Yanoda Rainforest Cultural Tourism Zone in Sanya.
Ya, no, and da originally were used to indicate in words the numerals "one, two, three" in Hainan dialect. Yanoda Rainforest Cultural Tourism Zone gives new meanings to these words: "Ya” means innovation, "No" represents promise and "Da" refers to practice. The concept of Yanoda here intends to perpetuate the native cultures and exhibit the essence of Chinese traditional culture.

Yanoda has two theme parks, Rainforest Valley and Dreamworld Valley. All spots are connected by 18km of inner ring roads using American battery-powered cars, high-class shuttle buses and plank roads alongside cliffs. Rainforest Valley contains six rainforest wonders such as strangling plants, flower baskets, blossom of old Stems, great roots, intertwined vines and huge stones embraced by roots.

All these natural scenes symbolize the essential features of the five major rainforests in Hainan Island. In the valleys, the plank roads lead to the deep forest, the stone staircases twist up at both sides of the huge rocks, and the steel hawsers cross up to the mountain through the waterfalls. Visitors here can feel tranquility and the mystery in the deep forest.
SOURCE: China.org.cn
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