The people of Danzhou, a city in northwest Hainan province, have a special liking for local steamed buns. A few dozen different types of bun are popular in the city, such as Danzhou's white steamed bun and green rice cake.
A nice breakfast including Lingao Rice Noodles and black pudding is an essential part of daily life in Lingao, a northwestern county in Hainan province.
Baoluo Rice Noodles is named after Baoluo town in Wenchang city, and are similar to Hainan Rice Noodles.
This popular local snack originated in the Haikou area.
Fried sesame balls are commonly known as "bags of treasure" in Hainan.
One of Hainans most traditional snacks would be the unusually made radish cake.
Coconut milk is a wonderful ingredient that provides the soup with true Hainan flavor, and shows the deep connection between Hainan and Southeast Asian Cuisine.
Rice noodle rolls are a very popular Hainan breakfast item. Filled with bits of meat or vegetables, the rolls are then eaten with soy sauce or hot sauce.
Surrounded by the South China Sea's abundant seafood resources, Sanya boasts some great restaurants serving great fresh seafood.