Hainan is an island province at the southernmost part of China, just across the Gulf of Tonkin from Vietnam. “Hainan” literally means “South of the Ocean.”
Hainan is China’s smallest province, and also the largest island under the jurisdiction of the People’s Republic of China. Hainan is also the only island province administered by the PRC.
Hainan’s climate is tropical, characterised by hot and humid summers, with mild, pleasant winters. Temperatures usually range from 24-35°C in the summer, and 19-25°C in the winter.
Today, it is undergoing heavy tourist-oriented development with various international hotel chains establishing resorts, especially in the Sanya area. These days, many wealthy Chinese from the northern provinces own second homes in Hainan, where they move to in the winter to escape the bitter cold that characterises much of northern China. It has been popular with Russian tourists for decades. Now it is being promoted as “China’s Hawaii”. The entire island has been declared a Special Economic Zone.
Warsaw (WAW) – Haikou (HAK) – Warsaw (WAW)
Meilan is a great choice for travellers interested in hot weather, sunshine and friendly locals.
This property is also rated for the best value in Haikou! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.
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Price starts from 33 Eur night pp
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