Air and bus travel are also down considerably.
China’s share of the global luxury market—the goods typically sold at duty-free—almost doubled last year to 20%.
Trips made in the first three days of the usual travel peak were down nearly 75 percent year on year.
Unlike studio-themed parks in America and Europe which tend to look towards the past, the relative youth of China’s homegrown IP-based LBE industry is all about looking forward.
Revival of the idea could boost the economy and slash journey time to the island to 10 minutes by high-speed rail.
State planning agency expects travel during next month’s Lunar New Year period to be markedly lower than normal, with a bigger share of people taking cars instead of other forms of transportation.
Analysts say investment in MGM by a Chinese travel firm could be "tricky"; Chinese travel agencies handle 53% less domestic trips.
Some 849 companies related to RV rental were established in China in the second quarter of 2020, up by 36% year-on-year.
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