Peitian is a village from Ming and Qing dynasties. It was built by rich farmers and is still inhabited by they descendants. Many houses are open to visitors and and you can have a feeling of their way of living. They welcome you warmly, try to speak with you and are very proud to show you their family altar.
Fujian is well known for its bridges. Yunlong is one of them. It is located in a peacefull valley about 20-30 km from Liancheng. It's difficult to reach it by public transportation. A rented taxi costs about 60 yuan one fare. You may also take a motorcycle which is less expensive.
Well maintained, it was built in 18th century.
At the foot of Guanzhi Shan it is an artificial lake (dam). You can tour it in little boats (included in entrance ticket).
It's a very pleasant tour. After touring, you disembark at the beginning of Guanzhi trails.
As almost anywhere in China these kind of drivers are prone to ask you much more money than needed. They can be very aggressive, particularly the women with velo-taxi. Before using them, agree firmly on a price - they will probably asking more at arrival pretending it was longer than thought, you were very heavy, and so on.