Yalong Bay National Resort, Sanya
 
The rapid increase in the wealth of China’s rich is fueling the country’s travel boom. Check out the top 10 destinations in China most favored by the millionaires and billionaires.
 
In 2010, travel is still the biggest spending by China’s 960,000 millionaires and billionaires, according to Hurun’s latest report on the country’s luxury traveler market. On average, these rich people take a 15-day holiday each year, with 3 trips made to foreign lands.
 
Following are the top ten preferred domestic holiday destinations by the country’s millionaires and billionaires.
 
Sanya topped the list followed by Hong Kong, Yunnan, Qingdao, Shanghai, Tibet, Macao, Dalian and Beijing and Hangzhou.
 
Dubbed "the Hawaii of China", Sanya is the southernmost city in the country. This tropical paradise is noted for its sunshine, blue sea, fine beaches, warm climate, lush forests, rich wild life, hot springs, caves and ethnic cultures. Sanya has become even more popular after the famous Chinese romantic comedic film If You Are the One 2 was shot here. The duty-free shopping opportunities also add to the glamour of the city.
 
The top options to spend vacations are the Yalong Bay, Sanya Bay, Dadonghai Bay, Xiangshuiwan Bay, and Haitang Bay. The 7.5-kilometer-long Yalong Bay, with its white sandy beaches, crystal-blue waters and unparallel beauty, is honored as the "First Bay in the World". It’s also the hottest coastal attraction in China. For water sports activity enthusiasts, the Wuzhizhou Island will satisfy their desire of challenging the ever-changing sea. Other must-see spots include the Tianya Haijiao(the edges of the heaven and the corners of the sea), Daxiao Dongtian(Fairy Caves), Nanshan Temple, Luobi Cave, and the Deer Turning Head Park.
 
Travel Tips:
Best time to visit: September to April
Local snacks: Sour bean soup, Hainan rice noodles, black bean rice, coconut rice, and Sam Bo Luong(a herbal type dessert)
 
 

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