Hyton Hotel Sanya

Address: No.134 Yuya Avenue, Dadonghai Bay, Sanya, Hainan, 572021, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on No.134 Yuya Avenue, Dadonghai Bay, Sanya, is near Binlang Ethnic Village.
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Travel Blogs from Sanya

Sanya Shopping - What to take from the lovely dest

A travel blog entry by catalinaforbes on Jul 27, 2015

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... markets feature products of a wide range and offer shopping options from small street stalls all the way to massive department stores. Some of the most highly regarded products in Sanya are the pearl and crystal products. These products are particularly loved due to the superior Nan pearl that is produced from this region.

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Let's go to the beach, beach

A travel blog entry by lianerose on May 26, 2015

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... really nice hearing and seeing the sea. Catherine and Andreas had heat stroke from the sun unfortunately so it was an early night.
The next day we ventured to Yalong Bay - the plush, resort-y area of Sanya, where all the rich people go, along with two guys from our hostel. The taxi dropped us off at the touristy area and it was really busy, which we didn't like... so we walked further along the road and decided to try our luck at getting onto a private beach. ...

And then the holidays started

A travel blog entry by abeanabroad on May 22, 2015

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... by one of the bigger ones... A bit further out it was lovely but unfortunately the swimming zone wasn't huge. We went between the beach and the sea for the rest of the morning before deciding we were too hot and wanted a drink. There were lots of bars and restaurants around and we found probably the most atmospheric in the strip which had wooded tables and old bottles with light bulbs in for the evening under a huge wooden sloped roof. A coconut, some watermelon juice and ...

Cruisin in Style through SE Asia

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Mar 20, 2015

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... Luckily we had already been through places like Istanbul, Tanzania and India so we were prepared to haggle when the tuk-tuk driver wanted to charge us more than $10USD for a 5 minute ride. According to Bree’s guidebook the ride should cost us no more than $2 or $3 so we went back and forth for a while until finally we settled on $2 and headed off. When we arrived at the beach area we were a little underwhelmed, especially compared to the beautiful beaches of Koh Samui ...

At sea towards Phu My

A travel blog entry by gwaddy on Mar 19, 2015

En route to Phu My the nearest port to Ho ChI Min (Saigon) city. Normal lazy mix of eating sun bathing and sleeping. Amazing and interesting interview with the Captain who must have been a junior officer aboard the Countess when we travelled years ago! Formal gala night tonight with ...