Even though the COVID-19 flu epidemic has not totally passed, keep hoping is going to go up as the Vietnam tourism trends 2022 approaches. Vietnamese vacationers shared their different insights on travel in the coming year in a recent Booking.com survey.
Taking a vacation, rather than daily exercise or mindful meditation, will be the most popular form of self-care in 2022. Travel, according to more than 86 percent of Vietnamese tourists, benefits their mental and emotional well-being more than other forms of rest and relaxation.
After further than a year of implementing and changing travel restrictions, the significant health advantages of travel are becoming more widely recognized. Specifically, nearly 60% of Vietnamese travelers said that they did not realize the value of travel to their health until it was no longer an option, while 87 percent said that planning a vacation has a beneficial affect on their feelings.
Resetting the Out-of-Office (Home) Computer
During the pandemic’s outbreak, homes all over the world become offices. However, by 2022, there will be a significant increase in people wanting to reclaim control in order to firmly reestablish a healthy work-life balance. 79 percent of Vietnamese tourists will be completely unemployed, which was not always the case in 2021 as the lines between home and teleworking lives blurred.
Despite the ability to work remotely, 61 percent of surveyed Vietnamese travelers would accept expenses less time on vacation in 2022 if it meant being able to completely disconnect, rather than spending more time in the destinations but having to mix business and leisure.
With 60% of Vietnamese tourists claiming to have worked more hours and used fewer vacation days during the pandemic, more people will be establishing their far out of (home) office messages in 2022.
All of the First-Time Emotions
While many travelers have forgotten where their passport is or even how to pack, in 2022, all of that out-of-practice travel weirdness will give way to a genuine sense of delight even for the most mundane aspects of our trips.
Travelers will relish every moment after feeling’stuck’ for so long, rather than looking forward to the pure anticipation and excitement of the journey. 89 percent of Vietnamese tourists say it is more enjoyable to travel when the journey is part of the trip itself.
Each of our ‘firsts’ in 2022 will be memorable, as the majority of travelers say that simple pleasures like feeling the sun on their skin or seeing a body of water of some kind improves their mood. The lack of certainty of navigating mass transit in a new city in a foreign language excites two-thirds (71 percent) of Vietnamese tourists.
As travel slowed in many parts of the world, the pandemic forced us to make the most of what was right in front of us, from supporting independently owned businesses to spending more time than ever at the neighborhood park.
This urge to communicate authentically with the surrounding area will continue during holiday in 2022, as we strive to be more aware about every journey we take and minimize our impact on the places we visit.
Indeed, 82 percent of surveyed Vietnamese tourists agreed that it is critical that their trip benefit the local community at their destination; meanwhile, 79 percent would enjoy an app or website that guidances on locations where increased tourism would benefit the local community.
39 percent of Vietnamese visitors want to learn more about how well their hotel supports local businesses, and 31 percent want to know how their tourism dollars will affect or improve local communities.
Swipe Right on New Places and Faces
Because the pandemic meant spending an extended and intense period of time with our closest friends and loved ones for many people, vacations in 2022 will be opportunities to branch out and make some new connections.
Because 79 percent of Vietnamese want to make new friends while on vacation, travelers are expected to use their vacations to expand their usual social circles, with 79 percent looking forward to exchanging with others while on vacation.]
Simply Say Yes.
After a long period of constraints, travelers are reclaiming a more optimistic outlook for 2022. The coming year will bring the best of audience participation to travel, as people are eager to experience unexpected twists and turns on their journey. In fact, 54 percent of Vietnamese tourists prefer a vacation where they can be flexible and go with the flow, rather than having a well-planned itinerary full of activities.
84 percent of Vietnamese visitors agree they might very well say yes to any vacation opportunity if their budget allows, and 74 percent of that group is more open to different types of vacation than they were before the pandemic because they are simply happy to be away from home.
Such a positive mindset will allow travellers to see more of the world than ever before, with many taking a more imaginative approach to their vacation choices, and possibly even their companions.
Accepting the Unpredictable Things
Uncertainty will remain a constant in travel in 2022, and travelers will embrace it because we cannot change or predict every new surprise and challenge that fate has in store for us.
Visitors’ favorite apps will continue to help them navigate the unknown on our trips after relying on technology in a variety of ways to stay connected and inspired over the last year and a half.
As a result, 82 percent of Vietnamese believe that technology helps to reduce travel anxiety. With increasing finesse and proactivity, technology will continue to smooth out the unexpected bumps in the road.
As a result, predictive technologies will become more widely used, allowing travelers to make more informed decisions. Approximately 79 percent of Vietnamese are interested in an innovative service that can predict which countries will be safe to drive to months in advance; or 82 percent wish innovation could instantaneously suggest destinations that are safe to travel to right now based on their nations’ and destinations’ current COVID-19 requirements.