Most tourism sectors in this resort destination will take advantage of the rest of the week-long holiday to increase business as typhoon Neglae left for Vietnam, reports xinhuanet.com.
 
According to relevant departments, flights to Haikou and Sanya as well as boat trips across Qiongzhou Strait resumed immediately after the typhoon left the island.
 
Holiday makers will be back on the beaches and other tourist attractions with interest for the rest of the holiday, said a tourism official.
 
Statistics from the local tourism bureau shows that with the impact of Neglae, visitor arrivals to Hainan on Tuesday alone only recorded 30,000, representing a decline of 50% over last year.
 
Translated by WOS Team
 
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