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Fujian Tianluo Tulou (Nanjing Wooden building), Nanjing County

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Visit unique earthen constructions at Fujian Tianluo Tulou (Nanjing Wooden building), a World Heritage Site displaying architecture found only in the mountainous areas of Fujian and Guangdong. A "toulu" represents a large, enclosed, and fortified earthen building, usually square or circular, with thick walls and the capacity to house around 80 people. Take a walk around the site and see how people still live in the distinctive buildings today. Climb to the top of the hill and enjoy views of the three round, one square, and one unique oval toulu, called “four dishes with a soup” in Chinese. Take a look at our Nanjing County travel itinerary maker to schedule your visit to Fujian Tianluo Tulou (Nanjing Wooden building) and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Four of us got a rental car from Xiamen to go to the nearest tulou , which is Nanjing Tulou . We left our hotel at 730 am from Xiamen. Our rental car is Buick 7 seater, very new and cost us 1,600 RMB....  more »
  • On a recent business trip to Zhangzhou, my friend from China took me to the Fujian Tianlou Tulou buildings. It was fascinating and a wonderful experience. My business partner was friends with some of ...  more »
  • I rented a car and driver to take me from Xiamen to Tianluo Tulou. It takes 2.5 hours to get to the visitor centre. There are three main sites that are interconnected by a mini bus system that starts ...  more »