Research Briefing | Aug 23, 2021

APAC | To what extent can domestic travel support the tourism recovery in APAC?

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Domestic travel is the key factor that will support the near-term tourism recovery in Asia-Pacific (APAC). While international travel in the region will not recover to 2019 levels until at least 2024 in our current baseline forecast, domestic visitors are projected to exceed pre-pandemic levels next year.

Driven by the domestic market, aggregate tourism – that is, domestic and international visitors combined – is projected to recover 2019 levels in 2022 in the majority of the region’s largest country destinations.

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  • The outlook for Travel and Tourism in APAC
  • Baseline projections for overnight visitors to APAC countries 
  • The forecasted change in domestic and International travel up to 2025

 

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