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China | Hainan | Sanya | Introduction | Overview
Situated at the southernmost end of Hainan Province of China, Sanya is the second biggest city in Hainan with an area of 1,919 sq km. It has 19 bays along its coastlines of 209.1 km long. Sanya has a population of 540,000, including Han, Li, Miao and Hui ethnic groups. Surrounded by mountains on three sides and water on one side, the city has rich ...
China | Hainan | Sanya | Catering | Cusine | Snacks | Restaurants
Brief Introduction Sanya, which is adjacent to the world- renowned Beibu Bay Fishing Ground and South China Sea Fishing Ground, is a famous fishing port of China. Hence it is an ideal place to taste seafood when tourists come to Sanya. Abalones, sea cucumbers and sea urchins are the three local delicacies from the sea with high nutritious value....
China | Sanya | Google | City | Map
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China | Hainan | Sanya | Entertainment | Nightlife
Most visitors coming to Sanya are looking for a peaceful haven away from their busy city lives. Long days lazing on the beach and afternoons spent taking part in water sports are the most popular forms of entertainment in Sanya. And there are other kinds of entertainments. Nightclubs There are many nightclubs in Sanya. With unique decor...
China | Hainan | Sanya | Shopping
With its unique geographic features, Sanya offers every visitor an enduring experience and memory of the sea. Add to that the chance to purchase souvenirs, attractive in both price and quality, and bring them back home. Vendors and emporiums of every size from street stalls to corner shops to hotel boutiques to large department stores in Sanya are ...
China | Hainan | Sanya | Transportation | Air | Train | Bus
Sanya is the southernmost city in China and is a part of Hainan Province. In 2006, it had a population of 536,000, making it, after the provincial capital (Haikou), the second most populous city on the island. The city is renowned for its tropical climate and has emerged as a popular tourist destination in just a decade. Air The Sanya P...
China | Hainan | Sanya | Cuisine | Seafood | Snacks
Famous Snacks To name but a few: Miao Minority Five Color Rice; Coconut Thread Rice; Lin'Gao Suckling Pig; Hainan Noodles; Baoluo Noodles; Hou'An Noodles; Hainan Rice Dumplings; Cold Coconut Milk Soup; Hainan Chicken Rice; Li Minority Bamboo Tube Rice... Fresh Seafood If you come to Hainan you must eat the seafood. Often bought live, Hainan se...
China | Hainan | Sanya | Attractions | Monkey Island
Located in Lingshui county on the south coast of Hainan island, Nanwan Monkey Island is the only tropical island-type nature reserve for macaque monkeys - a state protected animal in China. The nature reserve is built in 1965, and it is now home to approximately 2,000 monkeys. The island boasts of so many special sites, such as the longest transoce...
China | Hainan | Sanya | Attractions | End of the Earth
The End of the Earth lies below the Xiamaling Hill, about 24 kilometers west of Sanya City in Hainan Island.In the ancient times, Hainan Island was a place where those exiles lived because there was no means of transportation and few inhabitants in the island. Tianya Haijiao is a vast beach facing the South China Sea. On the beach, erect numerou...
China | Hainan | Sanya | Attractions | Nanshan Buddhism Culture Zone
Located 40 kilometers from Sanya City, Nanshan Buddhism Cultural Tourism Zone is one of the largest cultural tourist attractions of its kind in China. The tourism zone is comprised by three parks: Nanshan Buddhism Culture Park is a window on China's traditional Buddhism culture. The Felicty and Longevity Culture Park reflects an atmosphere of peace...
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