Why choose Xiamen International Cruise Terminal

Did you know that Xiamen, once known as Amoy, was one of the first Chinese cities to open to international trade in the 19th century? Nestled on China's southeastern coast, the city enjoys a subtropical climate, offering balmy weather year-round. Beyond its vibrant markets and historic streets lies a haven for authentic experiences. Wander through centuries-old temples and lush gardens, or sample the renowned local cuisine bursting with fresh seafood flavors. Xiamen's unique blend of history, culture, and natural beauty makes it a true gem of coastal China. And here's a delightful tidbit: Xiamen is famed for its picturesque Gulangyu Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Positioned as a global tourism powerhouse, China stands at the forefront of travel trends, with its cities drawing admiration worldwide. Xiamen International Cruise Terminal, a bustling hub along China's southeastern coast, boasts a rich history that continues to captivate travelers. While influencers often spotlight its iconic attractions, Xiamen holds many hidden gems waiting to be explored. From the terminal, visitors can easily access the city's main sights via efficient transportation networks. Whether strolling through ancient streets or marveling at modern marvels, Xiamen offers a tapestry of experiences, blending tradition with innovation to leave an indelible mark on every visitor.

Embark on a gustatory voyage at Xiamen International Cruise Terminal, where culinary wonders await to tantalize your taste buds. Dive into a world of flavor with the sensational "Bak Kut Teh," a symphony of succulent pork ribs, aromatic spices, and fragrant herbs that dance harmoniously in a hearty broth. Dare to explore the culinary landscape further with the iconic "Oyster Omelette," where plump oysters nestle amidst a crispy yet tender egg blanket, drizzled with savory sauces that ignite the palate. Let Xiamen's exotic ingredients and vibrant flavors transport you to culinary nirvana, where every dish tells a story of tradition and innovation.