Xiamen is a sub-provincial city in China’s Fujian province.
It has a population of over 3.5 million, and is divided into the following six
districts: Huli, Siming, Jimei, Tong'an, Haicang, and Xiang'an.
Once named China's 2nd most sustainable city for city,
Xiamen has a mild climate and boasts an exciting array of mountains, gardens,
museums and amusement parks.
Originally a centre for tea trading, Xiamen has a developed
economy focused on things like shipbuilding, food processing, textiles and food
The city is revered for its puppet shows, music, and temple
celebrations. Popular local attractions include Huli Mountain Fort, Nanputuo
Temple and the Xiamen Piano Museum.
Xiamen’s main forms of transport are buses and trains. The
Xiamen Metro covers more than 20 stations in and around the city. Those wishing
to commute by bus can do so using Xiamen’s BRT system, which has a ticketing
system similar to light rail.
Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport is the city’s main
airport, and is located to the north east of Xiamen Island.
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