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2-Day Side Trip to Quanzhou

- Fuzhou-Quanzhou Tour
Tour Code:Fuzhou08From:$130

Trip Highlights - Attractions involved: Kaiyuan Temple, Qingjing Temple, Luoyang Bridge. Quanzhou, also called Licheng and Citong Cheng in Pinyin, is one of the most famous historical and cultural cities in China. It is an important seaport located in southeast Fujian Province and is the economic and political center of the province. Due to its special location, Quanzhou has been China's marine door to exotic cultures since ancient times. Nightlife in Quanzhou is colorful. Local people often enjoy the delicious food in the night market; fly kites in the squares or boat in park lakes.Two days trip to Quanzhou will be a good choice for you to experience this beautiful city. Contact us for your trip to Qianzhou,we'll provide you the best services.
Availability: All year round.    Daily Pick-up Point & Time: Hotel, 8:30am.   Daily Finishing Point & Time: Hotel, 5:00pm.   Duration:2 Days.

Tour Itinerary: (B-Breakfast, L-Lunch)
Day 01: Fuzhou / Quanzhou
Today you will be picked up at your hotel and driven to Quanzhou, which is a historical and cultural city, a famous hometown of many oversea Chinese, located on the western side of Taiwan Strait. After your arrival, you will be sent to your hotel. The rest of the day will be yours to rest or explore the city on your own.
Hotel: Quanzhou Hotel 4 star (or similar class)
Day 02: Quanzhou / Fuzhou (B/L)
This morning you will be picked up at your hotel and first visit the Kaiyuan Temple, then to the Qingjing Mosque, finally you will move on to Luoyang Bridge. Afterwards you will be taken to your hotel in Fuzhou.
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Attraction Description:
Kaiyuan Temple was built in 685, and renamed several times afterwards. In the 26th year (739) of the Kaiyuan reign of the Tang Dynasty (618-907), Emperor Xuanzong ordered each state in this country to build a temple named Kaiyuan. Through several destructions and reconstructions during the Tang, Southern Song (1127-1279), Yuan, and Ming dynasties, the existing buildings are relics of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)).Kaiyuan Temple is a relatively integrated square-yard Buddhism buildings group, and covers an area of 78,000 square meters.
The Qingjing Mosque, also known as the Ashab Mosque, is located in the center of Tumen Street in Quanzhou. Throughout the Song Dynasty (960-1279), Quanzhou City was one of the key ports of foreign trade and attracted many Arabs. The mosque, built and repaired by Arab Muslims, reflects the friendship and cultural exchange between China and Arabic countries. Imitating a mosque in Damascus, Syria, it was initially built in 1009 and today is the oldest Arab-style mosque in China. This magnificent mosque covers an area of 2,500 square meters (0.62 acre) and features a gate, the Fengtian Hall, and the Mingshan Hall.
Luoyang Bridge spans the Luoyang River from south to north in the southern suburb of Quanzhou. It is China's earliest stone beam bridge built at the seaport and is one of the state-level culture heritage protection units.In ancient times, Luoyang Bridge was called Wan'an Bridge. Wan'an means being perfectly safe in Chinese. Near the bridge was a ferry terminal. When there was bad weather, local people could not be ferried safely to their destination. The locals prayed to cross the river safely so they called the terminal the Wan'an...

 Tour Prices (this is private tour based on per person and shown in US dollars)
Group Size Price / Traveler
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1 travelerUSD380
2 travelersUSD200
3-5 travelersUSD190
6-9 travelersUSD160
10 travelers & aboveUSD130

Service Inclusions

  • Entrance fees and lunch as listed
  • All transfers with private vehicle and guide
  • Accident insurance
  • Hotel fare

Service Exclusions

  • Air fare and airport tax
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips for guide and driver

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