In a narrow sense, it is a hidden sand in the South China Sea, which is part of the Nansha Islands. In a broad sense, it is Zengmu Group, a group of reefs composed of Zengmu reef dunes, Baxian hidden sand and site hidden sand, which is the southernmost part of China's territory.
I'd like to go there. Zeng Mu Yinsha. South China Sea.
I was in Kujin, Malaysia, and Zeng Mu was only about a kilometer away from Hinsha.
It's worth visiting. This is a very famous island in Sansha.