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Best of Fuzhou Tour

Best of Fuzhou Tour

Best of Fuzhou Tour

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• Item Code: LFZ001 • Starting from: USDpp based on 10pax • Trip Duration: 8 hours • Visiting: Drum Mountain, Fuzhou Forest Park, Sanfang Qixiang, Min River Cruise

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Best of Fuzhou Day Tour
• Item Code: LFZ001
• Starting from: USDpp based on 10pax
• Trip Duration: 8 hours
• Visiting: Drum Mountain, Fuzhou Forest Park, Sanfang Qixiang, Min River Cruise

Key Details
• Tour Duration: 8 hours
• Live Guide: English & Chinese
• Pick-up Service: Your hotel between 07:00 and 09:00
• Pick-up & Drop off Place: Your hotel

Brief Itinerary
• Pick up from your hotel
• Drum Mountain
• Lunch at local restaurant
• Fuzhou Forest Park
• Sanfang Qixiang
• Min River Cruise
• Transfer to your hotel

What's Included
• Transportation in an air-conditioned coach
• Services of an English-speaking guide
• Entrance tickets to mentioned attractions
• Meals as specified in the itinerary
• All government taxes

What's Not Included
• Hotel accommodation
• Optional activity costs
• Gratuities to guide & driver
• Any other personal expenses

Drum Mountain
Drum Mountain or the Drum Hill is located on the northern banks of the Min River and spread over 48 sq km area. This mountain is believed to be the most beautiful natural scenery in Fujian province. On the top of the hill there are several natural rock formations that resemble a drum. Celebrities and writers have been visiting this location for centuries and have been writing inscriptions as well as poems on the rocks. There are over 20 scenic spots on the hill's eastern side, dozens in the west, 45 in the north and 50 in the south. You can climb up the hill and enjoy the beautiful natural scenery as well as stunning landscapes around the 1800 meter trail. The mountain is also well known for its Buddhist significance.

Fuzhou Forest Park
Fuzhou Forest Park is home to over 3,000 species of rare plants, such as ceiba, lombardy poplar, araucaria, camphor, Chinese pine, ginkgo, metasequoia, etc. Many of those plants are under State protection, such as metasequoia, the so-called live fossil, the world famous Chinese dove tree and parashorea cathayensis, the rare "giant in the forest". Besides, you can also see golden camellia, the so-called "the queen of tea" , which was just discovered in 1960, and spinulose tree fern, the oldest live fossil and the relic of ancient forest, and "the king of trees"--Taiwania flousiana, one of the largest trees in the world. The park is divided by Longtan brook into two parts. One is a tree viewing area that include cycad garden, palm garden, rare plant garden, tree viewing garden, potted landscape garden and banian garden; the other is a culture landscape area that include post road of Song Dynasty (960-1279 A.D.) and Zhengxin temple.

Sanfang Qixiang
Sanfang Qixiang, or three lanes and seven alleys. This residential neighbourhood can trace its origins back to the end of the Tang Dynasty, over a thousand years ago. By the Song Dynasty, it was home to local officials, the city's wealthy elite and scholars. Later, during the Ming and Qing Dynasties, it underwent rapid development. During this period, and in mid-to-late Qing in particular, many buildings that are today considered of great historical significance, were constructed in Sanfang Qixiang.

Minjiang River
Minjiang River and its various tributaries rise in the mountains along the Fujian-Jiangxi border and flow to the East China Sea through the mountain ranges that traverse Fujian province from southwest to northeast. The resulting flows have produced a trellislike drainage pattern, with lateral tributaries following the direction of the valleys.

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