, Founder and CEO of Adventoro. “We curate our listings and handpick tours and activities that fit into our niche of adventure. We are working to get our listings to be more than 500 in total for Malaysia by the end of this year.”

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“We aspire to grow Adventoro to become a leading go-to platform for adventure-based tours and activities in the diverse beautiful region of Southeast Asia. We start off with Malaysia and soon we want to bring on tours and activities around the region,” Lau added.