Kaichu Road, Uruma

Take a scenic drive along Kaichu Road, a road connecting Okinawa and Henza Island. The 4.75 km (2.95 mi) road bridge crosses the ocean and smaller islands, and represents one of the largest constructions of its kind in the continent. The views either side make the journey a breeze, while the engineering of the structure itself remains something to behold. Halfway along the route stands a parking lot with various facilities, including a museum, shops, and restaurants. Take the opportunity to stop, stretch your legs, and take photos. By using our Uruma holiday planner, you can arrange your visit to Kaichu Road and other attractions in Uruma.
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  • Wide road flanked by sea continues endlessly. While there is no signal, so like run highway. It is recommended, to drive peacefully along the way, there is gazebo and path station, so.
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  • I comfortably in the intently straight roads to too fast road car is strongly 踏nnja not likely to be so careful. See also spread a beautiful blue sea on both sides, I'm windsurfing. Loud in good weather, summer was good as songs he drives.
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  • Is the road leading from the main island in miyagijima, Hama-Higa Island, scuba, I pull the tide is not recommended. Please run during fair weather, tide
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Several resorts and mid-range hotels dot the coast of Uruma, or lie on one of its offshore islands. You can also find a number of budget-friendly lodgings nearby. Most establishments offer cozy, private rooms, indoor or outdoor pools, and spa treatments. Some visitors opt to stay outside of town at one of the bustling resorts on Okinawa's coast, overlooking the South China Sea.
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