The master plan for the new portal of the city of Sanya provides an upgrade for heavy traffic areas between the station and the centre located South. Sanya City is located on the island of Hainan, which has increasingly become a desirable tourist destination for its tropical climate beaches. The importance of this budding destination is conveyed through its design to residents and visitors upon arrival to the station. A new passage running parallel to the railway station connects commercial and catering establishments on several levels, accessible by ramps and staircases.The central green axis which emanates from the station forecourt forms the core of the design. Starting from the full width of the station front, it tapers gradually towards the centre, creating an impressive view of the sequence of buildings in the direction of the sea.In order to promote less motorised traffic to the city centre, both axes are exclusively accessed by foot or bicycle. These then lead to a platform in front of the station, where access routes for buses, cars and taxis are located on a lower level. A ramp leads under the main traffic artery through to the green corridor, which is dominated by tropical vegetation. The diagonally woven route is a modifiedcontinuation of the urban texture creating a seamless transition into the groomed landscape smoothly integrating the flow of pedestrians through surrounding transit paths of the green axis. The diagonally woven route seamlessly transitions into the groomed landscape as a continuation of the urban texture. The route smoothly integrates pedestrian traffic from the surrounding areas into the steady flow of the green axis.