Sanya, the southernmost city in China, is trying to make itself into the Miami of the East as part of a plan to attract more tourists from home and abroad, Xinhua News Agency reported. 
 
Judging by its hotels, though, Sanya may already be a step ahead of the city of pink flamingos and South Beach. 
 
Plans now exist to complete 40 five-star hotels in five years in a 19-kilometer stretch of Haitang Bay in Sanya. According to reports, half of them will be operating before 2015, almost doubling the number of hotels in the city. The massive construction project in the coastal city is a prime example of what’s happening throughout China, as international and domestic companies move quickly to build luxury hotels, the news agency said. 
 
SOURCE:
chinaeconomicreview.com
 
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