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Q: What is the best place to spend the winter in China?

I only saw Guilin which I liked and Yangshou. Where are some good places to live for a winter ? A place with no snow.

10 years 11 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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hainan i here is great but i think i spelled it wrong. guangzhou shenzhen would be the next on my list. doesnt get too cold but people who live there might say otherwise. but i spent 2 years in -20 C winters.

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I go to Thailand in the winter.
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Guangzhou gets pretty cold. Hainan is awesome. I'd avoid the city of Sanya though. They're building a huge military base and movement outside the city is limited in some places.

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Zhuhai is nice near Macao. Macao and Hongkong are also good choice.

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Best place to live in winter is Hainan, no question, Guangdong has a few good spots for winter, Zhanjiang and Dongping, Yangjiang, to name a few plus nice small Islands....

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I really liked Guilin.but I did not see many cities,,,,, I do BS alot,,,,, truthful,,i retired early,,don't need to work, it might make staying easier,,,, but never really gave much thought to going another country,,, so maybe I should,,, which one?? whats the dif ?.

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