China News Agency, Beijing, January 27 (Reporter Liu Liang) During the Spring Festival in 2023, many tourism data in China will recover strongly.

  According to the data disclosed by the Chinese online travel platform Qunar on the 27th, tourists travel farther during the Spring Festival: the average travel radius has increased by more than 50% compared with 2022, and the travel distance of each passenger has increased by an average of 400 kilometers compared with last year, which is equivalent to Extend from Beijing to Zhengzhou to Beijing to Wuhan.

  Passengers are traveling longer and staying longer at destinations.

On the platform, the number of room nights booked in domestic hotels (the number of rooms multiplied by the number of days) has reached a record high, among which the reservations for more than 3 consecutive days have reached a record high, and the average length of stay has increased by 3.6 hours year-on-year, equivalent to one-third of Tourists chose to stay one night more than last year, which effectively boosted the consumption of catering, transportation and entertainment in the destination city.

  From January 26, the return journey of the Spring Festival travel in China has started.

As of January 27, the number of train ticket reservations on the platform has increased by 28% year-on-year, and there are not many popular long-distance high-speed rail tickets left.

In terms of air tickets, the number of air ticket bookings from January 26 to January 31 increased by 33% compared with the same period in 2022, exceeding the level of the same period in 2019.

From the perspective of air ticket bookings in popular cities, Beijing, Chongqing, Kunming, Xi'an, Changsha, Wuhan and other cities have experienced significant growth rates, and the overall recovery speed has exceeded the industry average.

The average price paid for air tickets for the Spring Festival in 2023 is 845 yuan, which is the same as before the epidemic.

  During the Spring Festival holiday, China's outbound tourism ushered in a strong recovery.

According to platform data, during the Spring Festival, outbound air tickets increased by 6.7 times year-on-year, and the top five destinations were Thailand, Hong Kong, Malaysia, the United States, and Indonesia.

In the view of Qunar CEO (CEO) Chen Gang, with the increase in the supply of flights in China and the continuous optimization of epidemic prevention measures in various places, it is expected that the number of international air tickets and international hotel reservations will continue to grow.