Huge crowds were seen at popular tourist spots in China’s major cities over the first four days of the ‘golden week’ holiday. Photo: EPA-EFE Huge crowds were seen at popular tourist spots in China’s major cities over the first four days of the ‘golden week’ holiday. Photo: EPA-EFE
Huge crowds were seen at popular tourist spots in China’s major cities over the first four days of the ‘golden week’ holiday. Photo: EPA-EFE

China holiday spending improves from May, but still a third below last year’s ‘golden week’

  • China reported tourism revenue of 312 billion yuan (US$45.9 billion) over the first half of the ‘golden week’ holiday, a drop of 31 per cent from last year
  • Although consumer spending has recovered from the height of the coronavirus, weak consumption continues to plague the world’s second biggest economy

Topic |   Golden Week
Huge crowds were seen at popular tourist spots in China’s major cities over the first four days of the ‘golden week’ holiday. Photo: EPA-EFE Huge crowds were seen at popular tourist spots in China’s major cities over the first four days of the ‘golden week’ holiday. Photo: EPA-EFE
Huge crowds were seen at popular tourist spots in China’s major cities over the first four days of the ‘golden week’ holiday. Photo: EPA-EFE
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