He Jia Hotel Xiamen

66 Wenyuan Road, Siming District, Xiamen, Fujian, 361004, China
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Xiamen and Shantou

by LoveItAll

End of the month will arrive in Xiamen for 2 days. Then proceed south to Shantou in Guangdong Prov for another three days. What can we see or visit on the way to Shantou and how long is the trip? What is the distance like by car? We are a family and what are the places of interests for these two cities?

RE: Xiamen and Shantou

by ellyse

If you have enough time to make a detour, see the Hakka roundhouses along the way.

Re: Xiamen and Shantou

by cremark

Would like to go Shantou in early Feb 08. Would like to fly by Silkair to either Xiamen / Shenzheng. Which city is shorter journey to Shantou?

Re: Xiamen and Shantou

by LoveItAll

Xiamen is a very clean and beautiful city. You should stop there. From there it's only about 4 hours by car to Shantou.

Re: Xiamen and Shantou

by ellyse

Shenzhen -- Shantou 336 km by road, 572 km by rail.
Xiamen -- Shantou 267 km by road.

Re: Xiamen and Shantou

by cremark

Thanks for info.. as travelling with my elderly parents to visit relatives in Shantou, would like to make journey smooth and hassle free for them (total 5 adults and 1 kid). As travel time from Xiamen to Shantou takes 4 hours by coach, will there by frequent stops for nature call? As this is a main concern for my parents, was wondering if better to charter a small coach bus instead. Any contacts for charter coach ? Where and how do I get to Xiamen long distance bus terminal from Xiamen Airport? Any hotels to recommend for Xiamen and Shantou. Thanks very much!!

Re: Xiamen and Shantou

by ellyse

You don't need to go to Xiamen downtown to go to Shantou. There're long-distance buses from Xiamen airport itself. Schedule (correct as of August 2006) is 0855/0955/1055/1225/1355/1455/1555/1655/1855/2025, 90 RMB/pax.
As for your toilet question, I'm pretty sure it should stop once enroute. Even if it doesn't, simply empty your bladder before you board the bus, and limit your fluid intake during the ride! Very simple answer there!

Re: Xiamen and Shantou

by ellyse

Xiamen airport onward long-distance transport: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1d57/f384a/9/
Walkway from Xiamen airport to the long-distance buses: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/p/m/35c452/
Long-distance bus office at Xiamen airport: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/p/m/35c453/

Re: Xiamen and Shantou

by cremark

Thanks very much for info.

Travel Tips for Xiamen

Wooden carp drum

by SLLiew

At Nanputuo temple, this beautifully carved and brightly colored hanging carp drum caught my eyes.

It reminded me of the one in my hometown Penang at the Kek Lok Si temple. Similar wooden carp drums can be found in Buddhist temples from Japan, Korea, Taiwan, China to Malaysia and Singapore.

The carp is also associated with the dragon in Chinese legend.

The wooden carp will be sounded at sunrise and sunset in many Buddhist temples. Often this is preceeded by the procession of monks to the main hall for prayers.

NanPuTuo Temple

by cheekychic

Nanputuo Temple sits at the south foot of Wulao Peak (Five Elders Peaks). The temple's magnificent complex ornate structures were built over 1,000 years ago in Dang Dynasty. Nanputuo Temple's halls and pavilions sprawl across the Five Old Men Mountains like an oversized Chinese miniature landscape. There are many giant statues of Buddha in this temple. It is also home of a few hundred monks.

The new Chinese Miami - well not yet

by beaverk

"Warm, no pollution, friendly folks,"

Xiamen is kind of like Hong Kong as it has an island part and a main land part. I spent my first trip there mostly on the island part. Went to some really nice southern Chinese restaurants. Went clubbing. Took a boat tour to the Taiwanese shore line. Got foot massage. And basically had a lot of fun! People were friendly. Everything was cheap. Weather was warm. I was in t-shirt during the day and a long sleeves at night. Lots of spanking new beach front and ocean front apartment complex. New expressway over the ocean circle the island. Sub tropical climate with ocean breeze.

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