Jinjiang is a mainly industrial city just across the river from Quanzhou in Fujian. Administratively, it is a county-level city in Quanzhou Prefecture, but for practical purposes it can be thought of as a suburb of Quanzhou. Population is about two million.

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Map of Jinjiang

24.798889118.5894441 Quanzhou Jinjiang International Airport.   Jinjiang has an airport, while Quanzhou does not. However, it is a fairly minor airport; there are flights to Hong Kong and some mainland cities and international flights to and from Manila, but not a large choice of flights. The usual way to fly into the region would be via Xiamen or Fuzhou, both of which have larger airports with a broader range of flight choices.

24.7975118.4538891 Jinjiang railway station.   Jinjiang is served by Fujian’s coastal high-speed railway, with frequent service to points along the Fujian-Xiamen axis. Some trains continue north (to Hangzhou and Shanghai, or to the interior of China), or south (to Shenzhen).

From Quanzhou, you can make it Jinjiang by a city bus (801 and 802 are two of the numbers), or by taxi.

To get there by bus from Xiamen, take a Quanzhou bus and get off when it passes through Jinjiang.

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