Best of Fujian

Quanzhou, Wuyishan, Tulou & Xiamen

From £2500 per person in low season
From £2800 per person in high season

based on 7 nights & daily experiences

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* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.

Price includes:

  • Accommodation

  • Private transfers

  • Daily experiences

  • Daily Breakfast

  • Business class train for Quanzhou-Wuyishan-Nanjing route

per person based on two sharing. 
Please note that the cost of the itinerary will be higher during peak periods of travel, over Chinese National Holidays

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At a Glance

  • Hand-picked boutique accommodations and stylish retreats throughout

  • Discover the history of Maritime Silk Road at the charming Quanzhou

  • Ride a bamboo raft down the picturesque Nine-Curve Stream of the Taoist karst landscapes of Mount Wuyi

  • Enjoy the Dahongpao tea plantation experience, known as the world's most expensive tea!

  • Exclusive retreat in Tulou roundhouses, the quaint fortified earthen cluster featured in the live-action remake of Mulan

  • Stroll along the charming pedestrian-only Gulangyu Island just off shore from Xiamen

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The southern provinces of Hunan, Fujian and Guangzhou are all subject to a humid, subtropical monsoon climate. Weather across these lush areas is typified by long, humid and sweltering summers that bring typhoons, and short, mild winters. Hunnan’s average temperature hovers around 17°C, and the stunning scenery around Zhangjiajie National Forest Park changes with the seasons. The autumn months can be particularly beautiful, with the colourful changing leaves. The coastal province of Fujian experiences some of the heaviest rainfall in China, with the typhoon season falling in the month of August when temperatures and humidity are also at their peak. The same can be said for Guangzhou, making the best seasons to travel to these two subtropical provinces spring and autumn.

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Fujian hides plenty of surprises for you to discover. Retreat into the UNESCO-listed tulou roundhouses, sip the world's most expensive Dahongpao tea, raft down the Nine-Curve Stream of Mount Wuyi, discover the Maritime Silk Road history in Quanzhou and stroll along the charming Gulangyu Island.

  1. Fly into Quanzhou

  2. Days 1-2: Quanzhou

    Your journey begins in Quanzhou, once a prosperous trading port visited by legendary travellers such as Marco Polo and Ibn Battuta.

    Unravel cultural sites such as Kaiyuan Temple, unique for being a Buddhist-Hindu temple with intricate carvings surrounding its Twin Pagodas. Afterwards, we head to the Maritime Museum to learn the prestigious history of Quanzhou as a major port along the Maritime Silk Road.

    We will also visit the Qingjing Mosque, originally built for the Arab Muslims during the Song Dynasty. Time-permitting, we can visit Xunpu, known for its traditional villages built with oyster shells.

    Accommodation: Hilton Quanzhou Riverside (1 night)

  3. Days 2-2: Train to Wuyishan

  4. Days 2-5: Wuyishan

    A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Wuyishan is famed as a sacred Taoist mountain. Enjoy a bamboo rafting experience down the Nine-Curve Stream as you admire the picturesque karst mountains. You will visit the renowned Taoist palace of Wuyi before scaling up the Tianyou Peak to admire the scenic mountain vista of the area.

    We spend another day to explore Dahongpao Tea Plantation. Lightly fermented and only growing in the Wuyi mountain area, Dahongpao is famed as the world's most expensive tea and is traditionally served only the highest guest-of-honors. Afterwards, enjoy a stroll along the stone-paved streets of Xiamei Ancient Village.

    Accommodation: Yue Wuyi Tea Life Aesthetics Jinjiang Hotel (3 nights)

  5. Days 5-5: Train to Nanjing

  6. Days 5-7: Tulou

    From Nanjing train station, it is another 1.5-2 hours of driving by road to your retreat at the Taxia village, known for its Hakka rural dwellings shaped into earthen roundhouses. Your resort hosts a variety of in-resort activities which you may want to participate in at your own account.

    We have included a full-day exploration of Yongding Tulou, which is the largest cluster of earthen building roundhouses in Fujian and its most impressive. Visit the famous Yongding Cultural Village and gain a deeper understanding of the subtle differences between each type of earth houses. Pass over the mountain and enter Shuyang Town to visit the Tianluokeng Earth House Cluster, nicknamed as "Four Dishes and One Soup", the usual postcard picture of the area. End the tour with a visit to the oldest and the biggest Yuchang Lou.

    You will also enjoy exploration of Hegui Lou, a square-shaped Tulou, Huaiyuan Lou which is a double-ring protected Hakka house, as well as Changjiao Ancient Village for a snapshot of rural countryside life in Fujian, before finally arriving into Xiamen.

    Accommodation: Tsingpu Tulou Retreat (2 nights)

  7. Fly home from Xiamen

  8. Days 7-8: Xiamen

    Arriving into Xiamen, you will visit the South Putuo Temple and the popular Eight Seafood Market.

    On your final day, we enjoy a 20-minute boat ride to Gulang Yu island, where you can enjoy a tranquil walk along the lovely Shuzhuang Garden, admire the famous piano collections from all over the world at Piano Museum, and proceed to Hi Heaven, which is the longest-existing and largest villa on the island.

    As you board your boat back into Xiamen, we bid goodbye to the magnificent Fujian as we transfer you into the airport for your flight home.

    Accommodation: Lohkah Hotel & Spa (1 night)


Quanzhou, Wuyishan, Tulou & Xiamen

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