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There is not a taxi hotline with English service in Quanzhou. Taxi stands can not be found in major streets. Demand for taxi service is high during rainy days, peak hours (6.00am to 9.30am and 6.00pm to midnight), weekend and public holidays. For people who prefer to reserve everything in order ahead of time, this pre-booking service is what you are looking for. Price is inclusive of all charges such as peak hour charges, midnight charges, city area surcharge, toll and parking fees.
Quanzhou was once a city of great cultural and religious diversity. It was the starting point of the famous Maritime Silk Road, the largest port city in the entire world, and now a major industrial power point for modern day China. Save time without compromising on experience on this door-to-door private guided tour that covers Quanzhou highlights and local snack experience.
See multiple historic highlights of Quanzhou in a day
A private tour means direct access to your guide for questions
Enjoy local food: Zongzi(Traditional Chinese rice-pudding), Siguotang(Four fruit soup), or Chunjuan(Spring roll)
Customize your tour to suit your unique interests
There is not a taxi call center in Quanzhou, so It is difficult to reserve a taxi in advance by phone. If you need to reserve a transfer service to Quanzhou Jinjiang Airport (JJN), this pre-booking service is the best choice. It is designed for people who prefer to reserve everything in order ahead of time. The service is delivered by an experienced professional driver from a national car rental company, and an English speaking travel agent staff who is available of 24/7 backup support for urgent help.
All experience are privately ! Pick up from hotel at Xiamen at 08:30 a.m. and travel on the modern freeway to Quanzhou (about 80 minutes), once an international port city on the maritime Silk Route. Marco Polo regarded the location as "one of the ports of the world with the biggest flow of merchandise". Visit Kaiyuan Temple, one of China's largest and most important Buddhist temple, and the nearby East & West Pagoda, said to be the best preserved stone pagodas in China, Qingjing Mosque, the oldest Mosque in China and rated as one of the top ten Muslim holy sites of the world, and the nearby Guandi Temple, Xunpu Village, an oyster village 10km southeast of Quanzhou, known for its traditional houses built with oyster shells and women with unique dress. Transfer back to Xiamen after the Tours.