Nanshan Cultural Tourism Zone
Nanshan Cultural Tourism Zone is a rare, large-scale eco-cultural tourism zone themed around Buddhist culture, ecological culture, and “longevity culture.” It’s China’s biggest Buddhism-themed tourism zone and it was the country’s first listed 5A attraction.
The tourism zone features a temple (Nanshan Temple), one Buddha statue (The 108-meter Nanshan South-Sea Kwan-yin Bodhisattva Statue), two gardens (Mercy Garden and Auspiciousness Garden), one valley (Longevity Valley), one bay (Moon Bay), and the Guinness-world-record-holding Gold and Jade Kwan-yin Statue, which is regarded as a state-level treasure.
Nanshan’s beauty and its oddities are drawing more and more attention from the world. Visitors can enjoy tropical sunshine, blue ocean waters, sandy beaches, fresh flowers, and green trees, while finding spiritual comfort and experiencing the fun of returning to nature.
Nanshan Cultural Tourism Zone 南山文化旅游区
Grade Level: AAAAA
Address: Nanshan Village, Yacheng District, Sanya / 三亚市崖城区南山村
- RMB 145 per adult (peak season); RMB 121 per adult (off season)
- Free entry for children under 1.2 meters in height and seniors aged 70 or above
- RMB 73 for children from 1.2 to 1.4 meters in height and seniors aged 60 to 69
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Transport: Bus Route 16, 25, 55, 57, or Yazhou Bus Line 1
Note: Peak season: from October 1st to April 30th
Off season: From May 1st to September 30th