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Hainan Local Food

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Alang Seafood Stall in Haikou

When in Hainan, seafood is something you should not miss.

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Haikou delight: Zha Zha

“Zha Zha” (deep-frying) is one of the most popular snacks in Haikou.

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Clay Pot Noodles

Clay Pot Noodles is a popular snack hidden in Haikou’s alleys.

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Explore Longshepo Street

In Haikou, a tropical coastal city in China, there is a well-known food street known to locals,

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Baoluo Noodles

When it comes to breakfast in Haikou, all kinds of noodles will pop up in our mind.

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Hainan Rice Noodles

In Haikou, locals like having different kinds of noodles for breakfast, such as Hainan noodles,

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Jishiteng mooncakes

The Jishiteng mooncakes are a new variety of Hainan-style mooncakes.

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Gongjiwan Qing Bu Liang

Gongjiwan Qing Bu Liang(公鸡碗清补凉), opened in 1981, is a traditional dessert brand in Haikou.

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Hainan Coconut Rice

Coconut Rice is a local specialty of Hainan, which is also called “Coconut Boat” due to its char

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Hainanese mooncake

Hainanese mooncake is a good example of blending the local eating habits and Su-style (Su refers

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Zaopo vinegar

Zaopo vinegar (糟粕醋) hot pot is a popular dish that Hainan people often eat all year round.

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Fried rice noodles with seafood

The local midnight snacks, such as a plate of fried rice noodles with seafood, allow citizens an