Situated at Qingjiao village of Haicang district, Ciji Temple was founded in South Song Dynasty (1127-1279) to commemorate Wu Ben, a renowned doctor of that time.
Beichen Mountain is one of the 12 renowned scenic spots in Xiamen. It covers an area of 12.2 square kilometers and boasts many cultural and historical sites such as Hundred Dragon Garden.
The Old Courtyard scenic spot is a cultural tourist resort built by Shandong Huaxia Cultural Tourism Group with an investment of 2.2 billion yuan.
Turtle Garden is located in the southeast of Jimei district, covering an area of nearly 9000 square meters.
Chengyi Discovery Center has seven exhibition areas, including dream seeking, space exploration, aeronautical laboratory, and navigation laboratory.
Xiamen Botanical Garden is set amidst Wanshi Mountain in the southeastern part of Xiamen Island, also known as Wanshi Botanical Garden.
The Shuzhuang Garden is located on the quaint island of Gulangyu, a short ferry ride across the Lujiang Channel from Xiamen.
The Hulishan Fortress is a concrete defensive outpost on the south side of Xiamen, just across the water from the historically contentious Kinmen Islands.
The temple consists of four separate halls of worship, monks quarters and some of the finest maintained grounds and landscapes you're likely to find in any Chinese temple.