Royal Coast Hotel

122 Luling Road, Xiamen, Fujian, 361003, China
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Renting an unshared apartment in Xiamen for the month of March

by JoeTurel

Hi there,

I plan to visit Xiamen and stay there for the whole month of March. I prefer to rent a small furnished apartment in a safe and suitable area to visitors, close to city center.

Any suggestion as to who should I approach, enabling me to safeguard an apartment before arriving?


RE: Renting an unshared apartment in Xiamen for the month of March

by Fishchen

Qingnian Yangguang Apartment is popular for vistors to Xiamen, they have several apratment buildings in 5 diffrent areas of Xiamen. Daily rate is around RMB158 (US$20) AND The monthly rate is around RMB4200 (US$5025).

RE: Renting an unshared apartment in Xiamen for the month of March

by krlsh20002000

I know the cheap hotel in downtown xiamen.The price is RMB120 yuan per day.
If you need,please call me.I'll enable you to the hotel.The hotel is furnished bathroom and kitchen.

Travel Tips for Xiamen

Homeland Taiwan, just a few KM away


You could take a short boat trip from Xiamen to have a look Kinmen. Due to anachronistic reason, people from both sides of the sea are not allowed to contact with each other for more than 50 years. Thanks to governments from both sides, now they are able to meet each other as much as they want.
Kinmen is an island under Taiwan (R.O.C) administration; while Xiamen is under Communist (P.R.C) rule. The systems are not the same. When Xiamen is trying its best to become bigger, Taiwan government decides to make Kinmen a national park to commemorate those days when KMT was fighting with Communists.
Now you may take a short boat trip departing from ferry quay, it costs RMB126/106. You will have a close look at my lovely Kinmen.

An old coastal fort - Huli Fort

by SLLiew

Huli Fort is another major tourist destination in Xiamen.

At the top of the Fort, is a panaromic viewing of the harbor including the outlying island of Jin Mei of Taiwan.

Xiamen was one of the few ports first opened to Europeans by the Qing Dynasty after the defeat of the Opium War to the British. This cannon fort was not at par to handle the "hairy barbarians". Ironically, the cannons were actually German made.

Beautiful resort city - Xiamen

by gordonye

Xiamen (Amoy) is one of the most beautiful and pleasant sea-side cities in China. Its balmy weather, scenic coast and islands, and clean and orderly streets are wonderful. The resplendent villas originally built by Europeans and rich Chinese merchants in 19th century on Gulangyu island gives it a historical charm that happily marries its spectacular setting.


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