Over two-fifths (44.36 percent) of Malaysians want to fly in the next three months, according to a study conducted by Finder.com.
According to the Finder's Travel Index, the numbers increased from 38.52 percent in March to 37.68 percent in February.
According to the April survey, Malaysians prefer domestic tourism, with 23.11 percent preferring a local vacation in May.
In June, the percentage fell to 7.97 percent, and in July, it fell to 5.64 percent.
Furthermore, 31.08 percent of Malaysians want to fly inside the country in the next three months, which is marginally higher than the 27.53 percent who said the same in Finder's March survey and the 26.43 percent who said the same in February.
According to the April survey, 9.03 percent of Malaysians want to go on vacation in May, 5.84 percent in June, and 7.84 percent in July.
It also revealed that Malaysian men prefer to travel more than Malaysian women.
Overall, 48.63 percent of men said they wanted to travel more in the April study, compared to 40.98 percent in March and 41.27 percent in February.
Women, on the other hand, just 40.76 percent intend to fly more in April, 35.75 percent in March, and 33.12 percent in February, according to the overall figures.
Malaysia ranked first in terms of having to fly in the next three months, with 44.36 percent, followed by India (41.15 percent) and the Philippines (41.15 percent) (38.58 percent ).
Meanwhile, Canadians have the least desire to fly, with just 6.49 percent planning to travel in the next three months.
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