Most Taiwanese consider travel part of their life: Airbnb survey


Taipei, Nov 10 (CNA) Some 57% of Taiwanese believe that travel has become a way of life for them, and they will continue to make travel a part of their lives, according to a poll released Wednesday by Airbnb Taiwan.

Citing the survey, Taiwan Airbnb said in a statement that the ratio was significantly higher than the average of around 40% in six other Asia-Pacific countries.

The survey also revealed that a revolution is underway in Taiwan, with people increasingly adopting a lifestyle that combines work and leisure.

With the emergence of digital nomads – people who use telecommunications technologies to earn a living and travel – more than 70% of Taiwanese see business travel as just a matter of work, while the new Travel and remote work is taking shape in the era of the post-COVID-19 pandemic, Airbnb said, citing the survey.

In comparison, the nomadic digital lifestyle is on average 60% in the Asia-Pacific region, Airbnb Taiwan said.

While most locals see “travel safety” as their top accommodation concern, the majority of Taiwanese travelers cited cleanliness and safety as their top priority, according to the survey.

The survey also found that with the reduction in the COVID-19 situation around the world, travelers are spending more on long-term stays in 2021 than before. In the past year, more than 100,000 travelers have stayed in Airbnb accommodation for more than three months, with half of them choosing two or more different locations, according to the survey.

Almost half of the world’s travelers have stayed with Airbnbs for at least a week in the past year, compared to less than 40% who did so two years ago, according to the survey.

(By Flor Wang and Yu Hsiao-han)

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