Fujian, a coastal province in Southeast China, is the starting point of the ancient Marine SilkRoad. It stands in front of mountains and faces the sea, with hills, forests and islands scattered throughout the province.
Futun River, a 285-km-long river fed by over 50 streams, runs across Nanping, Fujian province, and is regarded as the "mother river" by residents.
The "Fudao" skywalk, a 19-kilometer-long overhead footpath in Fuzhou, Fujian province, was built over a forest, providing visitors with excellent views of the surrounding countryside.
Photographers in Fuzhou, Fujian province, recently made photographs high on Gushan Mountain, capturing the mood of the city at different times of day.
The Maritime Silk Road Museum at the Palace Museum in Shishi, a county-level city in Quanzhou, East China's Fujian province, is expected to complete construction at the end of June.
The coastal city of Xiamen in East China's Fujian province has launched an array of activities to bolster its night economy and tours.
Mount Wuyi Tourist Attraction is located in Nanping, Fujian province. It covers 70 square kilometers and features Danxia landform. Danxia landform refers to various landscapes found in the southeast, southwest and northwest China that consist of red rock beds with steep cliffs.
As of April 20, a total of 199 State-owned A-level scenic spots, along with several cultural venues and museums in Fujian have reopened.