Few Chinese keen to travel abroad soon

More than half of Chinese say they will put off travel abroad, even if borders re-opened tomorrow

Dec 6, 2022

Fear of infection with the disease was the top concern of those saying they would postpone travel in a survey of 4,000 consumers in China by consultancy Oliver Wyman, with worries about changes to domestic re-entry guidelines in second place.

Key takeaways

  • As many as 51% of those surveyed plan to delay international travel;
  • Hong Kong topped wishlists for travel, with 34% of respondents saying it would be their first stop after the re-opening.

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