I would like to recommend a visit to Hainan Island, located in the southernmost part of China.
In China it's tourism on steroids and this 88-square-kilometre resort is no exception.
Paul Chai visits Hainan and finds himself in 1940s Shanghai.
Sitting between two of her sons, frail and wrinkled Pan Xianying does not at first glance look like a tourist attraction.
Beaches and resorts fringe a rainforest hinterland on Hainan, a laidback tropical getaway south of Hong Kong, writes Rachel Browne.
Mark Juddery discovers clean air, white beaches and a fast train on Hainan in the South China Sea.
The Hawaii of the East has become a magnet for a growing middle-class, writes Ardyn Bernoth.
Whether you're looking for a quick getaway or hoping to get away from it all, we've found the place for you.