One of the world's biggest Online Travel Agencies (OTA), headquartered in Shanghai, Trip.com Group, reveals that China's outbound tourism has further rebounded in 3Q23.
According to the data collected by Trip.com, global search results for China inbound travel improved by nearly 40 percent in 3Q23 compared to the previous quarter. As one of the world's biggest Online Travel Agencies (OTA), Trip.com believes that China's further openness will continue to boost inbound travel in the coming years.
Trip.com Group's CEO, Jane Sun, believes that Chinese outbound travelers will gradually increase as international flights resume, and visa applications continue to rise.
One of the world’s biggest Online Travel Agencies (OTA), headquartered in Shanghai, Trip.com Group reveals that the domestic and international business continued to show robust recovery in 2Q23, with China’s domestic hotel bookings growing by 170 percent y-o-y and by over 60 percent compared to the same period in 2019.
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The global travel bookings for the summer (June 1 – August 31) have already surpassed 2019 levels, with intra-regional travel leading the way, shows Trip.com data.
One of China’s biggest online travel agencies, Trip.com says that the number of users from the Chinese mainland searching for Cambodian tourism products on Ctrip, a Trip.com Group sub-brand, increased by more than 233 percent compared with the same period last year.
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Trip.com Group co-founder and chairman James Liang believes that Chinese international travelers will likely fall back into old travel habits and preferences once borders reopen.
China has declared a temporary exemption from visa requirements for citizens from six countries, including Malaysia and five European nations.
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