Mandarin Oriental, Sanya
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Day 2- We Arrived To Sanya,China. Sanya Was A Small Town 10 Years From Now.But Now Its One Of A Great Tourism Place Of China.Nice Work Done By The Government And People Of China.
After Immigration We Went To Beach.On The Beach.We Enjoyed Out There.
From The Beach We Went To The Supermarket,Different Type Of Sweets,Drinks Were Available ...
... it is worth reading all the small print about prices etc, as in many cases the hotel can get a better deal booking for you in advance or there are expensive or cheap days (and big discounts for the elderly). Judging by the size of the car parks and infrastructure around entrances (queuing systems etc) in summer at weekends many sights could be hell. The sudden increase in affluent Chinese with cars and money has led to a massive increase in the number of attractions for ...
... wage a months salary per night, most of the Chinese staying here are young professionals with their statuary one child who is spoilt rotten (not all but some make me cringe, the child who would not put her seatbelt on in the plane yesterday, she got away with it! A mother walking round behind her brat in the restaurant at breakfast, the child was allowed to play as much as she wanted, mum followed behind with food and occasionally the ...
Our last day in the country, we very much enjoyed our time in Yangshuo, one area we would like to come back to. There is nothing wrong with Beijing, Shanghai and Xian but once you have seen the sights then there is less reason to go back. The area we have been in (pointy mountains, villages, slow way of life) would be worth spending a lot longer in. On the way to the airport we visited some limestone caves, very large and spectacularly lit, but nothing very special, and then our ...
... a transport available which you already payed for, its a really peaceful hike. We seriously get asked on our way by three girls why we are actually walking up!
One way its about 2 km / 2 hours and the path is mostly natural stone blocks. Easy to walk and yet somehow still "natural". There is finally no more noise (not a single speaker playing music, wohoo!), birds singing, you pass several stone- and one bigger hanging bridge and ...