Nestled in Haitang Bay, north of Sanya City in south China's Hainan Province, Wuzhizhou Island is a captivating destination for holidaymakers. Come join us on this enchanting trip to the mesmerizing island, where you'll be surrounded by picturesque views brimming with dazzling beaches, perfect palm trees and crystal blue waters.
Must-see attractions on Wuzhizhou Island
The Lover Bridge on Wuzhizhou Island in Sanya, south China's Hainan Province. (Photos: VCG)
The Lover Bridge used to be a chain bridge and functioned as lookout. Today it has become a popular tourist attraction on Wuzhizhou Island. But why it's called the "Lover Bridge"? This is because when people walked on it, the bridge always swung and ladies usually clung to their lovers tightly.
However, for safety reasons, the bridge was reconstructed into what is now, a wooden bridge. In 2013, popular Chinese film "Personal Tailor" was filmed at the site, making it widely-known by tourists from home and abroad.
Standing on top of Sunrise Rock, visitors can enjoy the stunning sunrise view.
Located on the southeast cliff of Wuzhizhou Island, Sunrise Rock is an ideal place to observe the stunning sunrise view. Standing on the top of the rock, you can appreciate the panoramic view of the island.
In addition, visitors are recommended to take a cruise trip to enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the island.
A paradise for water sports freaks
A view of Wuzhizhou Island, south China's Hainan Province.
Unique underwater natural beauty like coral reefs and brightly colored tropical fish in the warm water, Wuzhizhou Island enjoys a good reputation as one of China's top diving bases. Many resorts on the island offer internationally-recognized diving classes to the guests.
Apart from the diving experience, there are many other water sports activities available for visitors including fly-boarding and canoeing. If you are a water sports lover, then Wuzhizhou Island is your perfect holiday paradise.
Transportation: Visitors can take No. 27 bus line from Sanya Phoenix Airport, and get off at Yalong Bay Railway Station, and then transfer to No. 28 bus line to the island wharf
Entrance fee (including round trip boat tickets): 144 yuan (20.5 U.S. dollars); visitors should book tickets at least one day in advance
Opening hours: 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.; last entry at 4:00 p.m. every day