Fujian Sheng Travel Guide

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Xiamen

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186,670,68

Fuzhou

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24,65,76

Quanzhou

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48,112,26

Hongkeng

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30,195,0

Nanjing

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33,152,0

Pingtan

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5,10,0

Longyan

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29,67,9

Wuyishan

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7,30,17

Huzhou

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1,8,21

Anji

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0,0,26

Emeishan

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1,19,12

Jinjiang

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0,2,13

Gulangyu

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3,33,0

Xian Shan

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13,37,0

Yanqing

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Ruian

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Sanming

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Penghu

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1,4,0

Lianfeng

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7,20,0

Chongwu

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3,35,0

Zhangzhou

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0,0,10

Xiamen

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8,13,105

Xiamen

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  • Live music and nightclubs in Xiamen

    Xiamen Nightlife

    If you are looking for live music with food and your favourite tipple then head to Hai Wan gong yuan whilst you are in Xiamen. Located at the sea front and overlooking Hai Cang on the mainland it is a great place to sit outside and enjoy the fresh air. At one end is the Me & You 2 bar serving draft beers along with pretty good pizza's and a live...

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  • Pan Pacific Xiamen

    Xiamen Hotels

    Wonderful Sofitel comfort in beautiful Xiamen. Services excellent. Room service good. Nice and...

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  • Bar Street

    Xiamen Nightlife

    Guan Ren Lu is the main go-to bar street in Xiamen, and the oldest (ask a taxi driver to take you to "Marco Polo" and the bars are behind the hotel). The first bar on the street was the Orient bar and is still open for business and serves Tiger and Murphys on draft as well as the usual array of bottled beers and spirits. The Londoner was the second...

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Fuzhou

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  • Shsnfan qixiang the traditional high end...

    Fuzhou Things to Do

    The area is rebuilt hardly to be recognized by myself left there after Mao era ended. It is joyful to see the shops offering food, art or crafts and so on. The must seen are those traditional house of famous figures in Chinese modern history. The house layout flows a certain pattern. Behind gate there is an area tianjin means sky well, literally...

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  • Lakeside Hotel

    Fuzhou Hotels

    $90 US dollars a night HUGE rooms - 2 double beds, loveseat, 2 chairs, dresser and desk, plenty of...

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  • Xi Chan Temple Grounds

    Fuzhou Things to Do

    This is an extraordinary active Buddhist Temple grounds. After being in the bustle of modern China, this is a step back into a truly peaceful, serene setting. The grounds are quite extensive, comparable to the size of a University. There are many buildings to duck in, beautiful craftmanship in every detail. You are allowed to take pictures in most...

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Quanzhou

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  • Kaiyuan Temple

    Quanzhou Things to Do

    This temple is old and very interesting and has a nice serene atmosphere to it. I don't think the style is typical in fact it looked a little more "western" than other temples we have visited. The walls of the pagodas are faced in murals which reminded me a bit of India or of Angkor Wat. The gardens are lovely and peaceful,with old people playing...

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  • Quanzhou Hotel

    Quanzhou Hotels

    I already stayed in this hotel twice. Good locaion, near 24h shop with food and stationary. Also...

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  • Guandi Miao Temple

    Quanzhou Things to Do

    I don't know why this temple is not so famous as the Kaiyuan Si because we found it to be very interesting.The temple is very old and has an ornate roof in the typical style of South Fujian with colourful animals and dragons. Outside are many people selling incense and praying. There are also a great many beggars whom we found rather pushy,more so...

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Hongkeng

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  • Hongkeng Tulou: The Palace of Goddess

    Hongkeng Things to Do

    The Palace of Goddess enshrines Matsu Goddess of the Sea. It was built during Emperor Jieqing a reign in the Qing Dynasty over 200 years ago. In the past, many villagers went out to sell tobacco cutters and shredded tobaccos or went abroad to make a living. They prayed for the blessing of Matsu and regarded Lin Mo, Matsu with the same surname as...

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  • Hongkeng Tulou: Yu Cheng Lou

    Hongkeng Things to Do

    Yu Cheng Lou, Lin's residence, was constructed in the year 1875. First year under the reign of Emperor Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty. The square Tulou faces the east, and covers an area of about 1,500 square meters. The front part of the building is 3 stories in height while the rear part is 4 stories. The building is 9 bays in width in the front,...

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  • Hongkeng Tulou: Water Wheel & River

    Hongkeng Things to Do

    Almost all the Tulou villages have a river or stream including Hongkeng Tulou Village. The local use the water in the river to water their agricultural and to do laundry. Tourists enjoy the beauty of the stream and take the opportunities to take photo scenery. The Hongkeng Village does not have a beautiful stream like Yun Shui Yao or Ta Xia...

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Nanjing

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  • Yun Shui Yao: Huai Yuan Lou

    Nanjing Things to Do

    Huai Yuan Lou is located north of Yun Shui Yao. I walked from the south of Yun Shui Yao, and walked along the ancient path toward north to reach Huai Yuan Lou. It looks beautiful of this tulou house from far with the surrounding greens and mountains. This is one of the beautiful tulou houses in term of the main entrance decoration. I did not visit...

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  • Yun Shui Yao: The Ancient Path

    Nanjing Things to Do

    This would be the first impression of Yun Shui Yao or the main entrance, the stone bridge that connects to the other side of the village, the river with a beautiful stream, and a roll of old shop houses with a theater stage toward the end. There is a famous Chinese movie filmed in this location known as Yunshuiyao, which means a song for cloud and...

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  • Yun Shui Yao: Pu Shan Village

    Nanjing Things to Do

    The Pu Shan Village is a small village opposite He Gui Lou. It is inside Yun Shui Yao, away from the main river of Yun Shui Yao. This is an example of Fujian village that made of out of tulou houses of different shapes and sizes that has not been explored to be visited by tourists. I walked into the village, I could see the green vegetable fields,...

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Pingtan

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  • Booking beofre you go!!

    Pingtan Warnings and Dangers

    I thought Pingtan is not a very popular place for tourists, I think it would be enough just go there and find a hotel to stay. But I was really wront!! Although there are plenty of hotels in the city center, but all of them are full! My friends and me walked in the city about an hour and couldn't find a hotel to stay. And if you can book in...

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  • Taxi

    Pingtan Transportation

    There are no buses between the sights, and don't expect to find the place easily even if you are driving your own. The direction is very complex, even more in some area if you let your taxi driver leave, it won't be easy to find another taxi to return. the best way I suggest is you make a deal with taxi driver, that he will responsible for taking...

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  • PingTan: Beach

    Pingtan Things to Do

    There is a beach 10 mins away from city center. But unlike other places in Pingtan, this beach wasn't well maintained, there are some dirt on the sand. But still, the sand is very soft. Suggest go there during the night, least people there and you can have BBQ dinner just next to the sea. :)During the day, there are various program organized on the...

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Longyan

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  • roselle?

    Longyan Local Customs

    We saw these flowers in many places. Both the red calyx and inner fruit are useful. The former can be a color component to lipstick and the latter used to make chinese medicine.

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  • Centron International Hotel

    Longyan Hotels

    Jiuyi South Road, Xinluo District, Longyan, Fujian, 364000, China

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • trip on motorcycle

    Longyan Transportation

    As it's in mountain area the better choice for travelling between earth buildings is to take motocycle. What's more is that the drivers are locals they can be your guides. They know what you are interested in and will provide good introduction and recommendation. Do remember to bargain with them.

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Wuyishan

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  • Local chinese

    Wuyishan Favorites

    i did not note down the name of the hotel that i stayed. anyway, its a bad experience. staff wasnt friendly, unhelpful and bad service. Nothing much on the breakfast too.not only we complain on the our hotel service, other tour group members also complain their hotel too. i guess all the hotel staff there are really unfriendly. nothing great about...

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  • Wuyi Mountain Villa

    Wuyishan Hotels

    Wuyigong Wuyishan, Wuyishan Fujian China, Wuyishan

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Couples

  • Bamboo Seats

    Wuyishan Tourist Traps

    Unless you are not an avid adventurists, do not be lazy and be carried by two guys on these bamboo seats. It may be less strenuous, but you do not see the true beauty of Wuyishan. Apparently, these guys take a back route to the top of the peak.

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Emeishan

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  • Mount Emei

    Emeishan Things to Do

    Hiking the mountain is a strenuous endeavor; although there are paved step paths to the summit, the trails are very steep in places, and hiking from Wannian Monestary to the Golden summit is about 30 km. Distances between accommodations can be large, so be sure that you'll be near one at sundown. Snow covers much of the top 18 km well into spring,...

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  • Hongzhushan Hotel E*Meishan

    Emeishan Hotels

    Left Side Of Baoguo Temple, EMEISHAN, China, 61420

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Solo

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Gulangyu

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  • Listen to a piano concert in the Museum

    Gulangyu Off The Beaten Path

    It's possible to listen to a 10 minutes concert on an old piano (ours was 80 years old) in the Museum. One of the ward staff did it. It was good.Ask the staff to know when the next concert will take place.

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  • Lively beaches

    Gulangyu Things to Do

    On weekends the beaches are very alive. Chinese discover the sea pleasures as did the French in the 1936. I swam in November, the sea was hot and clean (this is not allways the case).

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  • Walk the Island

    Gulangyu Things to Do

    Walk the little streets of the Island, admire the old palaces and rest under one of the big trees. Tourists shops abound and sell the usual stuff. Chinese tourists buy a lot of dried seafood, a specialty of Gulangyu. We were there on a Saturday. It was very crowded. But the tourists walk the same streets - where they find shops - quit the beaten...

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Xian Shan

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  • Lack of indoor heating

    Xian Shan Warnings and Dangers

    If you're not staying at 5 star hotels - you may come to find that there is no indoor heating. Not just hotels but other public buildings like the the train station.I had to wear all the pants and tops I brought with me and I bought some clothing while I was there - the winter is quite chilly there...be prepared.

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  • Staring

    Xian Shan Local Customs

    There's very little western influence here and not as many tourist travel this far north. I was contstantly stared, pointed and snickered at. Extremely rare to find anyone who speaks English and if you go up to someone to ask something next thing you'll know you've drawn a sizeable crowd in which you're the source of amusement.

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  • Organised tours

    Xian Shan Warnings and Dangers

    Read my entry for beijing on this subject. Your tour may consist of an 8 hour bus trip, 2hours travelling 2/3 hours at sites and the rest walking around pointless shops and factories. In reality Xian was a victory for people power, they took us to a really rank jade factory which none of us wanted to visit. On exiting the building we cornered our...

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