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Dining

Hainan-style cuisine is relatively mild on spiciness and sweet with an array of fresh ingredients that make it easy for tourists to love. For seafood lovers, Sanya offers best-in-class options.

What to eat

Wenchang Chicken
First produced in Wenchang City, the dish is made from organic chicken. After cooking with specific ingredients, it tastes crisp, tender and fragrant. It is prepared in bite-sized pieces. Wenchang Chicken has earned a good reputation for its delicate taste among customers over the world.†All star-rated hotels and the major Hainan style restaurants in Sanya serve this dish.

Jiaji Duck
Jiaji Duck, another local specialty, features thin-skinned, crisp bones, and tender meat duck. The prepared meat looks fatty but it is not greasy.

Dongshan Mutton
So called because this dish originated from Dongshan Mountain in Wanning City, it is known for its tender meat and savory soup.

Hele Crab
This golden, well-cooked crab appears shiny with distinct aroma. Hele Crab tastes best when it is steamed and served with ginger, garlic and vinegar. It maintains the original taste of the crab and tastes especially fresh and delicate.

Where to eat

Dongjiao Yelin Seafood Restaurant
Add: Yuya Avenue, Sanya
Business Hours: 11:00 – 14:30 17:00 – 22:00
Tel: 0086898-88210999/88213338

Chunyuan Seafood Square
Add: Chunyuan Road, Sanya
Business Hours: 16:00 – 24:00
Tel: 0086-898-88181102

Panglong Seafood stall
Add: 14 Jiangang Lu, Sanya
Business Hours: 11:00 – 24:00
Tel: 0086-898-88880833/88268588

Feipo Seafood Restaurant
Add: Shengli Road
Business Hours: 16:00 – 24:00
Tel: 0086-898-88181102

Gaolao Seafood Stall
Add: Within Jiangang Road, Sanya Wharf, Sanya
Business Hours: 24 hours

Sea-based Homestead
Add: Opposite to the Olympic shooting Center, Hongsha port, Sanya
Business Hours: 11:00 – 22:00

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