Pearl Sea View Hotel

Address: No.27 Haiyun Road, Dadonghai Tourist Hoilday Resort, Sanya, Hainan, 572021, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on No.27 Haiyun Road, Dadonghai Tourist Hoilday Resort, Sanya, is near Binlang Ethnic Village.
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Travel Blogs from Sanya

Cruisin in Style through SE Asia

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Mar 20, 2015

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... of the big highlights being a chance to view the tunnels used by the Vietcong during the Vietnam war. As we got settled into our seats on the bus our tour guide came on the microphone and began to explain our itinerary which basically consisted of an hour and a half bus ride to the tunnels, lunch and then an hour and a half bus ride back. Along the way we would be able to see (depending on which side of the bus we were on) the various other things listed in our program. Ok so ...

Sanya, Hainan - China

A travel blog entry by sally2015 on Mar 18, 2015

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Another maiden port for Arcadia yesterday so interest for both crew and passengers alike. Boasted as being China's Hawaii there really isn't very much to see except lovely beaches. Our excursion took us for a brief stop at a nice hotel and beach resort then on to Lahuitou Park mainly to see panoramic views of the City. Finally we went to Pearl ...

Sanya

A travel blog entry by suejshaw on Mar 18, 2015

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When we sorted out our visas before starting our trip we were told that we were ok to visit Shanghai on a single entry Chinese visa and that Hong Kong was OK too, but if we wanted to go ashore in Sanya we would need a double entry visa. However, if ...

Hong Kong - Day 2

A travel blog entry by sally2015 on Mar 16, 2015

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Mum and I spent the day at Lantau Island (Dad didn't fancy it and stayed onboard) crossing the strongest suspension bridge in the world. First we visited the only genuine fishing village in Hong Kong, houses built on stilts and totally reliant on the fishing industry they simply don't waste a thing, the markets have every fish and fish part dried and hanging on their stalls, their speciality....well that would be the fish ...

Sea Day

A travel blog entry by margeric on Feb 20, 2015

2 comments, 1 photo

We set sail at 7 pm last night in very cloudy (smog) conditions. Had a lovely dinner at a new table on the upper level of the restaurant and met a nice couple from Melbourne. They are travelling Singapore to Hong Kong as are most people we have met except the round the worlders (one couple from Caloundra would you believe) who then fly back home from UK. Early night ...