Enjoy hotsprings at RiYueGu
RyYueGu hotsprings are top end ones. The 40 et more pools are located into a luxuriant tropical garden.
The pools are hot or very hot, but you find also a swimming pool that has an adequate temperature.
The pool are aromatized: curry, lavender, roses, tea, wine, etc...
If you want to dry a bit, just lay down on hot granitic stones and have massages (foot, back, head). You can also let clean your ears.
One of the highlights is "Fish SPA": let little fishes clean your dead skins (see joined picture).
It's open from noon until 1 am. The restaurants give you dressing gown, so you are not cold. Taking photographs is not allowed in the Park.
Price is quite expensive for China: around 100-150 yuan full day.
If you want to splurge, have a room in the 5 stars hotel in front of the SPA. Each room has its own thermal bath.
The hotel has also a beautiful swimming pool.
Wan Shi Rocks
An area just east of the city with evergreen mountain views and the city's 10.3 square kilometer Botanical Gardens, a bonsai garden with a prize 300-year old Chinese elm, and displays of Chinese native flowers.
Gulangyu, the symbol of Xia Men, is a big island lies to the east of Xia Men island. There are shuttle barges available all the time, every 10mins. and 10 mins for each journey.
About 150 years ago, there were many colonizers, who from Europe, Japan and America, occupied this Island and built houses, which have become today's major tourism places.
The Fortress was built by the government of Qing Dynast, for the purpose to fight invaders from British and other countries in 1800's
The Krubb gun, now claims the biggest gun in the world, was the tooth of the fortress.
Built in 2002, the convention center is one of the most mordernized constructions in Xia Men.
The building is servered mainly for international events.