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I visited the bay in December 2017 by taking bus from the Yangjiang bus station for about an hour. The fare was RMB12 and 10 for ticket bought manually and automatically respectively. However, you should not pay cash (either by Union card or alipay) for...More
Five minutes from Zhapo Bay/Beach is Zhapo Fishing Harbor, an active and dynamic port for a range of fishing vessels. The locals are quite open to engage with westerners and the fish dishes served in the pier-front restaurants are as delicious as the beer is...More
Zhapo bay is a beautiful place to walk the beach and walk the towns Boardwalk , however for swimming is not foreigner friendly . They only allow you to swim in a small roped off area. Besides that it is a great place to visit.
Zhapo bay had some of the cleanest beaches I've ever seen in china.
So far, the area is still mostly undeveloped, although that may change in the near future. Our driver told us about the city's plans for extensive areas of condominiums to be developed...More
We drove around to Zhapo late one afternoon to look at the fishing village. We negotiated a 1hr boat trip on the large fishing junk for RMB200 although the small boats are also available for RMB80 - 100 per boat. The trip meandered through the...More
You won't be surprised, if you've been elsewhere in coastal China before - crowds of people during peak season, there's a barriers, limiting your swimming exercises (and spoiling the whole enjoyment) and a number of lifeguards, stopping you from crossing those bounds, huge queues to...More