Haikou New Port (Chinese: 海口新港; pinyin: Hǎikǒu Xīn Gǎng) is a seaport in Hainan, China. Formerly known as the Inner Harbour, this port is located on the southern side of the mouth of the Nandu River 7 km east of Haikou Xiuying Port. It is a main distribution centre for cargo entering Hainan, including seafood, with a wholesale fish market located at the far eastern end. It is also a major port for immigration onto Hainan Island.
The site was first used as a seaport during the Song Dynasty. In 1953, the port was structurally improved with the addition of cement foundations. In 1973, the Guangdong provincial government invested nearly 200 million RMB for an expansion of the site. Improvements included increasing the depth of the water, which had been reduced due to silting. Storage facilities, a yard, and waiting room were also added, to increase the capacity of the port to 40 million tons annually.
The fish market at the eastern end provides seafood for markets and restaurants throughout the city
A fish market is located at the eastern end of the port. It provides seafood to markets and restaurants around the city. Large seafish are sold as well as squid, shellfish, and smaller fish. Adjacent are various buildings related to this market. These store and process fish, and produce ice blocks to be chipped and sold to the dealers.