Sanmen Island

Sanmen Island is one of the larger islands belonging to the Wanshan Archipelago, which is located in the South China Sea just beyond the mouth of the Pearl River estuary (if one draws a large "V", each "leg" about 35 kilometers long, beginning with the city of Zhuhai on the left (just north of Macao) and ending with the city of Hong Kong on the right, then Wanshan Archipelago will lie at the bottom of this "V"). Sanmen Island is one of the few ecologically unspoiled islands of China, thanks, paradoxically enough, to the island's military history which prevented the island from becoming developed. Today, Sanmen Island, though developed as an idyllic south-sea-island getaway, remains relatively unspoiled. 

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