An opinion survey conducted by retailer Watsons learned that most people want to go travelling once the Covid-19 outbreak comes to an end.
The survey, by the international health and beauty retailer from April 8 to 22, asked 4,000 women aged between 18 and 39 what they wanted to do once the crisis is over. Of the respondents, 21 per cent said they wanted to visit natural attractions within the country, and 37 per cent chose Hua Hin, 29 per cent Chiang Mai and 9 per cent Chiang Rai.
Meanwhile, 14 per cent said they wanted to go overseas, of whom 53 per cent wanted to fly to Japan, 15 per cent to South Korea and 9 per cent to England.
As for what they wanted to do immediately, 19 per cent said they want to go shopping again, even though the government’s lockdown measures has made online shopping more popular, while 17 per cent said they wanted to go out for a meal, especially buffet. The government has allowed many restaurants to reopen provided they strictly implement social-distancing measures.
Of the women surveyed, 11 per cent said they wanted to go to the beauty salon for skin and hair treatment and manicures.