Fujian province recently added five new national 4A-level tourist attractions.
Saturday will be China's annual Cultural and Natural Heritage Day. On this special occasion, let's take a look at some of the nation's heritage highlights.
The Wanshouyan site is a Paleolithic archaeological find located on Wanshouyan,a mountain peak in the karst landscape of Sanming city, in East China's Fujian province.
With a coastline of 30.4 kilometers and more than 30 islands, islets, and reefs, Meizhou Island is the second-largest island in Putian city and the birthplace of Mazu, a goddess deified in the 10th century to bring peace to the sea.
Located to the west of Haitan Island and 1.4 kilometers from Kan'ao village in Su'ao town, Shipaiyang is one of the most marvelous natural wonders in Pingtan, Fujian province.
Gulangyu Island, known in the local dialect as Kulangsu, is located on the estuary of the Jiulong River, facing the city of Xiamen.
Lying at the foot of Wulao Peak in the south of Xiamen Island, South Putuo Temple is one of the most frequently visited holy shrines of Buddhism in Fujian.
China Shipyard Culture Museum （formerly China Modern Navy Museum） is a 5-floor building at the foot of Maxian Hill.
One of the top 10 scenic areas in Fujian, Drum Mountain boasts Dharma Eighteen Scenes, Baiyun Cave, Guling Resort, Shanxi Stream and Moxi Stream.