With all eyes this week focused on Japan ahead of the F1 Grand Prix, World Mobi has seized the opportunity to launch its latest city guide.
While Sebastian Vettel has taken the initiative at Suzuka – clocking the fastest time during the first practice session – Tokyo.Mobi is set to lead the world away from the track.
The latest in a series of comprehensive guides, Tokyo.Mobi offers visitors access to everything they could need to know when visiting this most cosmopolitan of destinations – from up-to-the-minute listings on destinations including restaurants and museums, to weather forecasts and a currency converter.
World Mobi offers the most comprehensive mobile travel guides available, with over 800 cities in 200 countries listed. Each is developed by the World Mobi team to combine into a single global travel directory.
However, each city retains its own mobile identity via a dedicated domain.
Sebastian Vettel leads the way in Japan
Tokyo.Mobi is just the latest in this illustrious line up, offering click to call functionality – which means no scribbling down telephone numbers.
Most entries are also linked to websites where users can quickly access more detailed information if needed.
World Travel Awards
The launch comes at an exciting time for Japan, with several of its leading tourism operators preparing to compete at the World Travel Awards later this month in Delhi.
Representatives from Hotel Nikko Annupuri, Phoenix Seagaia Resort and The Windsor Hotel Toya Resort & Spa – all of whom are nominated in the Japan’s Leading Resort category – will be heading to India, alongside leaders from Kawana Hotel, Phoenix Seagaia Resort, The Windsor Hotel Toya Resort & Spa, who will battle out for the title of Japan’s Leading Golf Resort.
The fiercely competitive award for Japan’s Leading Business Hotel category will also welcome guests from Conrad Tokyo, Grand Hyatt Tokyo, Swissotel Nankai Osaka, The Ritz-Carlton Osaka and The Strings by InterContinental Tokyo.
The WTA Asia & Australasia Gala Ceremony will take place at The Claridges Surajkund, located in Delhi, India on October 14th.