If you are in a hurry. Dripping from the city is also more than 20 minutes fast, you can also take the No. 1 bus, a dollar directly to Xunpu Village. The unique customs are preserved here. Aunt Xunpu can be seen prying grasshoppers everywhere. If we arrive at more than four o'clock in the afternoon, watch the sunset at the seaside, dye the red sky with sunset, and order the fishing sails,... There are many restaurants along the coastal corridor, where seafood is freshest.
Hupu Village, formerly a fishing village by the sea, is now surrounded by modern cities. It is a little paradise in Quanzhou New Area. It has cultural and national characteristics. It is a place worth visiting. Although it is mainly a visit, it has a very meaningful feeling.
Buses to this village usually have 1, 8, 44 and K204 routes, but it is very difficult to find clam shells. Ask the villagers more. On the coastal highway, when you see the signboard of Hupu Culture Village, you enter the main street. The clam shells are all in the main street. Some stores can rent headdresses and clothes from Hupu for tens of yuan.
Visitors from the Mainland to Quanzhou must go to Lipu Village. It's not far from the city. I got off at 301 (a long interval) along the coast to Lipu Vegetable City. Immediately, a woman with a head flower was seen cleaning the oysters in a net bag at the seaside. Turning left across the street, a small vegetable farm. Several women sat together to drive the oysters. Continue to walk in and you can see the oyster house, though not in pieces. But there are still a lot of buildings scattered in twos and threes. The villagers here are still very enthusiastic, as long as they ask for directions, they will carefully inform. Another villager warmly invited me to visit his oyster house, which was decorated with distinctive features, but seemed to be newly built. Hupu Village shows different cultures!
In Quanzhou to find some places with ancient civilization and inheritance. Naturally, the words "Kupu Village" attracted me and made me yearn for it. It is said that there are Arabs'descendants there. This fishing village is known for its oyster shells, and of course there are also women in Houpu.
The simplicity of fishing villages and their beautiful headdresses are worth exploring.
Very few shells are well preserved. One or two of them are used to take pictures of tourists, so they are well maintained. Others basically collapse or renovate new buildings. The only thing that is interesting is that children can dress up as Hupu girls to get addicted. We took a taxi along the coastal highway and had a meal on the side of the road. It was really expensive.
The taste of the sea, the mother-in-law digging oysters everywhere