Hainan Island, China. If you associate China only with ancient palaces, the Great Wall of China and skyscrapers with neon hieroglyphs, then Hainan will open the other side of the country to you. This place is often called "East Hawaii" because of the coincidence of latitudes. It is always warm here, the water is more than 25 degrees, there are more than 300 sunny days. You can lie on the beach, swim, walk in the relict tropical forest of Jianfenglin Park, and study Chinese culture in the evenings. For example, the city of Sanya, the capital of the island, still returns neon signs, noisy streets and the most delicious fried rice to China.