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Hainan Local Food

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Aged Salt Lemonade

Perfect to be served chilled and enjoyed with nice company on a summer evening, the‘Aged Salt Lemonade’ is a rising start amongst Haikou's most popular drinks.
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Hainan Noodles

If the island of Hainan had a defining flavour and dish, it would surely be a big bowl of noodles.
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Lingshui Sour Noodles

Delicious and with history to reveal, the noodles have been part of many a celebration in Hainan.
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Hou’an Rice Noodles

As a soup, Hou’an Rice Noodles is the perfect appetiser to get your day off to a great start.
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Sweetened Taro

Typical of tropical destinations, taro is the star ingredient of one of Hainan's most famous snacks.
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Tian Shu Nai

A snack enjoyed by all ages, it brings to the table the best of Chinese traditions and flavours.
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Spicy Soup and Rice

A typical island dish, is something that is sure to reignite your interest.
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Hainan Yellow Ox Meat

An iconic symbol of Hainan's rural life, the ox is an ingredient in gastronomy.
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The Coconut Rice

Originally a farm snack, Coconut Rice has become a trendy dish amongst Hainanese and visitors alike.
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Zao Po Cu

If you go for a stroll through Puqian town's streets and alleys in Haikou, you'll always be able to sense Zao Po Cu soup.
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Baoluo Rice Noodles

If breakfast is the most important meal of the day for you, you can consider yourself a true Hainanese by trying out Baoluo Rice Noodles.
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Seafood in Haikou

With its seaside location, the coastal capital is the home of seafood.