Other than returning to the hometown to reunite with the family, more and more Chinese people now choose the reverse route of Chinese New Year transportation or spending the Chinese New Year by touring. The overall popularity of Chinese New Year tourism has increased greatly; and, the proportion of the post-90s generation who chose to pay travel expenses by installments exceeded 40%.
According to data from China's Ministry of Culture and Travel, the total number of nationwide tourists reached 415 million during the 2019 Spring Festival, representing a 7.6% increase year-on-year. Based on that, the tourist total may be over 450 million for the Chinese New Year 2020.
Chinese New Year (CNY) 2020, or Spring Festival, has seven public holidays from 24 January (CNY eve) 30 January (6th...
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