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Q: Hello! I'm new in haikou(hainan provice)

Hello! I'm new in haikou(hainan provice) from kunming(yunnan provice). I have no friends in haikou. And don't know there at all. wanna Anyone could recommend me any interesting spot or attractions ?Thanks. 

8 years 27 weeks ago in  Relationships - Kunming

 
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try wechat, man, you can easily find people around

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Haikou is supposed to have a pretty big expat community. Check out some of the bars or Western restaurants.

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Try going to 5 finger mountain and Sanya. That's about all..

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Don't worry! You'll find some soon.

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Hi Rin "Haikou is supposed to have a pretty big expat community." Could you please tell me what's the name and which street? Thanks a lot!

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HaiDian Dao is where you'll find most foreigners. If your looking for students, try BBS bar next to HaiDaBeiMan (Hainan Uni North Gate) on a Friday night... other people you'll probably bump into in various places such as Starbucks or Gusto Coffee in GuoMao or various clubs- Song Song club near Carrefour is pretty popular. If the above fail head to Sanya on weekends, and stay in Dadonghai.... (I lived there last year and loved it, once I'd figured the place out, which probably took about 3 months)

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Thanks a lot! Sounds grest! How about  xishaqundao?

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