If you are planning to enjoy a view of tropical scenery during the National Day holiday, Qionghai in Hainan is a suitable choice, as it will not be as crowded as Sanya, and also offers interesting places to see.


Qionghai, located in the east of Hainan province, is called a garden city. It has many natural gardens and traditional towns to enjoy.


Here are some recommendations:


1. Old Nanyang Cafe


It is a famous café in nanyang (Southeast Asia) style, where you can taste the authentic nanyang coffee. The inside of the café has a retro-look. The building features a mix of Southeast Asian and modern architectural elements. Its colorful complex brings visitors true enjoyment.


As Qionghai is a large hometown of overseas Chinese who emigrated to Southeast Asian countries, there are many nanyang-style architectures in the city.


2. Bar Street in Bo’ao


As a permanent site of the Boao Forum for Asia, Boao town enjoys great fame. There are gardens, tourism villages and seaside to take a look. Top recommendation is the Bar Street along the seaside. Bars here have large spaces and offer seats along the beautiful seaside. With cool wind blowing and good wine flowing, it’s a wonderful experience.


3. Fishing boat in Tanmen


If you want to enjoy the sea faraway from land, you can choose to take a fishing boat. The fishing boat not only provides a spectacular view of the sea, but also offers a glimpse into the fishermen’s life is. Tanmen county has the only natural deepwater bay in the east of Hainan and is noted for its fishing industry. Spend one day with a fisherman and experience his life. This will make your trip more meaningful.


4. Snack at local restaurants


Good food is always an important part of a perfect journey. Qionghai has many traditional snacks that taste delicious. If you come here, go to local restaurants, such as Yuanxiangren (local residents), to enjoy some traditional snacks like Jishitengbazi (Chick shit-shaped rice ball mixed with coconut milk).


SOURCE: China Daily


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