Hainan, China offers Visa-free policy for 59 Countries

Have you ever dreamed of visiting the beautiful places in China but worrying about the visa process?




Well this is a great news for all of us!

If you are interested in traveling and exploring amazing places in China, we are glad to share you the great news that starting May 1st, citizens from 59 countries can visit Sanya, Hainan Island for up to 30 days without a visa. Up to now, travelers from the 59 countries were attracted by the "free visa policy" for Sanya and since then many have visited this beautiful tropical island.

Did we mentioned that the Hainan beach are pretty awesome?!






The 59 counties that enjoy the visa-free access to Hainan include:

Russia, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Norway, Ukraine, Italy, Austria, Finland, Netherlands, Denmark, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Belgium, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ireland, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania, United States, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Kazakhstan, Philippines, Indonesia, Brunei, Monaco, Belarus, UAE, and Qatar.

And yes, our third-world passport Philippines are also included in this new policy!

Isn’t that exciting?!

Under the new policy, either groups or individuals from these 59 countries can visit Sanya, Hainan Province for 30 days visa-free as long as they book their tours through travel agencies registered in Hainan Province and approved by the China National Tourism Administration.

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It's more convenient for entry without excessive immigration control. The extended stays enable visitors to deeply explore and experience the magnificence of Sanya, the world-class tropical paradise. 

Located at the southernmost city of Hainan island, in China, Sanya is a popular holiday destination for global people with tropical climate and unique Chinese island culture. In Sanya, travelers will discover lots of sun-kissed tropical beaches that are perfect for relaxation. If you are an adventure lover, there are many water sports and beach activities available to you, including diving, surfing, jet skiing, and parasailing. If you are looking for various seafoods and local tropical fruits, don't miss out the Sanya First Market. Besides, it is filled with vendors that sell local products, clothes, souvenirs and much more. if you like hiking and mountain-climbing, Luhuitou Park is a good choice for you to see the panoramic view of Sanya on top of the mountain and interact with the adorable wild animals alongside the road.



I heard that Sanya, Hainan is like a combination of Florida and Hawaii, so it is best place to have our tan and enjoy the beautiful beaches.

Okay ladies, time to pack our bags and let’s go to Sanya, Hainan! Don't worry because there is a direct flight from Manila to Hainan via Hainan Airlines


To learn more about this wonderful tourist destination, please visit

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sanya.China/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/VisitSanya
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/visit_sanya/


Have you been to Hainan Island?






20 LOVES AND COMMENTS:

  1. Hainan China is a good place to visit, my friend recently went there and was in awe of their food and said its so soothing. I plan on visiting the place soon. Sadly, Sri Lanka is not in the list of 59 countries. Third world country passports hmph...

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    1. My passport is also belong to 3rd world! I want to visit Hainan soon and in the process of learning the visa application. Hope it is a smooth process.

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  2. This is the first time I am hearing about this island in China. Seems like a lovely place. How wonderful that visitors from all the 59 countries can travel visa-free.

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    1. I agree! This island enjoyed a tropical weather that mimics Florida and Hawaii.

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  3. Sad to see India doesn't fall under that policy. But if I ever plan a visit to China, I will definitely try to visit this island.

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    1. Oh really. I still need to thoroughly check the guidelines for us Filipino tourist travelers.

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  4. The pictures look beautiful. It is surely a great place to get soaked i sun. Sad that India does not feature in the list.

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    1. I see. Hope they will include on the next policy.

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  5. Ok, so russia is in the list! Hell yeah! Now I can travel there easily. I wanted to include china in my transsiberian trip and now it came easier.

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    1. That is awesome! I want to read your next China trip.

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  6. Looks like an amazing place to visit especially now with it's new visa free regulation

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    1. I know right! And surprisingly I check the hotels and they are also affordable.

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  7. Sad to see that India doesn't fall under this category :( . It's such a pretty island.

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    1. Yeah I also wonder. Hopefully they will amend soon.

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  8. I am always grateful that the United States has such a strong passport so that I am able to travel to multiple destinations throughout the world!!

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  9. Sounds cool. Congrats that your Philippines is also in the list. Unfortunately my India isn't! We still need a visa!

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    1. Oh really? India should included too! Hope they amend it. And hope they made it more relaxed soon.

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  10. I have never been to Hainan before but recently this place, Sanya is so popular among mainland Chinese people, especially those who live in the north part of China. I watched it in the Chinese drama Sanya is a great summer getaway!

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    1. Yeah it is and the weather is so nice and tropical.

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