Examining Asian Destination Quality Attributes and Recovery Strategies in Advent of Covid-19: A Systematic Review


  • Lenard Mhango SS Dempo College
  • Cheryl Venan Dias S. S. Dempo College of Commerce & Economics, Cujira, Goa




Destination Quality Attributes, Impact of COVID0-19, Asian Destinations, Recovery Strategies, Destination Management, Pandemic, Tourist Perception


The advent of COVID-19 in Asia has piqued interest for research and publication from the discipline of tourism and destination management.  In order to assess how the pandemic affected both DQAs and recovery efforts, this study employed a systematic review methodology. The review of a literature followed the PRISMA’s protocol.  The first screening extracted 165 papers from Dimensions and Lens web sources, which were further filtered according to their date of publication, publication type, keywords, publisher, and title relevance. After the initial screening, from the preliminary articles which were retained for consideration, 60 met inclusion criteria. To identify the concurrency of topics, a consolidated spreadsheet was mapped using Vosviewer and Nvivo software. The mapping process identified three main topics, destination attributes, impacts, and recovery strategies. The study used descriptive Meta-ethnography approaches to further synthesize the data. It is observed that the majority of articles reviewed are published between 2021 and 2022 and the majority use quantitative and qualitative methods. China contributed the majority of the articles while Indonesia and India contributed a significant number. Meta-ethnography synthesis revealed seven concepts related to each of the three main dimensions. The findings raise anxiety to revisit destination management practices and policies post-pandemic. The study recommends that destination managers should spend quality time understanding which attributes are fragile and critical to change destination performance. quality management, practices and policies in times of pandemics



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How to Cite

Mhango, L., & Dias, C. V. (2023). Examining Asian Destination Quality Attributes and Recovery Strategies in Advent of Covid-19: A Systematic Review. Atna Journal of Tourism Studies, 18(2), 85-117. https://doi.org/10.12727/ajts.30.4