• Clearwater Bay

  • Perfume Bay

  • Tufu Bay

  • Water Sports

  • Biking

  • Hiking

  • Fishing

  • Diving

  • Golf

  • SPA

  • Sour Noodles

  • Cherry Tomatoes

  • Guangpo Chicken

  • Seafood

  • Coconut Chicken Soup

  • Ji-Shi-Teng

  • Tri-Coloured Rice

  • Five Legged Pig

  • Qing Bu Liang

  • Betel Nut

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  • MIAO ETHNIC MINORITY

  • LI ETHNIC MINORITY

  • Sour Noodles

    Lingshui Sour Noodles are one of the county’s true local delicacies. Across Hainan there are various varieties of sour noodles, but Lingshui’s are the most unique and delicious. Here in Lingshui the Sour Noodles have a sour, spicy and sweet flavour. Rice noodles, a sour sauce is added and then topped with other ingredients such as fishcake, salted fish, dried beef, squid and garlic. In order to give the noodles a spicy kick Yellow Lantern Peppers can also be added.

  • Cherry tomatoes

    Cherry Tomatoes are one of Lingshui’s most famous and well known crops. The tomatoes are especially sweet thanks to the comfortable Lingshui climate. The tomatoes can be enjoyed on their own or as part of a tropical fruit salad.

  • Guangpo Chicken

    Guangpo Chickens are characterized by their yellow appearance – small and plump with yellow feathers and skin. The meat is boiled until tender and served with a sweet ginger sauce.

  • Seafood

    Due to Lingshui’s proximity to the coast seafood is widely eaten and available in most restaurants.

  • Coconut Chicken Soup

    One thing you’ll notice in Lingshui is the endless supply of coconuts! While there’s nothing better than drinking fresh coconut juice in the summer. One of the most popular ways of eating coconut in Lingshui is to cook chicken in a soup made with the coconut meat.

  • Ji-Shi-Teng

    Ji-Shi-Teng is made of a kind of wild vegetable mixed with sticky rice to form small sweet dough balls. The dough balls are then boiled in a sweet soup of brown sugar and ginger to create a sweet soup like dessert.

  • Tri-coloured rice

    Cherry Tomatoes are one of Lingshui’s most famous and well known crops. The tomatoes are especially sweet thanks to the comfortable Lingshui climate. The tomatoes can be enjoyed on their own or as part of a tropical fruit salad.

  • Five Legged Pig

    The Five Legged Pig is a unique hybrid species of pig found on Hainan. With its short legs and a long snout which creates the illusion that the pig has five legs while it is scouring the undergrowth for food. The pig trotters are a commonly eaten dish in Lingshui; the taste is fragrant, the skin is thick but not oily and the meat is firm.

  • Qing Bu Liang

    Qing Bu Liang is perfect for eating on a hot summer afternoon in Lingshui,. There are many different versions of the dish but it often consists of mung bean, red bean, lotus seed, barley, sago pearls, lily, red date, apricot, longyan, and coconut. These ingredients are then added to a sweet chilled soup and served.

  • Betel Nut

    Walking around Lingshui you’ll notice the locals chewing on betel from morning to night. The nut is not eaten, but chewed for a short amount of time. If you haven’t tried it before you might feel a little dizzy after eating it for the first time!

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