WeChat tourist attraction scam is back in business; China cleared all COVID-19 high-risk areas.
TUI Musement made USD 67.3 million in earnings before interest and taxes in 2019, a 21.7% jump over the previous year.
With the ban on outbound travel still in place, Chinese tourists are staying closer to home, so destinations are now eyeing Indian travelers, who have been flocking to places like Dubai and Maldives.
The USD 550 million resort is set to become one of the world's largest Legoland resorts upon completion.
Traditional operators that rely on offline sales and physical presence are now thinking of moving online, while online travel agencies and holiday-booking platforms are seeking to reduce online ads.
About 80 theme parks are scheduled to open between 2021 and 2025 in China.
There were three medium-risk areas left as of February 19.
Even the city’s biggest travel firms laid off workers or put staff on unpaid leave.
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