Sanya's remote position as the "tail of the dragon" has historically made it difficult to reach. Only one large road connects Sanya to the mainland and the traffic can become very heavy in peak hours. The construction of a railway station has eased the journey for many visitors, who can skip the traffic by arriving by train.
Once inside the city, the area is easy to negotiate on foot and bicycle, but the comprehensive bus network and a good fleet of taxis are also available.
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