“Unlike the declines we’ve seen in the U.S. after Labor Day or Europe after the summer holidays, Asia Pacific markets have continued seeing growth,” Palmqvist said. “For instance, in September, 70% or better occupancy levels were registered in key China markets such as Sanya, Shenzhen, Chengdu and Xi’an. What is more noteworthy is that these markets are showingyear-over-year growth in the metric, which is not common for most of the worldright now”.
China’s demand has grown consistently over the months due to strong domestic demand and national holidays. On 3 October, during the extended Golden Week period as National Day coincided with Mid-Autumn festival (1 – 8 October 2020), the market posted an 83% occupancy, almost reaching levels seen in 2019.
During Silver Week (19-22 September 2020), Japan saw an occupancy boost drivenmainly by domestic demand. The market posted its highest occupancy level on 23 September (67%). Similar to other markets around the globe, regional and leisure markets like Hokkaido and Okinawa have begun to see more substantial occupancy growth, while Tokyo and Osaka are starting to see gentle initial growth.
While both Australia and New Zealand also continues to improve, New Zealand occupancy is just 25% behind 2019 levels.
In many of the key markets in Asia Pacific, weekends continue to produce the highest occupancy levels. Resort locations in Vietnam have posted occupancy as highas 40% during the weekends. Weekdays in South Korea are still showing low occupancy levels (20-25%) compare to weekends (60%)in the market. Hong Kong is another market displaying a similar trend as occupancy levels during weekends reached as high as 55% along with weekday rising to a decent 40%
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