Having been battered in 2020 and 2021 by COVID-19 restrictions, demand for both inbound and outbound travel began to revive in 2022 but remained well below its pre-pandemic level. In contrast to many other countries, Taiwan retained tight restrictions on inbound arrivals for much of the year.
Apart from the relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions in Taiwan, demand for air travel was support by the fact that many other Asian countries, such as Thailand, Vietnam, Japan and South Korea, also re-opened their borders during 2022.
With international arrivals extremely scarce for much of 2022, most Taiwanese hotels continued to focus on domestic travellers. Others weathered the pandemic by becoming quarantine hotels.
During the pandemic, demand for booking was supported to an extent by heightened local consumer interest in workcations and staycations. This prompted Booking.
Inbound arrivals (number of trips) will not exceed their pre-pandemic peak until 2027, while outbound departures will follow a similar pattern, but in the latter case the recovery will only be partial, with the number of trips remaining well below its peak even at the end of the forecast period.
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