Thanks to the iPad, travelers in Sanya, a seaside resort town in Southern China, won't have to worry about paying too much for their seafood, says a report in China Daily. After an increasing number of complaints about excessive charges at local restaurants, government officials tried to curb the pricing practices by requiring restaurants with more than 15 tables to use the iPad to process food orders.
I just got back from a week-long vacation. We were staying in Tel Aviv, Israel, which meant lots of walking and cycling (I took my Brompton), plus day trips. Which in turn meant traveling light. The iPad is perfect traveling compani... Read Post
Anantara Sanya Resort and Spa has opened on the southernmost tip of China’s Hainan Province situated between a lush mountain region and the South China Sea. The seaside property has 122 rooms and suites, including a number of pool v... Read Post
The local government in the popular coastal resort of Sanya in southern China’s Hainan province has decided to introduce a centralized digital food ordering system to prevent the city’s seafood restaurants from overpricing. Seafood ... Read Post