Privacy Policy

As your preferred online Travel Marketplace, Tripcetera values the information that our partners and customers share with us. We commit to protect that information and ensure that such is only used for relevant purposes, the primary purpose of which is for enhancing your experience and enjoyment of our hosting platform and travel booking facilities.

By using the Tripcetera hosting platform and booking service, transacting at our website, using our e-Voucher system, visiting or using the Tripcetera sister websites, you agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy. Please review this Privacy Policy carefully before transacting with us, using our hosting and booking system, visiting or using our website, or otherwise providing us with any of your personal data. Unless you opt-out and instruct us otherwise, we do and will continue to retain and share the User/Host/Guest/Partner data that we collect from you with other Tripcetera subsidiaries, partners and affiliates, including those outside of Singapore, as permitted under applicable local laws and the Singapore Personal Data Protection Act (“PDPA”).

Tripcetera collects relevant User/Host/Guest/Partner data from you in order to provide you with a safe, smooth, efficient and customised experience with our platform. The collection and processing of your data enables Tripcetera to provide services and products that are most likely to meet your needs and requirements.

This Privacy Policy outlines Tripcetera’s policy and responsibility in relation to the collection, processing and disclosure of your data. This document describes Tripcetera’s general policy and also addresses Customer/Guest/Host/Partner data issues specific to usage of the Tripcetera website and related mobile services facility.



    The types of information that Tripcetera collects depends on the circumstances of collection and on the nature of the service requested or transaction undertaken. There are two broad categories of Personal Data that we collect at Tripcetera:

    Personal Data which is personal information that links back to an individual e.g., name, address, phone number and email address; passport details, national ID number, etc.; and

    Statistical Data e.g., number of bookings transacted, number of guests booked, hits to website, quantity of vouchers purchased, etc. This is stored purely for analytical purposes, and is entirely anonymous. This information will not be stored to your personal record, and will only be aggregated for statistical analysis so that we can better understand Tripcetera customer profile and improve our service offerings.


    Generally, Tripcetera collects Personal Data in order to fulfil the following purposes:

    Providing services to you such as processing a transaction e.g. making a booking, e-Ticketing, e-Voucher generation, providing booking related alert messages through our on-line and mobile services facility, internet check-in, registering for Tripcetera membership (Host/Guest accounts)

    Marketing and communicating with you in relation to products and services offered by Tripcetera, our affiliates and service partners, as well as our appointed agents; and safety, security, statutory and legal compliance.

    Processing and Disclosure
    Tripcetera may process and disclose your Personal Data, as applicable, to third parties, such as our Guests, Hosts, accommodation partners and transportation service providers or travel-related businesses, partners, terminal and airport/seaport management, security personnel and other carriers for the purpose of processing your travel arrangements. Tripcetera shall use its best endeavours to ensure that its employees, officers, agents, consultants, contractors and such other third parties mentioned above who are involved in the collection, processing and disclosure of Personal Data will observe and adhere to the terms of this Privacy Policy.

    Tripcetera may disclose your Personal Data to law enforcement agencies and government for security, customs and immigration purposes. For example, Tripcetera and other carriers are required by laws in Singapore and other countries to provide Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) with access to your booking information or trip itinerary. Accordingly, relevant Personal Data (known as Passenger Name Record (PNR) or Advance Passenger Information (API)) may be disclosed to the appropriate customs and immigration authorities as required by law. Please be informed that the initial recipients of such information may share your PNR and API data with other government agencies or enforcement authorities.

    In addition, Tripcetera may disclose Personal Data to our lawyers and legal advisors for establishing, exercising or defending our legal rights, or as otherwise authorised or required by law. Tripcetera will also reserve the right to share your Personal Data as is necessary to prevent a threat to the life, health or security of an individual or a corporate entity. Furthermore, Tripcetera may disclose Personal Data, as is necessary, to investigate suspected unlawful activities including but not limited to fraud, intellectual property infringement or privacy.


    Tripcetera Head Office is based in Singapore. Personal Data may be transmitted to data storage facilities where we keep our central records. Your Personal Data is transferred for Tripcetera to perform our contract with you. The Personal Data may also be transferred to our offices and appointed agents in other countries in connection with our performance of the contract with you.


    Generally, in the course of Tripcetera performing service functions such as making accommodation or transportation bookings, transmitting booking messages or accepting other arrangements, Personal Data will, by nature of the task or transaction, be provided by our Users/Guests/Hosts and partners to Tripcetera. In such instances, consent will necessarily be implied from the users of the platform that they are agreeable to providing Personal Data in order for Tripcetera to provide the requested or necessary service and/or product to them. However, where required by law, Tripcetera will adopt an ‘opt-in' policy for attaining customer consent, in which event, express written consent will be sought from you when collecting your Personal Data e.g., signing a form or checking a box.

    In addition, you are able to withdraw your express consent at any time by contacting Tripcetera or amending your Personal Data by logging on to your website account. (Note: this service only applies on-line Hosts, Guests and customers who have registered a membership accounts through our website).

    Tripcetera will not seek consent for Statistical Data as this is not linked to a personal record.


    Upon logging in to your system account, Tripcetera allows you to view and update your stored Personal Data. We reserve the right to charge a reasonable administrative fee for this service if transacted via our sales counters. In exceptional circumstances, Tripcetera reserves the right to deny you access to your Personal Data and may provide an explanation as required by applicable laws.

    Exceptional circumstances include where:

    1. an investigating authority or government institution objects to Tripcetera complying with a customer’s request,
    2. the information may, in the exercise of Tripcetera reasonable discretion and/or assessment, affect the life or security of an individual, and
    3. data is collected in connection with an investigation of a breach of contract, suspicion of fraudulent activities or contravention of law.


    Tripcetera will retain your Personal Data for as long as it is necessary to fulfil the purpose for which it was collected, or as required by relevant laws.

    If you have ceased to be a User/Host/Guest/Partner of Tripcetera and have cancelled your account or membership, Tripcetera will not send you marketing materials or share your personal data with unrelated third parties. However, Tripcetera may still retain your records and use your information for legal and/or business purposes, including for compliance with the PDPA or other laws.

    If you do not want your personal data to be shared among affiliates or partners of Tripcetera, you may opt-out of such information sharing by sending us the appropriate withdrawal of consent form in the following link: PDPA-Consent-Withdrawal-From.pdf Please note that if you withdraw your consent for a limited purpose, such as for marketing, we may still contact you or use your information for other purposes for which you have not withdrawn your consent and such personal data may still be shared, as permitted under the PDPA and other applicable law. If you do not wish to receive any further information from us regarding Tripcetera products, offers, promotions or special events via email, you may unsubscribe by clicking the unsubscribe link included in our email correspondence.


    Tripcetera needs your assistance to ensure that your Personal Data is current, complete and accurate. As such, please inform Tripcetera of changes to your Personal Data by contacting Tripcetera and submitting your updated particulars to Tripcetera in writing. If you are a member or a registered website user, you may log onto your website account. Tripcetera may also request Personal Data updates from you from time to time. As detailed in Section 2 above under the “Processing and Disclosure” sub-section, your booking information or trip itinerary may be disclosed to the appropriate customs and immigration authorities as required by law. As such, it is important to ensure that the Personal Data contained in your booking information or trip itinerary should also be current, complete and accurate.


    Tripcetera takes the security and protection of your Personal Data very seriously. As such, Tripcetera uses procedural and technical safeguards to protect your Personal Data against loss or theft as well as unauthorised access and undue disclosure.

    As an example of a procedural safeguard, Tripcetera has implemented various authentication procedures internally and with our external service providers that will involve Tripcetera requesting various personal particulars from you in order to verify your identity (or that of your duly authorised agent) before Tripcetera process your request for a particular service, product or transaction.

    Examples of technical safeguards include encryption, “firewalls” and Secure Socket Layer (SSL). Further details of these technical safeguards for Personal Data collected through our websites and our mobile services facility are set out at the next section below.

    If, however, you do not take reasonable care to ensure the continued confidentiality and accuracy of your Personal Data, Tripcetera will not be liable for any consequential misuse and/or fraud.


    Tripcetera reserves the right to amend or change this Privacy Policy from time to time and the updated versions will be posted on our website and date stamped so that you are aware of when the Privacy Policy was last updated. If we make material changes to the Privacy Policy, we will post any changes on this page. We encourage you to review this page periodically to understand our policy regarding the collection and use of your personal data.

    Subject to applicable laws, the prevailing language of the Privacy Policy will be English. In the event of any inconsistency in interpretation between the English version and any translation of the Privacy Policy, this Privacy Policy statement in English will prevail.

    Your continued use of our website and acceptance of our services at Tripcetera after any changes to this Privacy Policy constitutes your consent to any such changes; to the extent such consent is not otherwise provided.



    Tripcetera takes the protection of your Personal Data on our website and through our mobile services facility very seriously. All Personal Data collected through our websites, e.g., and through our mobile services facilities are protected by a secure server. In addition, data encryption ensures secure transmission of data from the internet to our systems. For example, when you transmit sensitive information such as credit card details through our website, such information will be automatically converted into codes before being securely dispatched over the internet. To further secure the integrity of your internet transactions on our websites, Tripcetera also employs relevant software programs to monitor network traffic with a view to identifying unauthorised attempts to upload or change Personal Data, perpetuate fraudulent or illegal activities or otherwise cause damage. If such monitoring reveals evidence of possible abuse or criminal activities, such evidence may be provided to appropriate law enforcement authorities or agencies.

    To give you secure access to our online services, arising from your utilisation of our mobile services facility, and your membership account, you can register with us, and we will give you a membership number/ User ID with a PIN that is unique and personal to you. You should not share your membership number/User ID or PIN, and should always log off once you have finished your session on the websites as well as take the recommended precautions that ensure the safe and secure provision of our mobile services facility. As an additional security feature, Tripcetera has implemented a time stamp showing the time you have been on our websites and the last time you logged out. If you detect any anomalies you should inform Tripcetera immediately. Tripcetera has also provided a lock out feature in the event you fail to log in successfully after a number of attempts. Also, if you leave our Website idle for a period of time, we will give you a ‘warning' dialogue box giving you the option to end your session.


    Most websites like ours use cookies to enhance your online experience. Cookies are alphanumeric identifiers that are transferred to your computer's hard drive from your web browser to recognise your preferences and to tailor content to you. The cookies do not contain your Personal Data (unless you specifically chose our “Remember Me” feature) but only Statistical Data which is entirely anonymous. Please refer to your browsers documentation to check if cookies have been enabled on your computer or to request not to receive cookies.

    Information and procedures regarding cookie handling are provided by the respective browsers documentation within the browser itself by clicking on ‘help' and performing a search on ‘cookies'.


    In order to improve your online experience, Tripcetera may track online behaviour or clickstream data to advance your use of our web pages and track referrals from other websites. Such data will not be stored to your customer record, and will only be aggregated for statistical analysis.


    Tripcetera provides you with links to other websites for your convenience and information. Whilst Tripcetera will protect your Personal Data on Tripcetera websites, Tripcetera cannot control the policies of other sites we may link to, or the use of any Personal Data you may share with them. Please note that Tripcetera Privacy Policy does not cover these other websites, and Tripcetera would recommend that you are apprised of their specific policies.


    Tripcetera cannot distinguish the age of persons who access and use its websites. If a minor (according to applicable laws) has provided Tripcetera with Personal Data without parental or guardian consent, the parent or guardian should contact Tripcetera to remove the relevant Personal Data and unsubscribe them


    As a mechanism for continuous quality improvement, Tripcetera provides a platform for Guests and Hosts to share and receive testimonials and comments regarding their experiences on their booking, stay and/or travel. We may publish such information from time to time at our sole discretion. By submitting such testimonials and comments, you allow us to publish such content. Please note that any Personal Data, Property Data, or other information you submit though our website can be read, collected or utilized by visitors and users of this site and you could receive unsolicited emails. We are not responsible for the Personal Data, Property Data or other information which you decide to allow for testimonials.


    Tripcetera takes reasonable and best practices to protect and to prevent unauthorized access to your data. However, we are not responsible for the acts of those who gain unauthorized access, and we make no warranty, express or implied, that we will prevent unauthorized access to your private information.

    We shall not be liable for any damages, be it consequential, direct, incidental, indirect, punitive, or otherwise – in connection with a third party's unauthorized access to your personal data, the property data, or any other user provided information. This is regardless of the basis of such damages – whether contractual, strict liability, tort or other theories of liability, and also notwithstanding even if Tripcetera was given actual/constructive notice on the possibility of damages.

Issue/Rev: TCT/01/PRP/1/R0, 31 July 2017