National Day Holiday in Sanya…rain or shine!
However, since you may have the time off work, there are still alternatives to sandy beaches, water sports, and sunshine. Sanya has alternate activities that can help make the storm time pass a little better. It may even be a chance to get together with family & friends and revisit traditional interests or try something new.
We’ve thought of some ways to make the best lemonade with the lemons of the holiday storm. Here are a few suggestions:
If the weather is calmer, without the heavy winds and rain, going out may still be possible. Be sure to take an umbrella and shoes that can get wet.
The bowling alley inside the Sanya Shanhaitian Hotel
Bowling – While it’s not publicized as a large, public bowling alley, there are a few lines available. This is a fun activity for those with experience as well as the first time beginner. Located in the Dadonghai area, inside the Sanya Shanhaitian Hotel, there are 10-pin bowling lanes available for use.
Address: Haiyu Lu 88, at the western end of Dadonghai. 三亚山海天大酒店海韵路88号 (898) 88211688
Arcade – This is a way to take advantage of the power of the storm….by getting your aggressions out with games at the arcade! There are all kinds of electronic games, classic games, air hockey, basketball games, and more. Play together and win some prizes.
Address: Mingzhu Guangchang (Pearl Square Mall) 7th floor, 三亚市解放三路668号明珠广场七楼 (898)88369866
Sanya Wanda Movie City in Haitang Bay
Address: Near Sanya Bay Mingzhu Dianying Cheng (Pearl Movie City) 7th floorClick here for today’s shows
Haitang Bay, east of Yalong Bay Wanda Dian Cheng (Wanda Movie City) Click here for today’s shows
KTV/karaoke – Getting the friends & family together is why the government declares a 7 day break from work. This classic Asian group activity is a way to show one’s talents in singing. There are many KTV places with varying quality decor and services around Sanya. A quick search engine query should reveal the choices nearest to you. Some hotels have a few KTV rooms within the hotel. Before venturing out, it might be best to ask the concierge.
Shopping – This might be a little obvious for the travelers in town. While some would call this entertainment, we’d like to think we are writing about activities that have a bit of challenge in them. Some places that come to mind are the Duty Free store and Summer Mall in DadonghaiSanya Duty Free Store
Tropical storm Nalgae could turn out to be the worst to hit Sanya in 6 years. Under these circumstances, it would be advised to consider safety first and remain at your residence. Besides being difficult to find transportation, walking around in powerful winds and a downpour is dangerous. No need to risk it when you can do these instead.
Board games! Yes, the classic way to have fun with others could be the bad weather savior you have been looking for. Find that game which has produced so many laughs in the past, dust it off, and share it with others.
Massages & Spas – In Sanya, there are seemingly limitless options for massage and spa treatments. Hopefully, there is one near you. Spoil yourself a little and get a service/treatment that you wouldn’t normally have. It’s a holiday time!
Eat – Uhem, err, splurging on a lavish meal is a great way to make the best of a long, rainy period. Find a place to get the tasty dishes, delicious snacks, and special drinks near you. Forget about any worries and enjoy the moment.
Practice Chinese – Similar to the workout argument, if you’re prone to putting things off that you “just can’t make the time for”, a few hours of Mandarin study might well be suited to this stay at home situation. The new phrases you learn in the time will be put to good use in the future. Why not
Obviously, turning to the internet for entertainment alternatives is easy. But that’s what most people do during any normal free time. This is typhoon free time! Surely, it deserves a bit of creativity and respect.
The author loves and has lived in Sanya for more than 2 years. If you have a chance to return to Sanya again, you might be able to take advantage of an all-inclusive Mandarin learning program on the beach.www.beachchinese.com.
SOURCE: WOS Team