My wife and I went here with some friends to Pai Pai. The Temples are really beautiful. Such a sacred place for a great lady, Quan Yin Ma. It is best if you speak Chinese, or go with someone who does, as most of the people in China, only speak Chinese. The restaurants serve only vegetarian dishes, but I had some sweat and sour something, that was really good. They also have many sea food dishes. They have shuttle buses running constantly to the many Temples on the island, but we preferred to walk to many of them. They have very nice walking trails as well as the very well maintained roads. The island is very clean, but very crowded at times with mostly Chinese tourist. We stayed at one of the hotels on the island, which I thought was a little pricie, but you have to expect that from a tourist spot. I don't remember the name of the hotel, the rooms were fairly small, (but we weren't going to live there, just take a shower, and sleep,) but they were clean. Another drawback, I could only find one English channel on the TV, HAHAHA, I staring thinking about a Chinese visitor to the US, trying to find a Chinese station in America. All in all, we had a very enjoyable two days on the island.
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