Jiangshan Peninsula

Jiangshan Peninsula, Fangchenggang: Tickets, Tours, Hours, Address, Jiangshan Peninsula Reviews: 3/5

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Jiangshan Peninsula
May 2016
Jiangshan peninsula is about 15 km south west from Fangchenggang city, It is also called Bailong peninsula ( white dragon ). It is the same place, which is confusing. You can get there on a small bus which runs every hour from Fangchenggang city. there is a lot of road-building going on . There is a resort area, which has two large hotels, one apparently abandonned, and some small hotels, and a street with about a dozen restaurants and various kiosks and souvenir stores. There are a lot of bathing suits for sale, but it was very hard to buy a beach towell. There is a very wide flat beach, where the tide only rises and falls once a day. When I visited, in may 2016, the water was rather muddy, but tolerable by chinese standards. not as good as beihai or sanya. At the tip of the peninsula, about 9 km away, are two grotty villages. One has a beach with some supposedly interesting rocks. I was unimpressed. The other village has a hill with a old fort built during the period when the french were trying to expand their control of the coast next to vietnam. From this fort, you can see the nearest bit of vietnam on a clear day. There is another beach, which on the satellite photos looks quite nice, but I could not find out how to get there without a motorscooter. The hotel I stayed at was OK, certainly could not complain about the price. We had fish at the restaurant, which was very good but no different to what you can get elsewhere. Overall, this jiangshan peninsula was a bit of a let down. Inexplicabkly, they have built their :"resort" complex in the muddiest part of the bay, least suitable for any sort of beach activity. Overall, it seems this locality has quite good potential, which is being poorly realised.

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ipekyolu2016
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Jiangshan Peninsula
May 2016 • Friends
Jiangshan peninsula is about 15 km south west from Fangchenggang city, It is also called Bailong peninsula ( white dragon ). It is the same place, which is confusing. You can get there on a small bus which runs every hour from Fangchenggang city. there is a lot of road-building going on .
There is a resort area, which has two large hotels, one apparently abandonned, and some small hotels, and a street with about a dozen restaurants and various kiosks and souvenir stores. There are a lot of bathing suits for sale, but it was very hard to buy a beach towell.
There is a very wide flat beach, where the tide only rises and falls once a day. When I visited, in may 2016, the water was rather muddy, but tolerable by chinese standards. not as good as beihai or sanya.
At the tip of the peninsula, about 9 km away, are two grotty villages. One has a beach with some supposedly interesting rocks. I was unimpressed. The other village has a hill with a old fort built during the period when the french were trying to expand their control of the coast next to vietnam. From this fort, you can see the nearest bit of vietnam on a clear day. There is another beach, which on the satellite photos looks quite nice, but I could not find out how to get there without a motorscooter.
The hotel I stayed at was OK, certainly could not complain about the price. We had fish at the restaurant, which was very good but no different to what you can get elsewhere. Overall, this jiangshan peninsula was a bit of a let down. Inexplicabkly, they have built their :"resort" complex in the muddiest part of the bay, least suitable for any sort of beach activity. Overall, it seems this locality has quite good potential, which is being poorly realised.
Written July 23, 2016
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