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Xiamen, also known as Amoy, is a major city on the southeast coast of the People's Republic of China. It is administered as a sub-provincial city of Fujian province with an area of 1575.16 km2 and population of 3.61 million. Its built up area is now bigger than the old urban island area and covers now all six districts of Xiamen Xiamen is a scenic port tourism city.

Xiamen Quick Facts

English Name: Xiamen

Railway Stations: Xiamen Railway Train Station

Zip Code: 361000

Location: Southeast of China

Chinese Name: 厦门 (XiaMen)

Suburban Districts: Southeast of China

Airports: Xianmen Gaoqi International Airport

Area Code: 0592

Population: 3.61 million (2011)

Best Time to Visit: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter

Top Attractions in Xiamen

Xiamen Maps Free Download

Find maps of Xiamen, including Xiamen's regional location to other parts of China as well as . Our Xiamen travel guide ( includes weather, living, food, weather, transportation, etc.) has heaps of useful information and tips! > See More

Shopping in Xiamen

Xiamen has not only a charming and attractive landscape, but also abundant local products, such as Xiamen pie, and Huang Family's crushed dried pork. There is no lack of famous brands and markets. One can find anything, ranging from home appliances, high fashion, gold and silver wares, jade articles, jewellery and beautiful antiques. Even traipsing in the night market may un...> See More

Restaurants (Food) in Xiamen

Xiamen is famous for its delicious cuisine, and abounds in sea food all the year round. Lobste, crabs, abalones and snails are fresh and of the best quality. Fruits are available in all four seaso. Local fruits include longan litchi, banana, pineapple, orange, watermelon, mango, peach and Chinese flowering quince. Other fruits are also shipped in from other provinces. M...> See More

Entertainment in Xiamen

During the day, Xiamen has more beauty than one can take in. However, xiamen nightlife is more colourful. Young people enjoy going to discos, KTV and night clubs, while the less exuberant can relax in ba and tea houses. Whatever the season, you can never get bored in Xiamen. > See More