Chinese tourists flocked to the Atlantis Sanya resort in Hainan province in August as they were unable to travel overseas because of travel restrictions. Photo: Reuters Chinese tourists flocked to the Atlantis Sanya resort in Hainan province in August as they were unable to travel overseas because of travel restrictions. Photo: Reuters
Chinese tourists flocked to the Atlantis Sanya resort in Hainan province in August as they were unable to travel overseas because of travel restrictions. Photo: Reuters

China’s post-Covid-19 travel industry sees green shoots with tourists embracing short trips, luxury stays in lessons for global operators

  • As the psychological effect of pandemic still lingers, tourists are keeping travel to a minimum and choosing destinations around big cities
  • High-income travellers flocked to domestic luxury resorts like Atlantis Sanya in Hainan in August, pushing up the occupancy and room rates

Topic |   Tourism
Chinese tourists flocked to the Atlantis Sanya resort in Hainan province in August as they were unable to travel overseas because of travel restrictions. Photo: Reuters Chinese tourists flocked to the Atlantis Sanya resort in Hainan province in August as they were unable to travel overseas because of travel restrictions. Photo: Reuters
Chinese tourists flocked to the Atlantis Sanya resort in Hainan province in August as they were unable to travel overseas because of travel restrictions. Photo: Reuters
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