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Which port, Dongdu or Wutong is closer/more conveniently located to the Xiamen airport? Can I buy ferry tickets in advance from some place other than Kinmen (Jinmen)?
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pengyou wrote:Which port, Dongdu or Wutong is closer/more conveniently located to the Xiamen airport? Can I buy ferry tickets in advance from some place other than Kinmen (Jinmen) (Jinmen)?
Wutong is about 10 minutes from the airport so yes take a ferry to this terminal. There is an airport shuttle bus eaiting outside wgen you exit. $6 I think. It is also only about 35 minutes to Wutong from Kinmen (Jinmen).
Not sure if you can buy tickets in advance. I sort of doubt it as even at Kinmen (Jinmen) airport you can't buy a ticket bug have to go to the terminal.
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