The hike up to the top was arduous so it would be helpful to be armed with water and sunblock lotion, coupled with good footwear. There are a good amount of locals who visited the place when I was there but not many tourists. There are routes to lead you up to the top but when I was there (Dec 2015), there were construction works going on, which led my family and me to travel by (quite literally) the road less taken. It appeared to be quite strange to us that nobody was hiking up this tiring route like we were until we found out about the shorter (and safer) alternative at the top.
The view was beautiful, though a nature lover would certainly prefer it more. The weather was also great in the hot sun with the cooling breeze enveloping us every now and then.
If you enjoy nature and outdoor activities, it would be the perfect attraction to visit for you would not want to miss out the peaceful and marvelous sight Hainan has to offer. For those leaning towards less strenuous activities, then it may not be the sight for you.
Also, we took a short cable car ride to the start of the hike and then only climbed from there so an entrance fee and a fee for the ride is required.
There are also people taking photographs of you and your family on the cable cars, then making personalised keychains out of the pictures at a relatively cheap price. Be sure not to miss that offer if you're one for memorabilia
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