Darren Watson.jpgDarren Watson, Executive Creative Director, Asia Pacific and Greater China at FITCH, is joining AdFest 2016 both as a speaker and to host a workshop called 'Explore the Rollercoaster of Emotions'.

On Wednesday 16th March at 12.15pm, Watson (pictured left) will host a session demonstrating how powerful human connections through experiences can bring people and brands closer together. He will also showcase successful experiences including Nike Rise, which harnessed the passion of a new generation of Chinese basketball players, to Merrell's use of Virtual Reality, and M&M's World Store in Shanghai, which turns a candy store into a theatrical experience.

"Emotions differentiate humans from other living things. They make us unpredictable, impulsive and endlessly interesting. They are part of what makes humans, human. Our emotions also make us an endlessly frustrating group of people for brands trying to stand out and connect. But it can be done - brands can use experiences to create emotional connections that are playful and thought-provoking and unlock the human element essential to success in physical and digital brand interactions," says Watson.
K.Aekk Chokchai.jpgOmnicom Media Group Thailand has appointed Chokchai Na Ranong as Head of Fuse - its branded content, sponsorship and ideation unit that works with clients within the network and its brands, OMD and PHD. In his new role, Ranong will be responsible for leading Fuse within OMD and PHD as well as strengthening the product through local initiatives.

Ranong (pictured left) joins Omnicom Media Group from GMM Grammy where he was the Managing Director for branding of music label called Frontage. With a career spanning over 14+ years across marketing, branding, media, PR and events, Chokchai has worked on the client side with Toyota Thailand as well as with agencies. Ranong is also well versed in the music, fashion and entertainment industry including celebrity management.
Dentsu JaymeSyfu Team.jpgDentsu JaymeSyfu Philippines has won lead and digital services for a total of thirteen brands for Unilever's Philippines' business. This is the first piece of business win for the agency under the new Dentsu umbrella.
With effect from the second quarter of 2016, Dentsu JaymeSyfu will handle the lead creative duties for the following brands homecare and personal care divisions: Creamsilk, Surf, Breeze, Domex, Sunlight, Cif, and the homecare portal Cleanipedia. Dentsu Digit led by Managing Director Carlo Ople, won the digital business for all the brands listed above and an additional six brands including: Master, Axe, Eskinol, Block and White, Selecta ice cream, and Magnum.
Singtel firecracker.jpgSingtel is livening up this Lunar Year New holiday by bringing back the fun of firecrackers - digitally - to Singaporean families. Together with Ogilvy & Mather, Singtel has created a one-of-a-kind mobile-enabled site, which simulates firecrackers, widely used in the past as an auspicious way to celebrate the festive season.

Once the highlight of Lunar New Year celebrations, firecrackers were banned alongside fireworks back in 1972 due to concerns over public safety. The Chinese believe that the tradition of lighting Chinese firecrackers drives away evil spirits and helps usher in prosperity.

"We're excited to bring this tradition back to Singaporeans. Thanks to technology, our elders get to re-experience the fun of firecrackers while the younger ones get their first taste of this tradition. Anyone with a smartphone can join in the party!" said Diana Chen, VP of Mobile Marketing, Consumer Singapore, Singtel.

Through the Singtel site anyone can access the digital firecracker for free, on their Chrome or Safari browsers on both Android and iOS smartphones.

Chris Riley, Chairman, Ogilvy & Mather Group Singapore, said, "In the digital age, when most Singaporeans have a smartphone, we wanted to use mobile technology to re-create the firecracker experience virtually but in the most vivid way possible.
warc logo.jpgWarc, the marketing intelligence service, has launched the Warc Prize for Social Strategy 2016, a global competition to find the best examples of social ideas that drive business results.
The Prize, now in its third year, looks for examples of social media marketing with a measurable business impact. It is free to enter, and open to clients and agencies in any discipline.

Warc is offering a Prize fund of US$10,000. There will be a $5,000 Grand Prix for the world's best social strategy case study, plus five $1,000 Special Awards (see below). There will also be Gold, Silver and Bronze awards for the highest-scoring cases.
Siddarth Surana & Antony Yiu.jpgMEC has named Siddharth Surana as Head of Digital, South and South East Asia and Antony Yiu as Head of Digital, North Asia.
Speaking on the appointments, Raj Gupta Chief Strategy Officer, APAC said, "At MEC, we have been helping our clients drive a seismic shifts in their understanding and use of digital and data to drive both their brand and business growth. This has meant an increasing focus on bringing more senior digital talent into MEC in the region. I believe that with Siddharth and Antony heading up this important area, we'll be able to accelerate our current success and create even better results for our clients in the region in the future."

Heineken India partners with Publicis Bangalore

Paritosh photo.jpgPublicis has won the Heineken India business after a three-way agency pitch. The agency takes over the business from Wieden + Kennedy and will partner the account out of their Bangalore office.

The brand has been steadily growing market share in the country with their promise to retain the "One World. One Heineken" brand ideology. What makes this win even more prestigious is that Heineken has stood for famous advertising in every market it is present in. Europe's No.1 brewer and the World's No.2 in value, Heineken is known for its iconic design and product experiences.

Speaking of the appointment, Nakul Chopra, CEO, South-Asia, Publicis Worldwide and Bobby Pawar, MD, South-Asia, Publicis Worldwide in a joint statement said, "Partnering an iconic brand like Heineken is a dream opportunity. We are honored to have been chosen. We look forward to collaborating with them to create world class engagement ideas."
SCOTT-LAMBERT-DEREK-GREEN.jpgAustralia - CB can reveal that Ogilvy & Mather Sydney has hired widely-experienced Scott Lambert as group creative director.

Lambert (far left) was most recently ECD at Innocean Worldwide Australia, where he has spent five years. Prior to joining Innocean as its inaugural CD, Lambert was the creative director of FCB Melbourne for nine years. He also spent nine years in Singapore honing his skills at both DDB and Batey Ads.
Evie Loo.jpgJack Morton Worldwide has appointed Evie Loo as Managing Director, China. Based in the agency's Shanghai office, Loo takes over the helm from outgoing Managing Director, Adam Charles. Charles leaves the role after a six year period with Jack Morton China.

Loo (pictured left) has over 20 years industry experience throughout Asia and has held leadership roles at Avantgarde, Dentsu and Young & Rubicam. In these roles, Loo has worked with many leading brands including Jaguar Land Rover, Porsche, Nike, BMW, HP, and DHL. She also brings client-side brand marketing leadership experience from her roles at Michelin, Iomega and MasterCard.

Loo takes on the role effective immediately and reports to Jack Morton's Vice Chairman and President, International, Julian Pullan.
Jo Stevenson.jpgOMD International has appointed Jo Stevenson as Head of Digital. In this regional role, Stevenson will work across key global accounts and be responsible for driving thought leadership and digital strategy. Working closely with account teams, Stevenson will play a key role in mapping digital initiatives for OMD International clients.

With over 10 years of experience on the agency side of the business, Stevenson joins OMD International from Dentsu Aegis Network's media investment arm, Amplifi, based out of London. While at Amplifi, Stevenson headed its Digital Display team for Vizeum's client portfolio of brands such as BMW/Mini, 20th Century Fox, Inbev and Panasonic and worked on strategy, planning and execution across all aspects of the digital ecosystem covering programmatic display, social, mobile, video and content/partnerships. Stevenson is credited with integrating programmatic with Amplifi's core digital planning function to ensure that programmatic sits firmly at the heart of all clients' media strategies.
BEN WELSH (1).jpgAdFest has announce that Ben Welsh, creative chairman of M&C Saatchi Asia, is joining this year's festival to present a session titled: "Innovation & Creativity - and why Asia is well placed to excel".

Welsh will kick off his session by explaining the success of 'Clever Buoy', a shark-detection device created for Optus by M&C Saatchi in Sydney, which has taken the world by storm. With two more innovations in production, Welsh believes agencies are now delving into new territory as innovators, not just creators.

Says Welsh: "I don't work in tech, nor venture capital, R&D or anything like that. I work in an advertising agency. So how come an advertising agency is rated one of Australia's most innovative companies? In my talk I will ponder the relationship between innovation and creativity, what they have in common and where they differ. I'll talk about the work we have been doing at M&C Saatchi to illustrate these points.
3366_SPCMyFamilyCanAwardBoardCAMPAIGNRGB (1).jpgThe 2015 Mobius Awards competition has selected 25 entries representing eight mediums as Best of Show-Grand Prix nominees including Leo Burnett Melbourne in the Direct category for SPC Ardmona #MyFamilyCan.

The Best of Show winners will be announced March 5 at an awards celebration at McCadden Place Studio, Hollywood Theater District, Los Angeles. Overall, the international competition had winners from 17 countries.

"My Family Can" is among three entries competing for Best of Show in Direct. Leo Burnett used a variety of approaches in the campaign on behalf of  SPC Ardmona, including a "#MyFamilyCan" social media campaign to raise awareness of having food labels include country of origin. SPC is Australia's largest fruit processing company.
Kate Smither Final Photo.jpgSaatchi & Saatchi Australia has announced the appointment of former M&C Saatchi's Kate Smither as its new chief strategy officer.

Smither is one of the world's most awarded strategists, recognised by all the major creative and effectiveness awards. Whilst global planning director at Ogilvy in London, her strategic leadership on Dove contributed to the success of the Dove Real Beauty Sketches campaign. The campaign won over 40 awards, including Cannes Titanium Grand Prix and Cannes Effectiveness Lions as well as the Grand Prix at the North American Effies.
RADIO.jpgSome people are religious, some people are not. For those who are not, they rarely mention God in life. But did you know that there is a moment when you'll mention "God" a lot, even when you're not a religious one? This is a radio spot by BBDO Indonesia to show a sex bold performance of an old man, from a young gorgeous woman's point of view.


Rubber Boy.jpgLeo Burnett Group Malaysia has released it's latest campaign for Petronas - a webfilm titled 'Rubber Boy' for Chinese New Year celebrations.

'Rubber Boy' revolves around the relationship between a mother and her son, capturing facets of their relationship. The webfilm brings forward a powerful message and that is - happiness lies in the blessings around you. While it may be easy to want what others have, we must remember that we each are blessed in our own way, and it is important to appreciate what we have.

Indian Navy.jpgThe Naval Fleet Review is a long-standing tradition followed by navies all over the world. It is a grand occasion where every operational ship is spruced up and proudly displayed as a colossal spectacle of naval might. Commonly known as the 'International Fleet Review' (IFR), it allows each nation the occasion to display its maritime capabilities and to build friendship and trust with other maritime nations.


Only 1 day left to enter 2016 Global Effie Awards

Screen Shot 2015-12-10 at 6.27.59 am-thumb-400x267-206246.jpgThis is the last chance to enter the 2016 Global Effie Awards.

The entry deadline is tomorrow, Friday, February 4.

The 2016 Global Effie Awards is now accepting entries in nine categories. Review entry resources, including category definitions and complete rules here.

Jeremy-Southern-NEW.jpgJeremy Southern, who has been ECD at Leo Burnett Vietnam since 2012, is set to join Ace Saatchi & Saatchi, Manila as executive creative director at the start of April, replacing Andrew Petch, who is leaving to pursue other opportunities.

At Leo's Southern (left) worked extensively across all the accounts and helped take the agency to three consecutive Campaign Asia Agency of the Year awards in 2013, 2014 and 2015. In addition, Leo Burnett Vietnam also won Campaign Asia Digital Agency of the Year 2014 and 2015.

Petch (below) joined Ace Saatchi & Saatchi in 2009. Andrew helped the agency achieve impressive gains including five Lions in Cannes 2013, Grand Lotus Roots Award at Adfest, Kidlat 2014 and 2012 Agency of the Year, 4As AOY 2013 Best in Creative, and Campaign Brief Asia Agency of the Year 2010 and recognitions from Clio, Spikes, One Show, D&AD, London International and AWARD.
Isobar.jpgUnilever's prestigious catering brand, Unilever Food Solutions (UFS) has been committed to delivering specialised food solutions to various restaurants in China since 1994. With more than five million catering businesses in China, it is a major challenge for UFS to penetrate the huge and saturated market and establish a leadership position in the industry.

OTW-header.jpgThe One Show is looking for the best creatives from copywriters to designers under 30 to submit their portfolios from across more than 6 disciplines. Winners will be invited and recognised at the 2016 One Show in New York City. Deadline for entries is Sunday, February 28, 2016.

**To be eligible for One To Watch you must be under 30 years of age on February 28, 2016. You need to be working in the industry either full time or as a freelance professional.

Fiji.jpgFiji 2.jpgIn conjunction with the launch of Fiji Airways' direct flights from Singapore to Fiji, Tourism Fiji launches its branding campaign, "Where Happiness Finds You" on Clear Channel's bus and taxi shelters.

The campaign uses stunning images of Fiji to inspire Singaporeans to put Fiji on top of their next travel getaways list. Through one of Clear Channel's latest formats; The Wrap, Tourism Fiji creates a visual treat (and impact) at 40 carefully selected bus or taxi shelters in the buzzling Central Business District and Orchard region, targeting mainly PMEBs who live, work or play in these prime and high-traffic locations.

This campaign runs on Clear Channel for 4 weeks, till 24 February 2016.

"We use our inventory smartly; always looking for ways to enliven the audience experience, to get consumers talking and to create advocacy for brands," said Kelly Khoo, Chief Executive Officer of Clear Channel Singapore.

David Rittenhouse .jpgOgilvy & Mather Japan has promoted David Rittenhouse to Representative Director of Neo@Ogilvy KK.

Rittenhouse (pictured) is a founding member of Neo@Ogilvy in NY, joining as one of the first employees when it was formed in 2006. He has successfully built up its business and in 2014 moved to Tokyo as Managing Director of Neo@Ogilvy. Since then, Rittenhouse has introduced a number of leading programmatic media, unique content sponsorships for publishers and other innovative ways to reach an audience that is increasingly using digital channels as primary channels.

Rittenhouse said, "I am thrilled to be in a new position to contribute to the growth and greatness of Ogilvy Japan's media discipline. As someone who has been with Neo since it was founded, I have never been more confident in our ability to do significant and valuable work for our clients. Neo means "new" reflecting our purpose to continuously improve digital marketing experiences. It is my responsibility to work with the other Ogilvy disciplines to ensure that nothing gets in the way of effective, creative media work for our clients."

Moth Projects signs director Nicholas Reynolds

reynolds.jpgDirector Nicholas Reynolds has joined the roster at Moth Projects.

Says Jonathan Samway, EP, Moth: "Nick and I have produced some brilliant work together over the years and I'm delighted to announce that today marks us joining forces again. I've always viewed Nick as an exceptional world-class comedy director and his reel is testament to that."

Reynolds' diverse International career has seen him helm projects for brands such as Molson and Coors Beer in Canada, Brother Computers UK and McDonalds and Virgin Mobile in France. In Australasia he's worked with Lion Nathan on its XXXX range, Commonwealth Bank, Nestle and with Ranfurly Lager in New Zealand.
McDonald's China.jpgTBWA\Shanghai has launched the 2016 Chinese New Year campaign for McDonald's China, capturing the true meaning of Chinese New Year with consumers; that what matters most is being united with the people you love, that "You are My CNY".

Every Chinese New Year, millions of Chinese people head home, an often arduous and lengthy journey. This year's campaign tells the story of a Ronald McDonald toy as he joins other travellers on his long journey home. The camera follows 'Little Ronald' along the way, and shows how despite the obstacles, he overcomes all, determined to get home and reunite with those he loves. At the end, Little Ronald gets back to his home at McDonald's, to 'his CNY'.

Tony Hertz (1).jpgAdFest has announced that Tony Hertz is returning to Thailand this year to host his renowned workshop: Radio 4 Art Directors Beyond the Comfort Zone.

The session is a two-hour version of the acclaimed creative workshop that Hertz has conducted in 42 countries. It features a unique approach to radio, which helps creatives push their boundaries and break out of the ordinary, while at the same time using skills they already have. These skills are equally applicable to podcasts and digital media audio.

Says Hertz: "There was no Radio Grand Prix at AdFest in 2014 or 2015. There were also no Gold Lotuses awarded in 2015, and no awards in nine categories. Agencies are more awards-conscious than ever before, and radio is still a significant advertising medium, so why is this the case?
Asiya Bakht.jpgAs part of its strategy to adopt a Havas Village model, Havas, has promoted Asiya Bakht to the group's Director of Marketing & Communications for Asia Pacific.

Havas Village is a client centric organisation that brings all disciplines and teams in the agency - creative, media and digital - under one roof and is the foundation of group's collaborative culture. The Village mode aims to simplify the agency's offering for clients  by aligning resources, production, analytics and insights across divisions thus driving greater efficiency and effectiveness.

The move follows the consolidation of marketing communications function in other key markets in Asia Pacific such as Australia, China, India and the Philippines.

In her newly defined role Bakht (pictured) will be responsible for driving marketing and communications for all creative, media and specialist brands of Havas Asia, which include the flagship brands Havas Worldwide and Havas Media.
Axis.jpgAxis Bank, amongst the top three private sector banks in the country when it comes to offering solutions for business enterprises, has launched its new campaign on "holistic business banking solutions".

Mobile penetration in India is at its best with the number of users expected to exceed 200 million users by 2016. This shift has augured well for banks and financial institutions, who are making every attempt to simplify the lives of consumers via mobile. Mobile technology for banking transactions has been gaining popularity in India. With the rapid growth in users and expansion in coverage of mobile phone networks, this platform has been recognized as an increasingly important medium to reach the end users.

L1022271.jpgL1022262.jpgIn conjunction with the year of the curious monkey, GOVT Kuala Lumpur have designed a simple Ang Pow for Sunway Le Cordon Bleu, a culinary arts school.

This simple giveaway was created with the Lou Hei in mind. Using the chopstick to clip the money in place, GOVT created a simple interaction with the audience that allowed them to symbolically pull the "Yee Sang" to represent prosperity, and also retrieve the money within to literally enjoy their newfound wealth.

Credits -
ECD: Casey Loh
Creative Group Head: Didi Pirinyuang
Sr. Art Director: T.W. Chang
Digital Copywriter: Nikki Fok
Head of Business: Syed Nasir
Sr. Account Exec: Kelsey Loke

Vikkrant.jpgIndian auto major, Bajaj Auto, is all set to revolutionise the commuter bike segment with the launch of its new bike, Bajaj V. It is unlike any other bike available in the market. For it is forged from the invincible metal of India's war hero, INS Vikrant. The bike is a reminder of the warrior spirit of India's first aircraft carrier after it was decommissioned.

For decades together, Bajaj Auto has been the pioneers in the two-wheeler category. And Bajaj V is touted to be the auto giant's biggest ever launch in the last decade.

Headshot-thumb-300x200-181384.jpgEach week Bestads picks the very best advertising in the world, in every medium - which is reviewed by a top creative director or team to select their own personal favourites.

This week's guest judge is Eric Quennoy, executive creative director, Wieden Kennedy, Amsterdam.

As a piece of pure provocation, I really liked #WomenNotObjects the most. It packs a powerful, hard-hitting message, and it does so with a perfect balance of humour and intelligence that's all too rare. Well done. READ MORE...
Kevin Walsh_Jan2016.jpgCarat Asia Pacific has promoted media veteran Kevin Walsh to Managing Director, a newly-created role.

In his new role, Walsh (pictured left) will be responsible for driving and ensuring excellence in client service and product delivery for all clients. Prior to this, Walsh was Chief Digital Officer at Carat Asia Pacific, where he spearheaded successful integrated and innovative digital solutions that helped clients achieve their business objectives.

Walsh has over 20 years of experience in the media industry - of which 15 were specialised in digital. Prior to Carat, he held various senior leadership roles such as Executive Media Director NetX in Australia, Managing Director at Neo@Ogilvy in both Sydney and Melbourne as well as Managing Director at iProspect Australia and subsequently, Asia Pacific.
Susana Tsui.jpgGlobal marketing consulting firm, R3 has named PHD as the number one agency in China, New Zealand and Asia Pacific for new business in 2015. The recently released report tracks over 7,000 new business wins across six continents - more than any other source.

In 2015 PHD scooped international business from world leading brands such as such as Unilever's global search business, GSK's global media business, SC Johnson's global communications planning and subsequently the win for global buying, as well as regional and local market wins for Ferrero, Unilever and Bayer amongst others. Concluding one of the largest media reviews, Unilever moved its business in Australia from Mindshare to PHD in late 2015 while PHD retained the business in New Zealand, mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

PHD also had a remarkable run of local wins over the past 12 months, like Bayer, Bausch & Lomb, Hitachi, Far East Organization, and Carnival Cruises to name a few.
Linda_Lee.jpgMediaCom Japan has appointed Linda Lee as Managing Director, taking over from Hemen Desai who has returned to his native India. With over 25 years of industry experience, Lee (pictured left) joins The Content + Connections Agency from GroupM sister agency, Mindshare Japan.

2015 was a very successful year for MediaCom Japan, welcoming several new clients including brands from Coca Cola, Tempur, Bose and Bayer, and finishing the year as Agency of the Year.

Mark Heap, CEO MediaCom APAC said of Lee's appointment, "MediaCom Japan had their best year in 2015, resulting in our team being awarded Japan's Agency of the Year. For personal reasons, Hemen Desai has decided to return to India. I'd like to thank him for his leadership and contribution and would like to also wish him every success in the future.

Now it's time for a new chapter for MediaCom Japan and with Linda, we have someone with a fabulous reputation for being able to nurture talent, deliver world class work and gain the confidence of senior clients."
NakedUtePackSHot[2] (1).jpgAustralia: It is tough, it is structurally and technologically one of the best, its engineering is second to none, it has now been proven on the roughest terrain by the toughest of critics and it was naked. No one knew what badge it bore.
Over the past week Australians have been asked to 'Guess the Naked Ute' via a teaser campaign via DDB Sydney, on television, social and online, with more than 100,000 ute lovers voting in an online poll.

Richard Fraser.jpgRichard Fraser is joining the line-up of speakers at AdFest 2016, presenting a session called "Fuelling Intelligent Creative".

As Regional Managing Director for the Proximity Worldwide Network in Asia, Middle East and Africa, Fraser is one of five members of the Proximity Worldwide Executive Committee, who are responsible for the Network's development globally.

Based in Singapore, he has worked in many markets including the US, China and New Zealand, which has helped to shape his unique perspective as a marketing professional.

For Proximity, 'Creative Intelligence' is the sum of the powerfully symbiotic relationship between Creativity, Data and Technology. So what is the secret to creating Creatively Intelligent work?

"For today's Creators, the answer increasingly lies in data. It is data that is igniting bigger ideas, more powerful insights, richer brand experiences, and more innovative product designs," says Fraser.
The Social Team.jpgJ. Walter Thompson and Mirum Singapore have launched The Social Team, a new social media offering that provides clients access to digital, analytics, content, strategy and creative expertise across both agencies through one specialized team.

"This is all about creating synergies for our clients. We've got social media expertise on both our agencies, we've got a tier-one content production unit at JWT, a market-leading digital and social analytics team at Mirum - it made sense, from the client's point of view, to bring together a 'best of' team to deliver the social media strategy and content they need," said Nanda Ivens, Asia Pacific CEO of Mirum.
Guy Winston.jpgToday Ogilvy & Mather Myanmar has named industry veteran Guy Winston as Executive Creative Director to develop and lead creative standards in the country.

Andy Annett, Managing Director of Today O&M Myanmar commented, "We are very lucky to have someone of Guy's reputation and experience joining us and I can't wait to work alongside him. There is great potential in Myanmar and Today Ogilvy is leading the development of the industry here. Guy will put us on the international creative map, not just for our agency but for the country as a whole. I have no doubt he will raise standards across the board and be a great mentor to the new generation of Myanmar creative."
Pioneer.jpgAs part of its ongoing Pioneer Generation Package campaign, the Pioneer Generation Taskforce launched a Lunar New Year short film as a tribute to Pioneers this festive season.

From the first day of launch last week the film has had an overwhelming response - more than 9,800 shares on Facebook and over a million views and counting. More importantly, the film has touched many lives, and engaged people in thought and conversation.

Charles Cadell & David Guerrero.jpgThe Asia Pacific Tambuli Awards has named Charles Cadell (pictured left), Asia Pacific President, McCann Worldgroup as Chairman of the Overall Executive Jury, and David Guerrero (right), Chairman & Chief Creative Officer, BBDO Guerrero, as Jury President of the Creative Executive Jury.

"It is an honour to lead the Jury in Tambuli's 10th Anniversary year. Over the last decade, the APAC Tambuli Awards has championed the excellent results that come from great work derived off the platform of Human Good. Today, this platform is globally accepted as a critical piece of the marketing communication mix for all Clients as their customers demand their preferred brands play a socially responsible role in the world. The work coming from Asia Pacific in this field is regarded as world class - and I look forward to seeing more in 2016," said Cadell.
Sumo.jpgIn Hakuhodo Indonesia's campaign it's even more easier and faster to book your holidays through tiket.com. Tiket.com is an online service that provides hotels and airline bookings.





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