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Wyndham Grand Plaza Royale Hainan Longmu Bay

  • Longmu Bay, Hainan Province
  • Ledong, 572541 CN
  • +08 98 85598888
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Things to Do Near the Wyndham Grand Plaza Royale Hainan Longmu Bay Resort

Guests of the Wyndham Grand Plaza Royale Hainan Longmu Bay hotel and resort enjoy many fun and relaxing amenities and activities onsite, including swimming, sunbathing, spa treatments, fine dining, lavish gardens and much more.

But, when in Rome, do as the Romans do!

In other words, adventure travelers love to get out and see the lush greenery, grand spectacles and historic ruins that pepper the tropical countryside of Hainan Province. If you've selected this upscale, full-service resort as your home base for adventure travel destinations in Hainan, you're in store for terrific sightseeing, bookable through the hotel concierge. Hainan Island is truly a one-of-a-kind exotic locale, and you can see most of it within one to two hour's drive of this retreat hotel.

Jianfengling National Forest Park (20 km)
As the largest and best preserved tropical forest in China, Jianfengling Park is also one of the five largest forest areas on Hainan Island. Unspoiled expanses of tropical vegetation, exotic birdlife and beautiful rare plants cover more than 47,000 sq km of hiking space. Be careful not to startle the reclusive cloud leopard or the black crowned gibbon, indigenous and exclusive to Hainan. Jianfengling Park is one of the last undisturbed eco-treasures on Earth.

Hainan Yingge Sea Salt Field (20 km)
Bright and almost electric in appearance, the Yingge Sea Salt Field is one of the largest of its kind. Established in 1958, this crescent-shaped bay attracts visitors eager to witness the conversion of sea water to usable salt.


Yazhou Ancient City (60 km)
Built during the 5th and 6th Centuries, Ancient Yazhou was long the capital of its district and a trading and political center for hundreds of years. Originally constructed of clay bricks, only ruins remain today; though many remnants still stand as testament to the glorious foundation of Hainan Island and its cultures.

Nanshan Temple (60 km)
The Nanshan Temple in Sanya is a Buddhist temple named for neighboring South Mountain, long believed to be a lucky spot on which to gaze eastward upon potential good fortune and happiness. Though not an ancient site - the temple was built on the 2,000-year anniversary of Buddhism in China in 1988, it is nonetheless a sight to see. Occupying 66 acres, it is one of the largest Buddhist preaching sites in the world. The Nanshan Temple's most striking element is perhaps the Golden Jade Kwan-yin Statue, standing 135 meters high and covered with 100 kg (221 lbs.) of gold and silver, as well as 130 carats of South African diamonds and jewels.

Sanya Dongtian Park (60 km)
Located near the Nanshan Temple, Sanya Dongtian marks the southernmost designated holy land in China. Enjoy hypnotic blue-green views of the sea, misty mountain vistas and no-less-than-intimidating grottos. For 800 years, this park has been considered an unparalleled scenic spot in one of the world's most scenic destinations.

Tianya Haijiao (80 km)
Since 1988, thousands have visited this romantic setting, which translates as "the furthermost part of the sky and sea." Tianya Haijiao gets its name from antiquated beliefs that the sky was square and therefore finite. The Chinese had long believed that Hainan Island, and Tianya Haijiao in particular, was the precise location on earth where the sky ends against the edge of the ocean. Stone carvings dot the tranquil terrain at this beach destination, popular with couples as a truly spectacular wedding ceremony location.