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Guinness world record for narrowest island beach between river and sea, according to tour guide.
V interesting indeed to see the contrast. Interesting geography. Really hot. Many stalls selling pineapples, sunhats. Many beach motorbikes. Don't get ripped off like us. Shld be rmb50 for 30min,...More
We headed to the town of Bo'ao in the afternoon, not to visit the Boao Forum for Asia, but its Jade Belt Beach [玉帶灘]. The beach is where three rivers flow into the South China Sea, so it is where saltwater and fresh water meet....More
Before reaching the beach, there will a guide in the boat explaining the place and it's quite fun. This beach actually is not so bad with the sea water and fresh water meeting together at the beach. Was quite disgusted with the vendors holding the...More
Just on the beach off Boao we came across this sea food restaurant called Sea Story.
The decor, decking etc was all built from recycled fishing boats and littered around it were old boats put to rest.Unfortunately our schedule didn't allow for a meal but...More
We took a 10 min ride ferry from Boao forum building to the beach.
The weather was windy and there are several souvenir stalls you can purchase some goodies back for your friends. (The more you buy, the more you save).
Dont forget to have...More
a short boat ride from asian forum building drops you off on this beach, which is filled with people selling fruit and trying to get you to take photos with sea turtles and a crocodile for money. the beach itself is rough and quite a...More
It's just nothing but a boat ride. The beach separates the the river and the sea which makes 2 different colors of sands of beaches. The boat rides takes a few minutes only (I think 10 mins more or less). Spending money and time is...More
Filled with hawkers and people exploiting and abusing Sea Turtles. You can hold one and take a photo but these animals are being abused and held captive until they die. This is blatantly illegal as they are a protected species and are endangered. Take a...More
Wind was decent and we were a long way from most tourists, although had to dodge a few locals scraping for shellfish. Locals don't seem to mind kites as much as some westerners.
Beach is nice away from the crowds.