Things To Do
Hilton Quanzhou Riverside, a vibrant location overlooking the Jinjiang River, is only 20 minutes' drive from the airport and railway station, and 10 minutes' drive from downtown Quanzhou. The hotel provides you with a host of tantalising culinary options, second to none fitness facilities and easy access to many well-known historic sites and shopping areas.
As the starting point of Maritime Silk Road, Quanzhou is an ancient city that has abundant tourist attractions for you to explore. Ask our courteous staff about all the things to do in Quanzhou during your visit.
In and Around Town
Qingyuan Mountain is a National 5A tourist attraction and is well-known with its rich landscapes of nature and humanity.
Kaiyuan Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in Fujian Province with the two highest stone pagodas in China, which are also the symbols of Quanzhou City.
Qingjing Mosque is one of the oldest sites of Islamic architectural structures in China, bearing witness to the friendship and cultural exchange between China and Arabic countries.
The China Museum for Fujian-Taiwan Kinship
Established in 2004, the China Museum for Fujian-Taiwan Kinship is a national museum that showcases the historical relationship between Fujian province and Taiwan.
Chongwu Ancient City Scenic Area
Lying in the southern tip of Chongwu Peninsula, Chongwu Ancient City is now a special scenic area integrating seaside scenery, historical and cultural relics, folk customs and carving arts.
As China's earliest stone bridge built in the seaport, it was also the world's first example of the use of biology in bridge building. It shows the great wisdom of the ancient Chinese people.