The sim info states: "欢迎来到 天涯海角 https://www.flickr.com/groups/3790255@N21/
Chinese, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Japanese, korea, korean, vietnam, thai, malaysia, singapore, sandbox. Asian and non asian are all welcome here."
This sim is owned by Laurellll. Profile notes about the sim say: "Swing by to relax, have a blast in a petal boat, or roam around in a golf cart!" [sic]
This beautiful sim has a large bay surrounded by docks and boardwalks and is backed by a plateau topped mountain. You can paddle boat or drive the carts around the lower bay area. The water has some letters in it that I am not able to read, but see below for more info. The upper area has some beautifully landscaped areas, buildings and seating areas for relaxing. There are paths all around in park like settings, a cute building around back and great lighting. Overall it's a pretty romantic explore with plenty of photo ops.
So I googled Tian Ya Hai Jiao and found some interesting info. on the first life place which I will quote here. "
Tian Yai Hai Jiao, literally "end of the world/earth" in Chinese, is a world famous seaside scenic area of Sanya, the southmost city of China. Strictly speaking in geography, the Chinese name of this scenic area runs counter to the fact, however, its artistic conception, which comes from a loyal and steadfast love legend in the ancient times, brings huge fame to it. The story goes it that a couple deep in love was forced to broke up and run away from their home because of family feud. Chased after their families, they escaped to this place; however, their love was not still forgiven and they had no choice but jumped into the sea with the wish of staying in the sea together forever. Touched by their love, later generations decided to commemorate them by carving "天涯 (Tian Ya)" and "海角 (Hai Jiao)" on the two huge rocks the couple turned to be, signifying their love will never die even in the end of the world. Nowadays, the site has been seen as a sign of romance and become a must-visit for travelers especially couples" http://www.visitourchina.com/sanya/attraction/end-of-the-world.html
I always find it extra fun to see places in Second Life that represent first life locations I'll never see in first life, and then learn a little more about that place.
And now some images, and as always, if you want to see more pics, click on one and it will take you to my Flickr page.....