Sanya Orient Bay View Hotel

No.176 Jiefang Fourth Road, Sanya, Hainan, 572000, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sanya

(S)beachless

A travel blog entry by m.and.m

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... place in town.

Try the streetfood around, the fried noodles or noodle soups (15 RMB) are great, especially if you top it up with a fresh mango from one of the fruit shops afterwards. If you ask it will be cut for you in a easy to eat way without taking it apart, yummy!
They also let you try pieces of all those fruits you never dared to buy before cause you didnt know which part is eatable. Give it a go, you will be surprised one way or the other...

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Guan Yi Buddah Goddess

A travel blog entry by gjessee

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... thing to get there. For about five miles, approaching the temple, there were hundreds of vendors selling incense sticks that you could burn at the temple. Once we got to within a mile of the park, it took us about 40 minutes to complete the final mile. For a country that isn't very religious, there appears to be at least a great interest in religion. There were many people burning insence sticks and knelling down and praying. One ...

Nanshan

A travel blog entry by jjessee

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... sticks in their hands and kneel on a kneeler and bow three times, then place the sticks in a sand filled box of sorts. Belinda bought some food for us to eat at Nanshan. We had canned beans, cracker cakes, candy and chocolate cookies. Gene and I were in the mood for ice cream so we bought a few Magnum ice cream bars, one for Gene and myself and one for Louis. We found out Louis likes ice cream as much as Belinda likes coffee. If ...

The Li People

A travel blog entry by gjessee

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... a weekend pass. I chose the weekend pass.

For some reason, nowhere on the island did they sell suntan lotion. Chinese women are not into tanning; they are into staying out of the sun. They like the look of a pale complexion. So they sit at the beach with umbrellas. Going to the beach appears to be very different in China than it is in the U.S. Their suits are much more conservative. They mostly wear one-piece suits rather than two. They ...

Beach Time!

A travel blog entry by jjessee

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We started the day eating breakfast in the hotel. I had a delicious muffin, dough bread and watermelon with the local coffee, Xinglong coffee. It is a good cup of strong coffee, better than Starbucks. It is made from the coffee plantations here in Hainan.

Belinda, Gene and I had an interesting conversation in the van. There are four dialects spoken in Hainan, as well as Chinese. These dialects are like a different language and are ...

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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Sanya, is near Binlang Ethnic Village.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Sanya Orient Bay View Hotel

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good