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  • Xiamen Maritime Silk Road Tour

  • Tour Price: $ 65
  • Tour Code: CT746
  • Available: Daily
  • Duration: 1 Day
  • Tour Type: Maritime Silk Road Tour from Xiamen

Trip Highlights - This is a side trip from Xiamen to Maritime Silk Road. The Maritime Silk Road refers to the route from each port in south China, such as Guangzhou or Quanzhou to the Southeast Asia, India, Arabia or even farther through heading west by boat. With the enhancement in navigation technology and accumulation of seafaring experience, coupled with the advantages of lower transportation cost and larger quantity of freight in marine trading, the Maritime Silk Road replaced the Silk Road on land to become the major passage for communication between the east and the west after the Song and Yuan dynasties.

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Tour Prices (this is private tour based on per person and shown in US dollars)
Group Size Price / Traveler
1 traveler USD180
2-5 travelers USD125
6-9 travelers USD90
10 travelers & above USD65
(For 10 persons up, please email us for new quotations)
Service Inclusions
 ·Entrance fees and lunch as listed  ·All transfers with private vehicle and guide
 ·Accident insurance  ·
Service Exclusions
 ·Air fare and airport tax  ·Personal expenses
 ·Tips for guide and driver  ·Hotel fare

Tour Itinerary

Tour Itinerary: (Lunch)
Today you will be picked up from your hotel and drive to Quanzhou City. Quanzhou city is known for its natural resources, beautiful scenery and ancient and unsophisticated customs. The city has several tourist locations including the Stone Old Saint, Ruins of Manichaean Church, the East and West Pagodas at the Kaiyuan Temple, Luoyang Bridge and Five-Mile Bridge and He Zuo's Tomb at the Qingjing Mosque. The local products here are Dehua porcelain, Huian stonecarvings and Tieguanyin Tea. The opera here is also very famous. After the tour you will be brought back to your hotel.
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Attraction Description
Quanzhou, founded in 718, is a city that is home to several overseas Chinese and Taiwanese and located near the end of the Jin River in southeast Fujian. During the Song and Yuan Dynasties, this city was one of the most important ports in China. It is also known as the political, cultural and economic center of the Jin River Basin. Inside the city there are several sites worth seeing: Stone Old Saint, East and West Pagodas, Five Mile Bridge, among others. There are also several native products such as Dehua porcelain and Tieguanyin Tea. Music is also a famous artistic medium in Quanzhou.