Spend a full day with a fully-licensed guide to visit the top famed attractions in Quanzhou which was once an international port city on the maritime Silk Route. Marco Polo regarded the location as “one of the ports of the world with the biggest flow of merchandise”. As the starting point of the Sea Silk Road, it accepted diverse religions including Christianity, Islam and Manichaeism, and today Quanzhou is called ‘World Religions Museum’. Climb Qingyuan Mountain which is known as “No.1 Penglai Mountain in Fujian Province” and the “Back garden of Quanzhou”, take a stroll around Kaiyuan Temple, one of China’s largest and most important Buddhist temple, and visit The Quanzhou Maritime Museum which is an ideal place for you to have a panorama view of trading history of Quanzhou and the development of Chinese shipbuilding. Enjoy the flexibility of the custom-built private tour and explore the city at your desired way and pace.