"Everyone here has enjoyed the hospitality of China and the Hainan Island people" said Jordan. "We have surfed a variety of breaks and the consistency and quality has been been very good -- the beaches, accommodation and all round facilities are top class and we will definitely endeavor to work with the government officials here in Hainan with the view to running an ASP event in 2011."Well, we'll definitely be looking forward to hitting the beach and checking out some more top class surfing in Hainan at those events next year. China's favorite tropical island has been making a bit of a name for itself in the world of action sports in China. Coming up later this month is Asia's biggest kitesurfing event, the Haikou in the north, the competition is a platform for the region's riders (amateur and pro) to showcase their high-flying best and help push forward the prospects for kitesurfing in China. Follow the links for more related China Travel content on surfing in China and kitesurfing in China.
Hainan Island guide