These are the countries that Chinese travelers want to go to the most
BEIJING — Now that China is ready to reopen its borders, locals are rushing to plan trips to far-flung places for the Lunar New Year in late January, according to the trip. organization com.
Half an hour after China's announced policy change, overseas travel searches rose to a three-year high, the travel booking agency said.
Japan,Thailand,South Korea,USA,Singapore,Malaysia,Australia and USA ok.
It entered the list of the top 10 non-mainland locations with the fastest growing search number, the company said.
Macau and Hong Kong are also on the list, which now does not include any mainland EU nations.
China's national rate of physical activity announced Monday night that from January 8, arriving tourists will no longer want to self-quarantine upon arrival in the mainland, completing a coverage of nearly three years.
The government also claimed that it can allow Chinese citizens to renew the trip, without providing information about the timing or the process.
Throughout the pandemic, Beijing prevented Chinese citizens from obtaining passports or leaving the country until they had a clean purpose, usually on business.