I have decided to write two really random stories.
Mohd Azmin is a businessman from Pahang who frequently travels to Shah Alam to meet his clients based in Hicom Glenmarie Industrial Park. While looking for a hotel one day, he stumbled upon a homestay villa called Anjung Nuri, which is given a 3 star by Agoda with an impressive 7.8 rating. He booked the place for one night straight away after seeing some really good reviews.
On the day of check-in, he was really pleased to arrive at a place he felt exactly like home. He took a nice hot shower, played a few rounds at the pool table and watched some Astro programmes on TV. After years of staying in hotels with no sense of belonging, he finally got to stay at a place he could call home. More surprisingly, he was well taken care of by a very friendly caretaker who even cooked nice breakfast for him the next morning.
Without any hesitance, he took out his laptop, connected to the free WiFi at Anjung Nuri and booked another 3 nights.
Ashley had just accepted her boyfriend’s proposal, the most romantic she could ever imagine. Right now, she’s busy planning her wedding in Kuala Lumpur. The biggest challenge was to find a place for her traditional “Jib San Leong” (Bride Fetching) ceremony and it must be big enough to house her family of 15 coming all the way from Penang. She needed to host a simple dinner for their relatives who were going to bring lots of kids to roam around.
Her parents specifically hinted that they prefer a place where the family can stay close to each other and enjoy their little privacy. On top of that, her mom wanted a kitchen to demonstrate her culinary skills in front of the relatives! Well, that pretty much ruled out hotel or service apartment. What Ashley needed is basically a bungalow with at least 6 rooms, a kitchen, a huge garden, plenty of kids-friendly space and some facilities to entertain everyone.
Thanks to Airbnb, Agoda and booking.com, she was led to this website anjungnuri.com which solved her problem, once and for all.
I just read from somewhere that the best way to explain your product is through story telling. The stories above are not so random after all.