SOURCE: Xinhua

In China, since ancient times, watching and enjoying the glorious full moon is one of the many traditions to celebrate the Mid-Autumn festival, which falls on Sept 8 this year. The moon on that night is believed to be the brightest and fullest of the whole year.

 

Not everyone can have the luxury of appreciating the moon by the seaside, but if you happen to live by the sea or travel to coastal places on that day, you will marvel at how nature has worked to present you such amazing wonder. You’ll see it when you watch the moon seem to slowly rise from the sapphire blue ocean, not to mention the romantic feelings you get when your feet step upon the soft sand, with your eyes shadowed with the veil-like moonlight.

 

The beaches in Hainan are ranked the top spots to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival this year. Take a look how to celebrate this beautiful holiday in Sanya:

 

Sanya’s top spots to enjoy full moon over the sea this Mid-Autumn Festival:

 

Luhuitou Park is one of the best choices to moon-gaze in Sanya during Mid-Autumn Festival.

 

Many residents and tourists celebrate the full moon with burning wax treatment on Dadonghai Beach.

 

The deck of a boat is the perfect place to enjoy the full moon off the Hainan coastline.

 

SOURCE: Xinhua

 

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