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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.
If the island of Hainan had a defining flavour and dish, it would surely be a big bowl of noodles.
Delicious and with history to reveal, the noodles have been part of many a celebration in Hainan.
As a soup, Hou’an Rice Noodles is the perfect appetiser to get your day off to a great start.
Typical of tropical destinations, taro is the star ingredient of one of Hainan's most famous snacks.
A snack enjoyed by all ages, it brings to the table the best of Chinese traditions and flavours.
A typical island dish, is something that is sure to reignite your interest.
An iconic symbol of Hainan's rural life, the ox is an ingredient in gastronomy.
Originally a farm snack, Coconut Rice has become a trendy dish amongst Hainanese and visitors alike.
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.
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.
With its seaside location, the coastal capital is the home of seafood.