Nestled on the luxurious grounds of the five-star Mandarin Hotel, this handy restaurant serves Chinese, Japanese and western fare. Ambivalent diners ... More
Tianfeng Mandarin Garden
Nestled on the luxurious grounds of the five-star Mandarin Hotel, this handy restaurant serves Chinese, Japanese and western fare. Ambivalent diners can choose from noodle dishes, local seafood, soups, western steaks, or pick from a Japanese buffet laden with fried rice, spring rolls and more. The setting is casual, yet wonderfully intimate and seats 80. Diners do not have to have to be guests at the hotel. Reservations are not necessary, but breakfast tends to be busy.
At the Cherry Garden, dining is a cheery experience. Located in the Mandarin Oriental, the Cherry Garden has two private
dining rooms for social and business events in addition to their spacious main dining area. Menu highlights include Steamed ...
Unlike most other aquariums in China that have all the aquatic diversity of a common carp pond, this fish center
is actually quite impressive. More than 10,000 aquatic creatures lodge here including eels, starfish, Amazon piranhas, and color happy ...
Located in the downtown of Xiamen???s major shopping and business district, it is only minutes walking distance to the ferry
of Gulangyu Island. All major tourist attractions including Nanputuo Temple, Botanic Garden and the HuLi Shan Fortress are easily ...