Xiamen is on the southeast coast of China, with beautiful beach and island scenery. The city has two popular islands: Gulangyu and Xiamen Island. Xiamen is a leisurely city and popular for tourism.
In 2006 a survey named it China's second most livable city. It has one of China's cleanest and most enjoyable living environments.

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1.Zhongshan Road Walking Street — Shopping

Zhongshan Road Walking Street ( jong-shan loo boo-sshing-jyeah/) is the most famous street of Xiamen.

The buildings along both sides of the street are beautiful and European looking. There are nice shops, especially the tea sellers situated at every corner. You can buy some souvenirs there. In the main street there are lots of food stalls selling tasty snacks, and it can get quite crowded.

As a southern Chinese city along the coast, Xiamen gets a lot of rain. Most of the street has a large overhang so that you can walk along it without getting wet
 

2.Jimei Academy Village — Leisure

Jimei Academy Village, or Jimei School Village (/jee-may sshwair tswnn/) was built with the money endowed by an overseas Chinese person, Tan Kah-kin. It is quite popular with visitors to Xiamen.

It is a nice place to wander around. There is a meeting hall, library, gymnasium, music hall, swimming pool, dragon boat pond, hospital, and navigation club. Some halls require tickets that cost 10 yuan per person.

The buildings combine Chinese and Western styles, typical of the south of Fujian. No matter whether there are tall dormitory buildings and halls, or exquisite pavilions, corridors or sheds, or whether they all have glazed roofs, dragon sculptured ridges, and phoenix sculptured brims, none of them are the same.

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