Singapore-headquartered dining platform Chope has formed an integrated regional partnership with China’s Meituan-Dianping, which calls itself a “life service platform.”
Through the partnership, Chinese tourists will have access to Chope’s localized dining services via Meituan-Dianping’s global lifestyle channels. These channels facilitate millions of Chinese users’ dining needs through restaurant discovery and reservation-making.
“The integration will help match tourist dining demands to our network of over 4,000 restaurants regionally,” explains Arrif Ziaudeen, Chope’s founder and CEO.
A recent World Tourism Organization report revealed that Chinese tourism is booming in several Southeast Asian countries like Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, and Hong Kong. Chope operates in these markets.
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