I was recommended to visit this place and decided to take a bus with three other colleagues. Being a tourist, I enjoyed every miles I passed by keeping my eyes in focus to the local way of life. I made the traffic, farming areas, traditional market and many other things I saw on the way to the temple as valuable experience.
Once we arrived in the temple we given a site map and free to decide whether we will go on foot or gather with elderly on a vehicle. It was a 'no' and then we went on foot from one spot to another. We found every corner of the park is picturesque and well maintained. There is souvenir shops, food stalls, children playground, different kind of temples, statues, flower garden, just to mention a few. We need a wide angle lens to cover the 108-meter Guan Yin Budha to make it perfectly in the frame with our pose on the lower corner. I believe there was thousands of people, mostly local, but the park just fit them well. At the end, we did not realize we have been walking for kilometers until we end up in the bus to go back to Sanya with fatigue on both legs. But I don't care; it just worthwhile. I love the food, the people, ambiance and the nature itself.
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