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What Pinoys’ travel wish lists reveal

IN terms of international destinations, solo travelers are most willing to visit Taiwan, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam and South Korea. PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF AGODA

With COVID-19 restrictions cautiously being lifted, the travel itch continues to grow stronger. Keeping their future plans aligned with calls to support local travel, Filipinos are dreaming of domestic destinations once allowed, according to Agoda.com.

Manila, Boracay, Cebu, Palawan and Batangas, figured prominently across different demographics for Filipinos, which include Couples, Solo, Family and Group Travelers based on Agoda’s top searched data for travel til year end.

Among these, travelers planning to go as a group are most keen to travel domestically with all their top 10 most searched destinations within the country. Meanwhile, Solo Travelers are the most willing to travel outside of the country, searching for deals in Tokyo (No.5), Bangkok (No.9) and Seoul (No.10) for when overseas travel is possible.

Globally, people want to go to Asia

While Filipinos are keeping it local, the rest of the world is looking forward to overseas adventures with Taiwan, Thailand and Japan emerging as the top searched destinations for travel until the year-end on Agoda.com.

Overall, Taiwan tops the travel escape searches list among all different traveler groups — from couples to solo travelers, and families or groups, beating last year’s champs — Thailand, which came in as the second most searched destination. Japan, Vietnam, and South Korea round out the top five, while the United States, Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Indonesia complete the top ten.

Agoda’s search data show distinctions between destinations searched by type of travelers, with Japan and Thailand taking second and third spots respectively, for solo travelers.

“While Agoda’s search data has seen a shift toward domestic destinations as regulations are being eased for domestic travel, people are still dreaming about international adventures. What Agoda’s data is showing us is there is still a hunger to travel. People are keen on exploring their own countries whether alone, with family, or with friends. They are also looking forward to visiting their dream international destinations once it’s safe to do so and are looking for the best deals for when that time comes,” said. Tim Hughes, vice president of Corporate Development, Agoda.

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