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Fujian Province is famous because of Tulou, UNESCO World Heritage, and if you are a movie lover, Tulou is the house of Mulan. The main travel destinations are Xiamen and Wuyi Mountain.

For Xiamen, the most popular tour is a 3-Day tour, one day for Xiamen city; the second day to visit Quanzhou by car from Xiamen, to see the most famous multi-cultural and historical city of the Mongolian Epic; the third day to visit Tulou by car. If you want to know more about Tulou, staying one night in Tsingpu Tulou Retreat is the perfect getaway.

For adventurers and tea lovers, a 3-Days tour of Wuyi Mountain suits you the best. For luxury travelers, Wuyishan Demaotang Resort is a perfect choice.
— Your China Specialists

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Basic Information

Fujian (alternately romanized as Fukien or Hokkien) is a province on the southeastern coast of China. Fujian is bordered by Zhejiang to the north, Jiangxi to the west, Guangdong to the south, and the Taiwan Strait to the east. Its capital is Fuzhou, while its largest city by population is Quanzhou, both located near the coast of the Taiwan Strait in the east of the province.

While its population is chiefly of ethnic Han Chinese origin, it is one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse provinces in China. Historically the dialects of the language group Min Chinese were most commonly spoken within the province, including the Hokkien dialects of southeastern Fujian and Fuzhou dialect of northeastern Fujian. This is reflected in the abbreviation of the province’s name (闽). Hakka Chinese is also spoken by the Hakka people in Fujian. Min dialects and Hakka Chinese are unintelligible with Mandarin Chinese. Due to emigration, a sizable number of ethnic Chinese populations of Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines speak Southern Min (or Hokkien).

Source: Wikipedia