Xiamen Bay (simplified Chinese: 厦门湾; traditional Chinese: 廈門灣; pinyin: Xiàmén wān; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Ē-mn̂g-ôan) is a partially enclosed bay off the coast of Xiamen, Fujian province, China and surrounded by Jinmen islands and open waters.
The bay is formed by down-faulted depressed block of undersea bed creating a submerged bay.
The water depth around the bay range from 6 to 25 metres and has a deep water coastal area of 30 km.
Xiamen Bay is an important economic region for Xiamen as well as the whole of Fujian province, China. The bay has numerous port, transport infrastructure, shipbuilding and petrochemical industries. The local government has set up various development areas such as the Xiamen Bay Photoelectric Industrial City to promote economic development.
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