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Travel Blogs from Haikou
... Guilin airport was much smaller than Xian
and we found ourselves not exactly spoilt for choice in the way of food options
(we were a bit peckish following our all carb brunch). We had to settle for pot
noodles. Almost every public place in china has free boiling water taps, as
everyone eats pot noodles and makes tea for snacks.
Our flight from Guilin to Haikou was much
smoother than our previous flight, and was a quick 1 hour and 15 ...
... ink, etc.
The World’s Largest Human Migration
The figures are mind boggling & here are just a few.
China's transport system is being put to the test as the world's largest annual human migration comes to a peak with the Spring Festival holiday wrapping up.
- More than 6.5 million trips were made on Chinese railways ...
... I wanted for my afternoons walking adventure. As the beach is around six kilometers long and grabbed a moto and headed further along the coast. The Holiday Beach section was the only crowded section but even that was spacious. It also comes complete with hotels, restaurants, change rooms, showers, eateries and children’s amusement centers.
... br> In the 13th century it was fortified and became a military post under the Ming dynasty (1368–1644). The port is located west of the mouth of the Nandu River and when Qiongshan was opened to foreign trade under the Treaty of Tianjin (1858), Haikou started to rival the old administrative city. In ...
... and people have both caught the tourism bug, seeing the tourism industry as the easiest way to make a quick buck and advance the economy. Their motto is to promote the ten major tourist resources: blue sea, bright sunshine, sandy beaches, hot springs, tropical climate, tropical rainforest, grottos, minority culture, clean air and beautiful scenery. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility