How glamping became China's hottest new travel trend

10 June, 2022

The trend isn't just happening in mainland China.


Wade Cheung, marketing manager at Saiyuen, a glamping and adventure park on an island in Hong Kong, has also seen bookings "increase significantly" over the past two years, with more than 10% of visitors returning after their first stay.

"The lingering pandemic has inspired Hong Kong people to explore the fabulous home-grown experiences in the city," says Cheung.

The site, on the island of Cheung Chau, offers various accommodation options, from tepees to Mongolian gers, but the most exclusive is the Sunset Vista, a 300-square-foot domed tent set in its own 2,000 square feet space with private grassland. ...... (Continue Reading)

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