I would skip it in favor of other locations, especially if you don't speak Chinese. Beach and ocean were nice, but few amenities. Only way to enjoy yourself is to stay at an expensive resort.
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Beach is quite long, about 30 minutes from Phoenix Airport by car. It has clean white sand, few rocks in some places. The water is so so since it is in the town. In some areas there are some umbrellas. Often there is wind and...More
Sanya has little to offer except a stretch of so-so beach and four buildings that light up at night. Basically, there is almost NOTHING to do in Sanya that is worth spending ANY money on. Have a day trip, eat a nice fish meal in...More
Sanya as a city doesn't have much to offer, and this bay is also nothing amazing. The water is a bit dirty. Saying that, it is still better than the majority of Chinese beaches, even better than the famous Silver beach in Beihai (which is...More
If you look for a long wide beach where you are actually allowed to swim and you can even find a spot of privacy then Sanya Bay is the place. Might be a bit low key but drive all the way down towards the Airport...More
Sanya is a holiday place for Chinese and also quite a few Russians. Very hard to find anyone speaking English and their ATMs don't accept mastercard. We had huge difficulties because we arrived assuming we could get local currency from an ATM at the airport....wrong....More
The beach reminds me so much of Waikiki beach. It's on the edge of the city and like Waikiki it is normally very busy. The water isn't as clear though but the views are nice. You can get a nice view of Phoenix Island in...More
For being named after the city itself, very underwhelming walking down the promenade. Airplanes constantly flying over due to the airport being located at the North end of the bay. This bay out of all the other bays should represent the city in a proper...More
There are nice beach and quiet water here! However , too many people ,too noisy Fortunetly, there are 10 km beach with coconut trees! The locals call it YeShuChangLang!