Travel Blogs from Haikou
... 2 lane roads, but that
didn’t stop our driver from passing massive semis on the right hand side.
Clutching for dear life in the back of the car with no seatbelts, Matt and I
kept our eyes shut for the vast majority of the ride. We are convinced that the
driving test here is just laying down on the car horn to make sure you have the
upper arm strength to do so quickly, continuously, and quite often for no
reason what so ever.
... several times since with the inclusion of gardens, ponds and pavilions to beautify the area.
Su Dong Po Temple
Su Dong Po Temple is located in the east of the Wugong Temple and was built during the Ming Dynasty and is used to offer prayers to Su Dongpo, who greatly improved the locals cultural and historic education. When Su Dongpo was banished to ...
... the rubber trees and banyans along the coast, strolling about freely among abundant food sources of banyan seeds and worms. The nutritious food, glorious sunshine and kind climate all contribute to the fine taste of Wenchang Chicken. They are small fowl, but very fleshy with thin skin.
The traditional way to cook Wenchang Chicken in Hainan is baizhan ...
... were mostly built by the rich Chinese from the mainland and overseas Chinese who returned to their homeland. The houses are mixture of Portuguese, French and Southeast Asian style. The streets were divided into areas for selling Chinese and Western medicine, silk and tailored clothes, fresh fish and meat, ...
... Hainan’s inarguably most attractive feature is its sandy beaches and bays which are the ideal venues for all manner of water sports, from windsurfing to scuba diving to kayaking.
Sanya city was a favorite haunt of the former Chinese leader, Mao Zedong, himself an avid swimmer. It was also very popular with the Russian elite during the Soviet ...