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2013-4-15

China is a very safe country for travellers. However, as when travelling anywhere, it is best to be wary of theft and pickpockets, especially in crowds. Western tourists are often targeted by pickpockets, so to keep your cell phones, cameras, cash, passports, credit cards, and other valuables safe it's best to carry them in interior, zipped pockets and pay close attention when you are in public areas.

Leaving your bags or bikes unattended for any length of time is not recommended.

Local traffic patterns may be quite different from what you are used to. If you plan to drive or bike please exercise caution, and take the approprate safety measures. Always buckle up in a car and wear a safety helmet while biking!

Watch your step while walking on the sidewalk. There may be unexpected uneven tiles, holes, and puddles of unsavory origins. Keep an eye out for electric scooters on the sidewalks – they are silent and move fast!

When crossing the street it is best to find a crosswalk and wait for the green crossing signal. Be aware though, that cars may not stop even for pedestrians crossing on a green signal.

We hope you have a safe and enjoyable vacation in Hainan!

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