Carbon-free trip to Boao: Yudai Beach

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Yudai Beach is located in Qionghai City, Hainan Province, China. /APC

Yudai Beach is located in Qionghai City, Hainan Province, China. /APC

With a winding coastline and pleasant weather all year round, Yudai Beach in Qionghai City, China’s southernmost province of Hainan, is an 8.5 kilometer long natural peninsula.

Also known as Jade Belt Beach, it has been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as “the narrowest beach peninsula separating the sea from the river” and where the Wanquan River enters the sea.

Yudai Beach is located in Qionghai City, Hainan Province, China. /APC

Yudai Beach is located in Qionghai City, Hainan Province, China. /APC

Visitors can take Qionghai Bus No. 13 from the Boao Forum Asia (BFA) International Convention Center. Shuttle buses run from Qionghai Bus Station to Boao Water Town, where people can take a 10-minute boat ride to the beach.

In addition, new energy vehicles are becoming more and more popular in the city, coinciding with the green organization concept of BFA’s annual conference this year.

“About 300 of the service vehicles are new energy vehicles, and the proportion will increase year by year,” a local official said.

A total of 145 charging stations have been built in and around hotels in the central event area and a “green energy trading system” has been established for the first time, the Hainan Daily reported Monday. The system will ensure a 100% green power supply for the hotel sites.

Read more: Live: View of Jade Belt Beach in Boao

(Cover image designed by Yu Peng)

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