Bali top desirable destination during pandemic crisis on second place according Booking.com . The travel industry has been one of the hardest-hit sectors by the COVID-19 pandemic, but travellers around the world have also been eager to get back on the proverbial road and visit new holiday destinations.Dutch online ticketing company Booking.com has recorded growing Wishlist’s on its app, listed by people in quarantine around the world in March and April.On the list, Bali ranks second among the most desirable tourist destinations.The island is listed along with international destinations such as Andalusia and Catalonia in Spain, as well as Florida in the United States. Krasnodar Krai in Russia tops the list.In a statement, Booking.com said the list was based on the number of likes for properties listed on the app.The data was compiled in March and April and compared to similar data in March and April 2019.Read also: Bali’s The Nusa Dua improves safety measures amid pandemic. Alongside Bali, there are 27 Indonesian destinations on the list, such as West Nusa Tenggara, Jakarta, Yogyakarta and West Java.The list also revealed that Indonesian users on the app are hesitant to plan international journeys after the pandemic.Around 76 percent of Indonesian users’ wishlists comprise domestic destinations in sunny cities and places with beaches, such as Yogyakarta, Jakarta, Bandung in West Java, and Ubud and Seminyak in Bali. Meanwhile, international destinations are dominated by Asian metropolitans, such as Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok and Seoul.
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