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Stunning view of the Guanyin statue by the beach. One day ain't enough if you do not purchase for the tram ticket. There is a famous vegetarian restaurant too and worth to have a try. A must visit in Sanya.
Nanshan ecological park. Contains the temple, the statue, longetivity valley and many more. Stunning gorgeous breathtaking. Has to be on your to do list. I got the number 25 bus here. But other numbers come also.
Cost 121 rmb walking. More if you want golf...More
Nanshan is a primarily money-making venture masquerading as a religious site. The statue of Guanyin itself is certainly impressive, but there's very little else to see here except for poor imitations of other Buddhist sites from around the world. Additionally, visiting almost anything in the...More
Be prepared to pay for entry, food,drinks, tram rides and etc approx. 300 to 500 yuan per adult person
The main attraction is the golden Guan Yin and the 108mtrs high Guan Yin.
The weather is very hot, be prepared to sweat buckets. (September)
Except for its wide, sandy beaches, Sanya has little to offer in terms of tourism, unless one wanders out into the country side. But visiting the Nanshan Cultural Tourism Zone is certainly recommended. It is located at a 50 minutes bus ride outside Sanya city....More
A very nice place in the nature. Beautiful view to sea, beach and mountains. The statue of the Guan Yin is really impressive . The place is without doubts a typical tourist spot, but despite that we liked it a lot. We came there quite...More
The Nanshan Buddhist Cultural Zone is about 40km from downtown Sanya and is "a unique large-scale eco-cultural tourism zone with an area of 50 square kilometers" - the largest cultural tourist attraction of its kind in China.
And it draws big crowds - dozens of...More
This supposedly a place of worship has been managed as a "theme park", if you insist of visiting, bring loads of cash as the entrance fee will cost you RMB150 during peak season. A visit inside the Goddess of Mercy statue will cost another RMB80!...More