Things To Do
Visit Fuzhou IFC/Sandi Mall or stroll through the scenic Wanglongtai Park, both just a short walk from the hotel. Listed as a national scenic spot, the nearby Drum Mountain is home to many historical sites, including temples. If you don’t fancy taking the long hike, consider riding the cable car while you enjoy panoramic views of the surroundings.
Visit Xichan Temple, a beautiful Buddhist temple in Fuzhou, or discover Sanfang Qixiang, the city's historic and cultural area with over 200 ancient architectural buildings, just a short drive away. You'll also appreciate the hotel's close proximity to West Lake Park. Spanning 42 hectares, most of which is lake area, it is a classical tranquil garden with lush landscapes, lotus water garden, temples and memorial halls.
In and Around Town
Three Lanes & Seven Alleys
Learn the long history and profound culture of Fuzhou at this large architectural conservation site.
Fuzhou West Lake Park
Located downtown, West Lake Park is a classical ancient garden, and one of the best preserved in all of Fuzhou.
Located on the foothill of Yi Mountain, the ancient Xichan Temple dates back to the Tang Dynasty.
Fuzhou National Forest Park
Combining scientific research and tourism, discover rare animals, exotic plants, a blue lagoon and more.
GU Mountain Scenic Area
Named after the Chinese word for ‘drum’, this famous Buddhist holy land has a drum-like rock at its peak.
Mawei Shipyard Culture Area
A national scenic area with the around 150 years ago when the governor under the commission of Lin Zexu led a series of activities to strengthen the army.