Nanshan Cultural Tourism Zone is 40 km southwest of Sanya. It includes three main parks: Nanshan Buddhism Culture Park - showing you China traditional Buddhism culture; China Blessing and Longevity Culture Park - concentrating on the soul of China culture; South China Sea Folk Culture Park - exhibiting the view of South China Sea and the custom of Li, Miao minority group.
Nanshan Buddhism Culture Park is to display China traditional Buddhism culture and help people learn more about Buddhist philosophy. Its major highlights are Nanshan Temple, South China Sea Kwan-yin Bodhisattva, China Buddha culture center, etc.
China Blessing and Longevity Culture Park is to express the soul of Chinese culture and embodies the ambience of peace and happiness.
In South China Sea Folk Culture Park, visitors can enjoy the fantastic view of South China Sea, at the same time, they experience the traditional cultures of Li and Miao ethnic groups.
Nanshan is recognized as an important site in the history of Buddhism. Monk Jianzhen of Tang Dynasty (618 -907 AD) intended to go Japan to promote Buddhism for five times but all fails due to different reasons. Then he tried again, but this time he was drifted to Nanshan by the sea storm. So he stayed here, and built temples and wide-spread Buddhism. One and a half year later, he left for Japan and finally got there, accomplished his mission.
The Guanyin Statue of Hainan, also known as Guan Yin of the South Sea of Sanya, is a 108 metre tall statue of the bodhisattva Guan Yin, sited on the south coast of China's island province Hainan in the Nanshan Culture Tourism Zone near the Nanshan Temple west of Sanya. This is currently the fourth tallest statue in the world.
This pano was taken on the Buddism godness Guanyin square,where is good place to seeing Statue and sea.
http://www.easytourchina.com/scene-v179-nanshan-cultural-tourism-zone 360-degree panorama photography by yunzeng liu
360-degree panorama photography by yunzeng liu
Hainan (English name: Hai Nan). Capital: Haikou, referred to as: Joan. Hainan Province on April 13 -1988, the Seventh National People's Congress adopted the first meeting of "the decision on the establishment of Hainan Province" and "On the Establishment of the Hainan Special Economic Zone of the resolution "; April 26, 1988, the CPC Hainan Province Committee of Hainan Provincial People's Government formally. Since then, Hainan became a province of the youngest and largest special economic zone, Hainan's development has entered a new historical period. South China Sea on Hainan Island is a bright pearl, is second only to the country's second largest island of Taiwan. Hainan is the smallest land area of China, the largest province of the marine area.