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List of township-level divisions of Hainan

This is a list of township-level divisions of the province of Hainan, Peoples Republic of China. After province, prefecture, and county-level divisions, township-level divisions constitute the formal fourth-level administrative divisions of the P ...

                                               

Nada, Hainan

Nada is a town in Danzhou city, Hainan province, China. Nada was established more than 400 years ago, and has been the administrative seat and urban center of Danzhou since 1958. It has a population of 220.000 as of 2010.

                                               

Puqian

A road running from the port at the west to the southernmost point of the main road is lined with tong lau buildings similar in style to those of Haikous Boai Road area and those on Wennan Old Street in Wencheng Town, Wenchang. While the Boai Roa ...

                                               

Sanjiang, Hainan

Sanjiang is a town in Meilan District, in the southeastern suburbs of Haikou, Hainan, Peoples Republic of China, and is located 16 kilometres southeast of Haikou Meilan International Airport. As of 2011, it has one residential community and eight ...

                                               

Shilu, Hainan

Shilu Town is the county seat of Changjiang Li Autonomous County in Chinas Hainan Island. It is known for a major iron ore deposit, which has been worked since the Japanese occupation of the island in the early 1940s.

                                               

Tuncheng

Tuncheng is a town and the administrative seat of Tunchang County in Hainan, China. It lies along the G224 highway, about 80 kilometres from Haikou. The town is characterized by a number of botanical gardens with water features. There are also cr ...

                                               

Wanling

Wanling is a town under the administration of Qiongzhong Li and Miao Autonomous County, Hainan, China. As of 2018, it has 3 residential communities and 18 villages under its administration.

                                               

Wanquan, Hainan

Wanquan is a town under the administration of Qionghai, Hainan, China. As of 2018, it has two residential communities and 16 villages under its administration.

                                               

Yacha, Hainan

Yacha is a town of Baisha Li Autonomous County, Hainan, China. As of 2018, it has 5 residential communities and 13 villages under its administration.

                                               

Yinggen

Yinggen is a town and the seat of Qiongzhong Li and Miao Autonomous County in the centre of Hainan. As of 2018, it had 5 residential communities and 16 villages under its administration. The Baihuashan Waterfall is located nearby.

                                               

Dazhou Island

Dazhou Island is a state-level nature reserve located about 5 km off the coast of Wanning, Hainan, China. This protected area covers 4.36 square kilometres, and comprises three mountains spanning two islands. These mountains, the tallest of which ...

                                               

Dongzhai Harbor

Dongzhai Harbor is located in the northeast of Hainan Province, China. This water body is bordered by Haikous Meilan District at the west and Wenchang at the east.

                                               

Haidian River

The Haidian River runs through Haikou City, separating the main part of and its northern part Haidian Island, in Hainan province. Its tributary is the Nandu River. There are three bridges that cross the river: Heping Bridge 和平大桥 connects Chan ...

                                               

Haikou Bay

Haikou Bay is a bay on the northern coast of Hainan Province, China, in the Qiongzhou Strait. It is named for Haikou City, which is situated on the coast. This shallow Bay extends approximately 12 km from its Eastern boundary at the northwestern ...

                                               

Haitang District

Haitang is a county-level district under the jurisdiction of the city of Sanya, Hainan province, China. The district was established on 12 February 2014.

                                               

Jiazi, Haikou

Jiazi is a town in Qiongshan District of Haikou, Hainan, Peoples Republic of China, located more than 45 kilometres southeast of downtown Haikou.

                                               

Jiyang District, Sanya

Jiyang is a county-level district under the jurisdiction of Sanya city, in Hainan province, China. The district was established on 12 February 2014.

                                               

Longhua District, Haikou

Longhua is one of 4 urban districts of the prefecture-level city of Haikou, the capital of Hainan Province, South China. The districts total area is 300 km 2, and its population was 440.000 people in 2002. In shapo reservoir is located within thi ...

                                               

Macaque Cave

The Macaque Cave simplified Chinese: 猕猴洞, traditional Chinese: 獼猴洞, pinyin: Mihou Dong is a karst cave located on the Macaque Ridge 猕猴岭 outside Dongfang City, Hainan, Peoples Republic of China.

                                               

Port of Yangpu

The Port of Yangpu is a seaport located within the Yangpu Economic Development Zone, Yangpu Peninsula, Hainan, China. It has 25 berths with 15 shipping lines in Singapore, Vietnam and the middle East, and is the largest import and export port in ...

                                               

Sun and Moon Bay

Sun and Moon Bay, also known as Riyue Bay, is located approximately 25 km south of Wanning, Hainan, China. It is around 4.5 km long, and has been the site of numerous surfing events. The Sun and Moon Bay Haimen Tourism Area is located here. The s ...

                                               

Tianya District

Tianya is a county-level district under the jurisdiction of the city of Sanya, Hainan. The district was established on 12 February 2014.

                                               

Walker Shoal

Walker Shoal, also known as Manbu Ansha is a shoal in the Macclesfield Bank, in the South China Sea. There are no Islands, no land above sea level, no settlements, not residents of the region. The least depth shown on the sea chart, 5 yards 30 m ...

                                               

Wuzhizhou Island

Wuzhizhou Island is located off the coast of Hainan Province, China. This 1.48 square kilometre island is situated within Haitang Bay, approximately 30 kilometres northeast of Sanya, between Nanwan Monkey Island to the north, and Yalong Bay to th ...

                                               

Xiuying District

Xiuying is one of 4 urban districts of the prefecture-level city of Haikou, the capital of Hainan Province, South China. The districts total area is 512 square kilometers, and its population was 290.000 people in 2002.

                                               

Xiuying Fort

Xiuying Fort simplified Chinese: 秀英炮台, traditional Chinese: 秀英砲臺, pinyin: Xiùyīng Paotai) is located in Haikou City, Hainan Province, China. It was constructed in 1890 by the Qing government to counter the threat of the French. It was use ...

                                               

Yagong Island

Yagong Island is an island in the Crescent Group of the Paracel Islands, in the South China Sea. It is also known as "He Duck", due to its shape. It is located a few hundred metres SW of Observation Bank, Bãi Xà Cừ) in the NE of the Crescent Grou ...

                                               

Yazhou District

Yazhou is a county-level district under the jurisdiction of the city of Sanya, Hainan. The district was established on 12 February 2014, and is Sanyas westernmost district.

                                               

Zhongsha Islands

The Zhongsha Islets is a Chinese term for a collection of two skerries, many entirely submerged banks, seamounts, and shoals in the South China Sea. There are in fact, no islands in the Macclesfield Bank, the main part of Zhongsha. The Scarboroug ...

                                               

Hawaii (island)

Hawaii anglicized Hawaii hə- WY -ee) is the largest island located in the U.S. state of Hawaii. It is the largest and the southeasternmost of the Hawaiian Islands, a chain of volcanic islands in the North Pacific Ocean. With an area of 4.028 squa ...

                                               

Ahalanui

Ahalanui is the name of an Ahupua’a and was the Hawaiian name for a Beach Park in the district of Puna. During the 2018 lower Puna eruption the area was covered by lava.

                                               

Ainapo Trail

The Ainapo Trail was the primary route to the summit of Mauna Loa from prehistory to 1916. The trail began on the southeast flank at 2000 feet of elevation and reached Mokuaweoweo, the summit crater, at 13.200 feet. It was sometimes called Menzie ...

                                               

Hamakua

Hāmākua is a district on the northeast coast of Hawaiis Big Island, administered by the County of Hawaii in the state of Hawaii. It is also the name given for the coastline in the region, the Hāmākua Coast ".

                                               

Hilo District, Hawaii

Hilo is a moku or district on the Big Island of Hawaii in the State of Hawaii, U.S.A. In the current system of administration of Hawaii County, the moku of Hilo is divided into North Hilo District and South Hilo District. Hilo is located on the E ...

                                               

Kau, Hawaii

Kaū is the southernmost district of Hawaii County, Hawaii, located on the island of Hawaii. Kaū was one of the six districts of ancient Hawaii on the island known as Moku. It includes the areas of South point Ka Lae, Hawaii overlooking the ocean ...

                                               

Kaupulehu, Hawaii

Kaūpūlehu is the site of a historic settlement on the west coast of Hawaii island, the largest of the Hawaiian Islands. Devastated by a lava flow, the area is now the home of luxury hotels such as the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai.

                                               

Keauhou Holua Slide

Kāneaka Hōlua Slide which is better known today as the Keauhou Hōlua Slide is located in Keauhou on the island of Hawaii. It is the largest remaining hōlua course left in the islands, which needs to be better maintained and preserved as a usable ...

                                               

Kiholo bay

Kīholo Bay is located in the ahupua`a of Pu`u Wa`awa`a in the North Kona District on the Big Island of Hawaii. the land surrounding the bay is flanked to the South by a lava flow from Mount Hualalai ca. 1801 and another flow from Mauna Loa in 185 ...

                                               

Kohala, Hawaii

Kohala is the name of the northwest portion of the island of Hawaii in the Hawaiian Archipelago. In ancient Hawaii it was often ruled by an independent High Chief called the Alii Nui. In modern times it is divided into two districts of Hawaii Cou ...

                                               

Kona District, Hawaii

Kona is a moku or district on the Big Island of Hawaii in the State of Hawaii, known for its Kona coffee and the location of the Ironman World Championship Triathlon. In the current system of administration of Hawaii County, the moku of Kona is d ...

                                               

Mahukona Light

Māhukona is a former settlement on the island of Hawaii. The extinct submerged volcano Māhukona, off shore and to the south, is named for this area. The settlement was once the terminus of the Hawaiian Railroad.

                                               

Puna, Hawaii

Puna is one of the 9 districts of Hawaii County on the Island of Hawaii. It is located on the windward side of the island and shares borders with South Hilo district in the north and Kaū district in the west. With a size of just under 320.000 acr ...

                                               

Waiākea-Uka

Waiākea-Uka is an ancient subdivision in the Hilo District of the Big Island of Hawaii, located mauka of the Waiākea ahupuaa, its location is on the lower flanks of the volcano Mauna Loa. Because of this, one meaning of the name Waiākea-Uka can b ...

                                               

Waiakea, Hawaii

The name comes from wai ākea in the Hawaiian Language meaning "broad waters", and sometimes what is now called Hilo Bay was called Waiākea Bay. Waiākea is home to many and has its own schools. It stretches for miles and ends at Waiākea-Uka the ar ...

                                               

Queens Bath

The Newly Recognized Queens Bath is a unique tide pool on the island of Kauai, Hawaii. The pool is a sinkhole surrounded by igneous rock. It is located on the north shore of Kauai in the town of Princeville, at 22°13′44.9″N 159°29′15.0″W. Small f ...

                                               

Big Bog, Maui

The Big Bog on the island of Maui is the largest high-altitude bog in the Hawaiian Islands. It is on the border between Hāna Forest Reserve and Haleakalā National Park. It is alleged to be one of the wettest places on earth, with a reported annua ...

                                               

Kahakuloa, Hawaii

Kahakuloa is an area on the north side of West Maui, Hawaii. It is home to the isolated picturesque community of Kahakuloa Village, two churches, Lorraines Banana Bread and Banana Cream Pie, Julias Banana Bread, Karen Leis Gallery, Bruce Turnbull ...

                                               

Omaopio

Omaopio is a farming area on the slopes of the volcano Haleakala on the island of Maui. The western side of Haleakala is commonly known as Kula. In Kula ridges of land run up the slopes of the volcano. Omaopio refers to a ridge of land that conta ...

                                               

Mokuula

Mokuula is a tiny island now buried beneath an abandoned baseball field in Maluulu o Lele Park, Lahaina, Hawaii. It was the private residence of King Kamehameha III from 1837 to 1845 and the burial site of several Hawaiian royals. The 1-acre isla ...

                                               

Nāpili

Nāpili is located on the west side of the island of Maui. It is considered to be a satellite town of Lāhainā, located approximately 10 kilometres to the south. The town is among the driest regions on the entire island, owing to its position on th ...

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