During the five-day “May Day” holiday in 2022, China saw 160 million domestic person-trips, a year-on-year decrease of 30.2%, and recovered to 66.8% in the same period before the epidemic according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
The COVID-19 prevention and control policies have a great impact on the tourism and leisure consumption of urban and rural residents across the country. The passenger flow in Jiuzhaigou, Hangzhou West Lake, and other scenic spots decreased significantly compared with previous years.
The domestic tourism revenue reached 64.68 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 42.9%, returning to 44.0% in the same period before the epidemic.
The total number of tourists received in Beijing was 3.061 million, and the total tourism revenue was 1.58 billion yuan. In 2021, Beijing received 8.426 million tourists, with total tourism revenue of 9.3 billion yuan.
Jiangsu has received 8.4519 million tourists, with a total tourism consumption of 4.07 billion yuan. In the “May Day” in 2021, Jiangsu received 35.3757 million tourists, realizing a total tourism revenue of 30.113 billion yuan.
The average occupancy rate of Sanya hotel was 20.57%, a year-on-year decrease of more than 60%.
According to the data of China Index Research Institute, during China’s May Day holiday this year (April 30 to May 4), the transaction of new commercial houses in key monitoring cities decreased by 52.3% compared with last year’s May Day holiday.
According to Pengpai news reports, the transaction scale of new houses in most representative cities decreased year-on-year, with a year-on-year decrease of more than 50% in Wuhan, Suzhou, and Wenzhou.
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