Yong'an is a county-level city in west-central Fujian province, People's Republic of China. It is located on the Sha River, which is a tributary of the Min River.
Yong'an is located in west-central Sanming City, located approximately west of Fuzhou, the provincial capital. The city's population is 319,000 (2003–2004).The natural population growth rate is 5.87%.
Yong'an is known for:
- Its rich natural resources (hence the saying "gold mountain silver water"). The forest coverage is more than 85%, which is a miracle percentage in southern-east of China.
- A relatively strong industrial base. Yong'an is a rising industrial city in Fujian Province and an important energy and raw materials production base.
- A relatively complete infrastructure located in the northwest of Fujian Minnan. It is an important transport hub and a distribution center.
- A relatively high level of urbanization, actively creating better urban residences.
Yong'an is a city in Fujian, China.
Yong'an or Yongan may also refer to:
- Yong'an, Liuyang, China
- Yong'an Brook, the upper stretch of the Jiao River, Zhejiang
- Yong'an District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
- Yongan temple, Yunlin, Taiwan
- Yongan Market Station, Taipei Metro