Sanya features long summers and short warm winters, making this a beautiful city to visit anytime of the year. A tropical paradise, complete with fresh seafood, white sand beaches and more coconuts than you can count.
Being one of the furthest cities from the capital of China, it has long been known in Chinese as ‘The End of the World.’ It borders Lingshui county in the east, Ledong county in the west, Baoting county in the north and the South China sea on the south, and has a resident population of about 685,000.
The city features 19 bays and ports, the main bays are Haitang Bay, Sanya Bay, Dadonghai Bay, Yalong Bay and Moon Bay. Sanya also has 40 islands, the largest of which, West Island, is just over 2 km across.