Pick up at your hotel in Xiamen around 8:00am. Then have a 3-hour scenic drive first to Chuxi Tulou Cluster. Chuxi Tulou Cluster is situated on the hillside, about 40km southeast of Yongding County and 230km southwest of Xiamen City. There are five circular Tulou buildings and over a dozen of rectangular in shape in Chuxi village.
You will visit Jiqinglou which is typical of the Hakka earth buildings in Chuxi Tulou Cluster. Jiqinglou was built in 1419 during the reign of Emperor Yongle in Ming Dynasty.
After lunch, you will visit Hongkeng Tulou Cluster. Hongkeng Tulou Cluster boasts of over 40 tulou buildings different in shape and size, circular, square, rectangular, crescent and with some variations. All the tulou buildings were built by the descendants of the Lin clan, starting to build the tulou buildings during later Song Dynasty (960 – 1279) and early Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The most outstanding representatives of Hongkeng Tulou Cluster are Zhengchenglou, Kuijulou, Fuyulou and Rushenglou.
Transferred back to your hotel in Xiamen around 7:00pm.
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