A bit after sunset and well in to the AM hours, Sanya city’s streets are filled with small barbeque stands, noodle stands, and other snack vendors. Not to be missed is Sanya’s ¥0.5 crispy tofu skewers flavored with green onion and seasame seeds (even if you do not like tofu normally, try this, it is amazing) and delicious fire-roasted eggplant. If you do not like spicy, be sure to inform the cook! If you do like to eat spicy food, you are in for a treat.

Tropical fruits are cheap and common. Pineapples are attractively peeled, but beware that they may be dipped in likely unclean water throughout the day and just before the final sale so they will look more fresh.

Hainan is famous throughout China for its coconuts and they are worth trying, especially the red coconuts (红椰 hóng yē). Away from the beach, expect to pay about ¥3 for a coconut. Prices increase as you get closer and you may end up paying about ¥15 for a coconut on the beach.

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