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The only place I could eat, because all I had to do was to point when ordering. Very few in Haikou speaks anything else but cantonese. Not even mandarin, I have read somewhere.
Favorite Dish: Their local recipe hamburger, a triple one, spicy, and ice coffee, really good!
Written Oct 21, 2005
Address: Center of Haikou
Carrefour, already well established in the major cities of the mainland, has opened its first store in Haikou. The French-run store spread over two floors has just about everything imaginable and is the "hot spot" for the locals to spend their money. And spend they do! Don't go over the weekends as the checkout lines are long and slow.
What to buy: There is a huge range of just about everything. I bought video CDs, DVDs of western movies, foodstuffs of local origin, Chinese tea, and coconut products for which Hainan Island is well known.
What to pay: Prices are reasonable as can be expected from hypermarkets.
Written Feb 19, 2007
Its 388-metre-high peak is the best place from which to watch the sun rise. The mountaintop also affords views of historic temples and stone houses. One intriguing spot for visitors is a huge 20-tonne stone which stands three metres high on the ridge.
Written Oct 9, 2004