We have a special scheme to encourage and reward travel during the holy month of Ramadan in Indonesia. As part of our commitment to supporting travel during this important time, it is offering gold bar and cash prizes to those staying in OYO properties from March 10 to April 20, 2023.
The program, called “OPOR” or “OYO Promo Ramadan” is designed to encourage individuals and families to travel during the month of Ramadan and experience the unique cultural and spiritual aspects of this time. The scheme is valid from March 10 to April 20, 2023.
There will be 20 winners in this program who will be selected on the basis of the number of days they have stayed in OYO properties during the contest period.
Travelers who book their stay with us will be automatically entered into a draw to win a gold bar or OYO cash prizes. A gold bar will be given to the top three guests for booking their stay in our properties for 12 days or more during the contest period. There will be another category of 17 guests who will be given OYO cash prizes for staying in our properties. A total of six guests will receive an OYO cash reward of IDR 75,000 each for staying in OYO properties for more than five days or more, five guests will receive IDR 1,00,000 each; four guests will receive IDR 1,25,000 each and two guests will receive IDR 1,50,000 each for staying in OYO properties for minimum of six, eight and ten days respectively.
To avail this discount, guests can download the OYO App, click on the red ‘Nearby’ icon to discover a valid participating hotel and complete the booking after applying coupon code ‘OYORAMADAN’ and hitting the Book Now button. They can also resolve their queries quickly with OYO’s 24*7 chatbot – Yo! Chat.
There are more than 2500 live and exclusive properties across 180 cities across Indonesia covered under this scheme. Major cities included in the scheme include Jakarta, Bandung, Medan, Palembang, Semarang, Magelang and Yogyakarta.
Speaking on the special Ramadan scheme, Hendro Tan, Country Operations Head, OYO Indonesia said “Ramadan is a time for spiritual reflection and renewal, and travel can be a meaningful way to connect with one’s faith. The initiative is expected to encourage more people to travel during Ramadan, which is traditionally a time for introspection, prayer, and spending time with family and loved ones. We hope it will encourage guests to embark on a journey that is not only spiritually fulfilling but also potentially rewarding.”
Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting, is widely observed in Indonesia, which is the world’s largest Muslim-majority country. The country has a rich cultural and religious heritage, and its unique blend of local customs and Islamic traditions make Ramadan in Indonesia a truly special experience.