Adapting to new travel trends

Sunday, 22/05/2022, 22:37 [GMT+7]

Adapting to new travel trends

On the occasion of April 30 and May 1, tourists tended to stay at resorts in Bai Dai and self-contained resorts on islands with very high occupancy. Before the holiday, many resorts are fully booked by guests. Most tourists come as individuals or family groups. Thereby, the trend of tourism has changed greatly when tourists choose vacations with family and friends. They aim at quiet and close spaces to nature, islands or beaches. Local guests even choose suitable places to organize camping with their family and relatives.
 
On the other hand, some countries have not yet opened their borders to tourists, so domestic tourism is the first choice. The trend of staycation has also begun to be applied by many people.
 
According to travel agencies, since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, tourists tend to look for tourist destinations with services of relaxation and care for physical recovery and mental regeneration. Therefore, new tourist products must meet the changing needs of tourists. Open spaces will be one of the top priorities when tourists choose to stay. Therefore, accommodation establishments need also consider renovating their spaces to meet new needs.
 

 

Tourists entertaining at a resort
Tourists entertaining at a resort
 
According to Tran My Dung - Sales and Marketing Director of The Anam Resort, the current trend of tourists is resorting, and minimizing movement. Therefore, besides resort services, The Anam has many changes to adapt to tourism trends, for example increasing services for guests to experience such as yoga classes, pizza making classes for kids, movie screening on the beach, massage classes to improve health and building a farm for visitors.
 
In addition, in order to create more convenience for tourists, travel agencies need to offer short day tours. Travel businesses also need to link with transport and accommodation businesses to create package tours with cheaper prices to reduce costs for visitors.
 
Nguyen Thi Le Thanh - Director of the provincial Department of Tourism said that, in order to adapt to tourism after the Covid-19 pandemic, travel businesses need renew themselves. They need change services, build tours creatively to suit customers' tastes, but also accelerating digital transformation to change customer approach, improve staff performance... At the same time , the tourism has been promoting the application of digital technology to inform and promote the tourism image of Nha Trang - Khanh Hoa to international markets; building services to suit the tastes of customers after the Covid-19 epidemic…
 
Dinh Lam
 
Translated by T.T