Host City: Haikou City, Hainan Province, China
Haikou: an International Coastal and Waterfront City of Gardens
Haikou, known as the "Coconut City", blessed with the most stunning historic and cultural richness, is home to artistic old streets of arcades and a romantic landscape of colorful neon signs and tranquil lining coconut trees.
Haikou is an ecological city brimming with tropical waterfront scenery and elegant urban vibe of island. Featured by year-round warm weather, Haikou is a paradise for travelers with its overwhelming array of amazing natural landscapes such as the mangrove forest and volcanic cluster geo-parks, and numerous historic sites such as Temple of the Five Lords.
Key Tourism Resources of Haikou
Haikou boasts unique tropical tourism resources that promise great potential, featured by a perfect mix of natural scenery, tropical plants, cultural monuments, ethnic customs, hot spring and beach. The culture-rich city is also the capital of Hainan Province and home to the convergence of Central and Southern Chinese civilization.
Arcaded Streets, Holiday Beach, Leiqiong Volcanic Cluster National Geopark, Hainan Tropical Wildlife Park and Botanical Garden, Wanlv Garden, Temple of Five Lords, Bell Tower, the Dongzhaigang Mangrove Forest, Baishamen Park, Mission Hills Volcanic Mineral Springs, Huayi Feng Xiaogang Film Commune in Longhua, Haikou Century Bridge
Haikou enjoys an annual average temperature of about 20°C (68°F). The rainy season lasts from May to October, making November to the following April the peak tourist season.
Known as the "Healthcare Paradise", Haikou enjoys the unique tropical oceanic climate in China suitable for vacations at any time of the year.
Haikou is blessed with rare quality seawater, beaches and sunshine.
Haikou is studded with world-class sports centers and international golf courses.
Haikou boasts world-class coastal volcanic clusters.
Haikou features distinctive regional cultural richness that represented by a perfect mix of celebrity culture, red culture and ethnic culture.
Haikou's unique, exotic tropical plants are unparalleled in China.