Chinese theme park operator made it third in the TEA/AECOM global theme park ranking; Chinese city built a new international airport double the size of Heathrow.
Midscale hotels are still growing fast and playing a key role in China’s hotel industry.
Prior levels of business will not return until beyond 2021.
China's home rental market saw a 72.1% decline in transaction volume in January-May; 45% of the APAC respondents expect to travel within the next 6 months.
Both Ms. Cao and Mr. Hee have extensive experience in Singapore, which is the international headquarters of Huazhu.
However, the accommodation rental market has been on a rebound since March.
Chinese aviation's rebound is being led by private airlines like Spring Airlines rather than the big three state-owned carriers; Beijing are resuming trans-provincial group tours.
Marriott said while the pandemic had delayed some of its hotel openings, it expected to open 70 to 80 hotels in the Asia Pacific this year.
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