The best views of Fuzhou can be found at the Intercontinental Fuzhou. As the city’s landmark and tallest building, this luxury hotel offers panoramic views of the city from its guestrooms. A standard room costs around USD127 per night.
Meaning “prosperous city” in Chinese, Fuzhou lives up to its name. The eastern coastal city and capital of Fujian province has flourished as a centre of culture and technology since the Ming Dynasty and remains a major commercial and trading hub today.
Besides an impressive array of scenic areas such as the ever-charming West Lake, Fuzhou is also dotted with heritage sites dating back to the Tang Dynasty, and is a must-visit for all history lovers.
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Three Lanes and Seven Alleys
Journey back in time to ancient China at Three Lanes and Seven Alleys, China’s largest and best preserved Ming and Qing architectu...
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Try the most original version of the renowned “Buddha Jumps Over The Wall” stew at Ju Chun Yuan Restaurant. Comprising a medley of premium ingredients such as scallops and abalone, the dish was first created at this restaurant in the late Qing Dynasty and has since become a world famous Chinese delicacy.