45% of Chinese travelers plan to visit Vietnam this year; Hyatt Hotels' occupancy in Greater China have gradually improved.
Tourism for the remainder of the year will be heavily leveraged by younger travellers in the age range of 20-29 years old, who increasingly place an emphasis on booking hotels on digital platforms.
More than half of bookings for Trip.com's holiday packages were made by travellers born in 1990 or later, known as China's post-90s and post 00s generations.
Disney will begin a phased reopening of its Shanghai theme park next week; Australian travel tech firm Aeronology inked a global distribution deal with TravelSky.
China's railways carried 22.89 million passengers from April 30 to May 3, while 2.53 million air passengers were recorded during the time.
Enhanced health and safety measures will be taken to protect guests after more than three months of closure.
TUI China focuses on short-haul outdoor trips; Around 74.29% of the Chinese hotels and inns have ceased operation during COVID-19.
Spring Airlines will open 47 domestic routes to meet increasing travel demand; Shanghai tourist attractions require reservations for holiday.
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