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Tianya Haijiao

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Tianya Haijiao

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One Day Private Tour of Wuzhizhou Islet and Nantian Hot Spring
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One Day Private Tour of Wuzhizhou Islet and Nantian Hot Spring

Skip the hassles of Sanya’s Chinese language bus system and treat yourself to the luxury of a private guide and driver direct from your door. Spend the morning exploring Wuzhizhou Coral Island, a rain forest paradise with soft sand beaches. After a local lunch, discover the joys of Nantian Hot Springs, with over 20 different pools to choose from and options from fish pedicures to tea.
$264.00 per adult
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hweeying wrote a review Oct 2020
Johor Bahru, Malaysia4,444 contributions354 helpful votes
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This is a famous attraction in Hainan. We took bus from Nanshan temple only 10 min to arrive here. We need to purchase tickets. Tianya haijiao means the most southern part mainland of China. Overall it is a beach with many tourist and nothing special. Visited on August 2019.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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sergiocubillass wrote a review Oct 2020
London, United Kingdom30 contributions
Gorgeous place, water crystal clear HOWEVER you won’t be allowed to swim, which I found bizarre... nice place but if you are looking for a bath THIS IS NOT YOUR PLACE
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Date of experience: October 2020
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brandern wrote a review Jan 2020
Singapore, Singapore185 contributions26 helpful votes
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Sanya has very beautiful beaches and who ever that goes to Sanya must at least visit here. The boat ride is very expensive it's like ¥100 per pax and takes only about 10 mins. Nothing much to see. So save the money guys... Spend it on good food instead. The beach is extremely clean. U can get free photos on few spots so remember to go get your free shots
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Pauline wrote a review Dec 2019
Port Coquitlam, Canada2,389 contributions97 helpful votes
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If it was not China's most southern beach, I wouldn't bring my cousin and friend here on this trip to Hainan. It was their first time here in Hainan. I've been to this place years ago (1982 & 1992) and it was free. Then don't know since when they started to build more things at this beach, like places for people to get their wedding pictures taken, etc., and a garden, and started to collect admission fees. When I was there in 2015 with my sons, (first time for them in Hainan), the ticket was RMB105 per person. We didn't go in! This time, the ticket was RMB81 per person. I still find this expensive and not worth the money because it's nature...... Anyway, the beach is beautiful, the water is clear, many different rocks in the sea and nice coconut trees. If you don't want to have a long walk to where the famous "tianya haijiao" rock was, you can pay RBM15 (return) to get the car ride. Including in the entrance ticket, you can queue at "scenic" spot where they take a photo of you and it's free for you to keep. I think you can also just tell them that you would like a picture with your own camera at this spot. I have taken picture here previously before they turned this spot to be "theirs", but I didn't ask because there was a long queue.... Since we came in, we might as well enjoy the beautiful scenery, take as many pictures as possible and relax!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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KodoDrummer wrote a review Nov 2019
Yekaterinburg, Russia63,199 contributions134,639 helpful votes
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The blue waters of this, China’s most southerly tropical paradise, are crystal clear and home to sizeable famous “End of the Heaven/World” uniquely shaped stones.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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