The largest duty-free store in the world has recently opened in Sanya, Hainan. The entire store is 720,000 square meters, and total investment exceeded 5 billion RMB.
The store sells watches, luxury bags, jewelry, cosmetics and skin care products, from over 300 international luxury brands. For some brands, including Prada, Armani and Rolex, this is their first entry into the mainland Chinese duty-free market.
There are also a lot of local brands, including Hainan special products, restaurants and other entertainment options. In order to ensure a pleasant experience for everybody, there are three free bus lines going between Sanya city and the duty-free shop, one every 30 minutes.
The buses will depart from Dadonghai’s Square, the Sanlongwan District and multiple hotels and will run between 09:30 and 20:00 to the shopping multiplex and back.
Add: 118 Haitangwan Beilu, Haitangwan District, Sanya
Tel: 400 6996 956
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