The Study of Travel Intention after Easing Coronavirus Restrictions—A Case Study in Taiwan

Hung-Yen Li, Pei-En Hsieh, Chiung-Li Li


The Coronavirus has significantly influenced the lives of most people in the world. Coronavirus lockdown extended to the globe. Travel plays an essential role for many people’s lives. However, travel became a dream during COVID-19 pandemic because the global lockdowns have continued for more than three years. Fortunately, global lockdowns have been lifted gradually since 2022. This study aimed to explore the travel intentions of people in Taiwan after the easing of coronavirus restrictions. An online survey was carried out to investigate Taiwanese people’s travel intention after COVID-19 pandemic. The researchers designed a travel intention questionnaire and analysed the data by SPSS 23.0. Descriptive analysis, as well as chi-square and ANOVA tests, were employed to examine variability among the subjects. The study comprised 587 valid samples. The researchers identified statistically significant associations between age, gender, occupation, travel length, travel frequency, travel partner, and travel intention after the lifting of lockdowns.

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