Fujian in Style

Tulou & Anxi

From £1800 per person in low season
From £2100 per person in high season

based on 4 nights inc. flights & 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 Breakfast

  • All inclusive in Tsingpu Tulou Resort

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

  • Stay in a traditional Hakka Earth Building, the UNESCO-listed tulou, with modern comforts

  • Discover the highly-underrated Caishi architectural complex, another marvellous feat of ancient engineering

  • Soak in tea-infused hot springs at the birthplace of the world-famous Tieguanyin Tea

  • For those with more time, we can arrange day trip to Meizhou which is the spiritual hometown of Hakka people, or extension to the sacred Taoist mountain of Wuyishan

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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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Itinerary

Based in the finest selection of boutique luxury retreats, this trip is designed for the most discerning travellers to discover the wonders of Fujian in style. Stroll along the Hakka tulou roundhouses, marvel at the less-visited Caishi architectural wonder and conclude with a tea-themed retreat where you can soak in the tea-infused hot springs of Anxi.

  1. Days 1-3: Tulou

    Arriving into Xiamen, you will be transferred approximately 3 hours for your exclusive retreat in the Taxia village, home to over 20 Tulou roundhouses nestled on the bank of a brook. The unique Hakka rural dwellings is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is recently made famous again with its feature in the live-action remake of Mulan.

    Visit various earth house clusters and dive deep into the history of these architectural wonders. Sights include Yongding Hakka Cultural Village, Tianluokeng Earth Houses and Yuchang Lou.

    If you have more nights to spare, we can also include optional extensions of full-day trips to Meizhou (the spiritual hometown of Hakka People with its Thousand Buddha Pagoda and Hakka Weilong House) or the scenic Chuxi roundhouses which is set in a picturesque mountain-side setting.

    Accommodation: Tsingpu Tulou Retreat (2 nights)

  2. Days 3-5: Anxi

    Departing for approximately 3.5-4 hours, we arrive into Anxi, known as the tea capital of China and is home to the world-famous Tieguanyin Tea. You will be based in an award-winning villa surrounded with tea-infused hot springs and lush natural surroundings.

    In Anxi, you will make a day visit to Nan An County, home to the Caishi architectural house complex, another Fujian's residential wonder. Afterwards, we drive to Qing Shui Yan to admire the unique spring and rock formations, as well as Taoist temples. We will also make an en route stop at the Old City Gold Temple, which serves as the most influential Taoist temple in the area.

    On your final day, you will be transferred approximately 2 hours to Xiamen where you will board your international flight home.

    Accommodation: Elite Spring Villas (2 nights)

Experiences

  • Gems of Anxi

    Explore Anxi as you head to Caishi traditional architectural house complex, one of Fujian's residential marvels. Visit Qingshui Yan Scenic area and revel in the beauty of nature and then take in the Qingyan Temple and Anxi Chenghuang Temple.

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Tulou & Anxi

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