In the northwest of the city is one of the oldest temples in Quánzhōu, dating back to AD 686. Surrounded by trees, the temple is serene...
Jǐnxiùzhuāng Puppet Museum
Has displays of puppet heads, intricate 30-string marionettes and comical hand puppets. There are over 3000 puppet heads, though at...
This stone edifice is one of China's only surviving mosques from the Song dynasty, built by Arabs in 1009 and restored in 1309. Only a...
This is an excellent restaurant, if a little overdressed, for sampling some of the traditional Hakka dishes, including the lovely kèjiā...
Lonely Planet review
This lovely teahouse in the alley behind the Guandi Temple has a refreshing old-time courtyard ambience, hung with red lanterns, paved with flagstones and laid out with traditional wooden halls and bamboo chairs. There are puppet shows every Friday (8.30pm, Y15 to Y50).