Língshān Islamic Cemetery
Set at the foot of the mountain of Língshān, this leafy ‘oasis’ is truly a hidden gem in Quánzhōu and is one of the most intact historic...
On the northeast side of town, this fabulous museum explains Quánzhōu’s trading history, the development of Chinese shipbuilding, and...
This smoky and magnificently carved temple is southeast of the mosque. It’s dedicated to Guan Yu, a Three Kingdoms hero and the God of...
This is an excellent restaurant, if a little overdressed, for sampling some of the traditional Hakka dishes, including the lovely kèjiā...
Lonely Planet review
It looks scuzzy on the outside, but rooms are small, cheap and clean. There's no English spoken here and no English sign, but it's next to the flyover. Yes, it's the dodgy-looking entrance with a staircase leading upstairs.