It’s located about 60 miles (97 kilometers) from Chengdu and 80 miles (129 kilometers) from Qingdao.
Anxi Fengshan Park is among the most cherished botanical parks around the city. Visitors of all ages love to hang out here because of the relaxed atmosphere and well-designed botanical displays.
A place of worship, one of the most popular of the many heritage sites in the city, is the Kaiyuan Temple. Visit this heritage site to explore its history and then take your time to admire the architecture.
If you are ready to indulge in some retail therapy amble through the various stores that are part of the Tea Market. It is a busy attraction packed with clothes and accessory stores and grocery shops.
Quanzhou boasts some generous civic gathering spaces; Chinese Tea Plaza is one of the most-loved. Enjoy a picnic lunch, watch locals, and you’ll soon see why this square is so loved by Quanzhou residents.
Before you say goodbye to Quanzhou, do make the effort to see the Zhan Dunren Memorial and the Zhenguo Tower; two of the not-to be missed sights which help make this city the special place it is.