The Wider Community – Haikou

Mission Hills Resort ▪ Haikou is the ultimate destination for visitors seeking world-class sports, entertainment and wellness facilities. Consistent with Mission Hills' reputation as the destination of choice for professional golfers and celebrities, the Haikou courses offer near-endless experiences for the golfing enthusiasts. Fitness fans and health-minded tourists will find an equally impressive offering of sports and wellness-related facilities, establishing Mission Hills Resort Haikou as the unrivalled choice for discerning leisure enthusiasts.

Mission HIlls' Mineral Hot Spring & Spa is yet another eminent feature beyond golf. Mission Hills Mineral Springs is Asia's largest volcanic spring. Drawn from 800 meters below ground, the spring water is rich in minerals and trace elements. This pollutant-free spring water has long been recognized for its restorative and beauty-enhancing properties. Over 150 hot and cold pools feature distinctive spring styles and healing philosophies hailed from Asia, Europe, Americas, Africa and Oceania.

Futhermore, adjacent to the MH Haikou resort, in a joint endeavor between the biggest names in Chinese film industry, director Feng Xiaogang partners with Huayi Brothers Media Group and launched a new, ground-breaking, film-themed tourism, commercial and cultural venture – Mission Hills • Huayi Brothers • Feng Xiaogang Movie Themed Town. Set on a 1,400-acre site at Mission Hills Haikou, the Movie Town is destined to be a major entertainment and commercial district. The project boasts Republican China Street, Socialism Street, Nanyang Street, and Movie Set & Landscape District, showcasing the historical revolution in Chinese architecture from the last century.

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Haikou, known as the 'Coconut City', is the capital of Hainan Province, China's second largest island. The city features beautiful sunshine, crystal water and soft sand. It is the provincial administrative center of Hainan as well being the focus of the local economy, culture and transportation. Haikou is the most populous city of Hainan province with over 2 million inhabitants, covering 2,280 square kilometers (880 sq mi).

Since 2005, according to the statistical book issued by the National Bureau of Statistics, Haikou scored the highest among China's main cities in air quality, with 366 days of ambient air quality equal to or above grade II.

Haikou links:

  • Trip Advisor
  • Travel Guide China
  • Wikitravel