The social network has made an investment in the travel industry, and now the company is putting its money where its mouth is.
In a blog post, Facebook said that it will start selling travel destinations in a few months.
The site will feature the brands of the brands and will be updated to reflect their new offerings.
The site will launch with the most popular destinations, including the US, Europe, Australia, and Asia.
Google, meanwhile, will continue to sell Google Maps, which will be offered through the Facebook app.
The sites will be able to offer real-time pricing and recommendations based on where you’re traveling.
Google is expected to expand to other regions as well, with a trip from Sydney to Sydney to Singapore priced at $200,000, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Facebook’s move follows a $100 million investment in TripAdvisor last year.