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Honeymoon in Fuzhou

edited September 2008 in - China
What is exciting to do for honeymooners in Fuzhou, I can’t seem to find any info in Worldtravels.


  • edited 5:43AM
    Hi Izette,

    Fuzhou has abundant hot springs, and good quality hot spring water is supplied at the bathrooms of many hotels. The other main sights can be seen in one day. Gushan is a big hill in the eastern suburbs. The Yongquan Shi Temple is more than 1000 years old and has a white jade buddha statue. Other interesting temples include the Baita temple on the west side of the Yushan hill and the Wuta at the base of Wushi Hill, both in the centre of town.Fuzhou is also famous for culinary art. Gourmets' fascinations are such delicacies as Fo Tiao Qiang (Buddha-Jumps- Over-The-Wall) and clams in chicken soup.

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    Happy honeymoon to your clients!
  • edited August 2010
    Capital of Fujian provice, Fuzhou is a 2,000-year-old city with rich cultural heritage. It lies opposite Taiwan across the strait. The city abounds in banyan trees that were mostly planted at the time of the Northern Song Dynasty (A.D. 960-1127). So Fuzhou is also known as Rong Cheng, meaning the City of Banyans. Fuzhou has been the native place of famous men over the generations who made history. Attractions: ----- River Min ---- The Horse-Tail Harbor ---- West Lake Park ---- Fuzhou Zoo ---- Drum Hill (Gu Shan) ---- Golden Hill --emple (Jin Shan Si) ----- The Opposing Pagodas
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