Haikou Fort

Located in the Xiuing district of Haikou the fort was constructed in the 17th year of Emperor Guangxu’s reign (1891) during the Qing Dynasty to resist a threatened invasion by the French.

Xiuying fort consists of five towers, Zhenwu, Zhendong, Gongbei, Dingxi and Zhenwei, which are in a line from East to West and face the sea to the North. Together with the Humen, Wuson and Daqukou forts, Xiuying fort is one of four famous forts from the late Qing Dynasty.

Opening times: 6 days a week 08:00 – 17:30 (closed on Thursday)
Ticket Price: 10 yuan per person
Address: 海南省海口市龙华区世贸南路5号 秀英炮台