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Fujian

Fujian (China)

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Fanny Dumond Seasoned Traveller
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Fujian is a coastal province in the south-east of China, opposite Taiwan.

My suggestion:
Don't miss the famous round houses of Tulou, built in the south-west of the region by the Hakka minority and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
My review

Landscapes that vary from undulating mountains with luxuriant vegetation to rivers and streams. Its 3,300 km long coast has 1,400 islands and a multitude of bays and beaches.

For those who love history and heritage, Fujian is a top choice destination. The home of revolutions, science, and art, this Chinese province has been lived in for more than 10,000 years, and has given birth to numerous thinkers and artists. Its architectural heritage shows evidence of the influence of Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam. As proof, there are 14 important Buddhist temples in this region. But there is also one of the country's oldest mosques, Qingjing in Quanzhou.

Fujian is famous for its thermal waters, artisans, food, and tea. If I only mention the must-sees, there are the Wuyi mountains, the city of Qingyuan, Wanshi rock and Mount Taimu.  

Tours and travel ideas Fujian

  • Off the beaten track
Tohoku Cherry Blossoms and Kurobe Alpine Route
Length 14 days Approx. $1,880
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