The Chinese island of Hainan has proposed permitting foreign tourists access to sites that are usually censored across China, such as Facebook and Twitter.
The idea has sparked outrage online among Chinese citizens, calling the proposal a double standard that would give foreigners special privileges that Chinese citizens are denied.
Hainan is nicknamed China's Hawaii thanks to its beautiful beaches and resorts, and it set to become China's largest free trade zone. This latest proposal is the latest in a series of reforms aimed at attracting more investors and tourists.
The island has already introduced visa-free travel and made it easier to use foreign credit cards.
The proposal entails the creation of "foreign tourist gathering spots" where visitors would be able to use banned social media sites, according to a copy of the proposal posted on the provincial government's official website.