Read the following introductions for attractions in Fuzhou. You will know the top attractions there and you can also get to know the city attractions by category.
Local Residential Houses
Three Lanes and Seven Alleys
Referring to ten ancient streets, Three Lanes and Seven Alleys, originally built in late Western Jin Dynasty, retains basic street patterns of Tang and Song dynasties with buildings in the styles of Ming and Qing dynasties; it is regarded as the living fossil of ancient city street system as well as the architecture museum of styles of Ming and Qing dynasties.
Temples, Monasteries and Mosques
Built in 867, Xichan Temple is an aged-old national key temple with an international fame. Today, it still sends monks to manage its overseas low houses of temples in Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam. It is no doubt a good platform to exchange culture and Buddhism among Southeast Asian countries.
Fuzhou National Forest Park
Originally named Fuzhou Arboretum and built in 1960, Fuzhou National Forest Park is embraced on three sides by green hills and one side by clear water. Renowned as a natural oxygen bar with plentiful oxygen and negative oxide ion, it is a comprehensive forest park for both science research and sight-seeing.
Drum Hill (Gushan)
With a main peak of 925 meters above sea level, Drum Hill is the most famous beauty spot in Fuzhou City. Listed into the national scenic spots, it features numerous historical sites and attractive natural beauties, of which many an inscription on precipices left in past dynasties are the highlights.