Tourist Attraction

Haikou is a beautiful place, with many places of interest and relatively concentrated tourist attractions. There are Wuzhi Mountain which is known as "the first floor of Hainan", Tomb of Hai Rui who was the honest and upright official of the Ming dynasty, Holiday Beach with outstanding natural beauty; Qiongtai Academy renowned overseas near downtown , Maanshan Crater Park having breathtaking landscapes, Dongzhai Harbor Mangrove Forest which appears the wonders of the maritime forest at high tide , and these will let tourists trip to Haikou full of charm and novelty. In addition, the emergence of a batch of famous scenic spots, like Hainan Tropical Wild Zoo, Hainan Volcanica Crater Park, and so on , makes Hainan province becoming a comprehensive tropical coastal tourist resort with Integrated sightseeing tours, business exhibitions, cultural entertainment.

1. Haikou Arcaded Streets

The architecture of Haikou Arcaded Streets was first seen in ancient Greece more than 2,000 years ago. It was popular in southern Europe and the Mediterranean area in modern times, and spread to Southeast asia.

Address: Deshengsha road, Wenming east road, zhongshan road, and Boai road of Longhua District, Haikou, Hainan province

2. Holiday Beach

The Holiday Beach is located on the west coast of haikou, about 10 kilometers from the city center, and is connected to xixiu beach park. There are many upscale seaside resorts and hotels on Holiday Beach.

Address: Holiday Beach, Binhai Road, Xiuying District, Haikou, Hainan province

3.Wanlu Garden

This park is located on the reclamation area of the north side of Binhai Road of Haikou city, and opened in January 1996, covering an area of about 83 hectares.

Address: No. 38 Binhai Road, Longhua District, Haikou, Hainan province

4.Other Top Tourist Attractions

Haikou Century Bridge

Hainan Volcanica Crater Park

Wugong Temples

Hainan Tropical Wild Zoo

Xixiu Seaside Park

Jinniu Park

Dongzhai Harbor Mangrove Natural Reserve Area

Crater Park

Tomb of Hai Rui

Haikou Fairy Cave

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