Badaguan Scenic Area Badaguan Badaguan Scenic Area is a famous picturesque sanitarium area in China, located in the east of Qingdao city, Shandong Province. This place used to have eight avenues that were named after eight famous passes in China. Thus, it was named Badaguan, which means eight passes. After the People's Liberation, two more avenues were built in the area and there are now actually ten avenues. However, its name still remains the same.
Kang Youwei Former Residence Memorial of Qingdao is located in Qingdao. To visit Kang Youwei Former Residence Memorial of Qingdao and get the most from your holiday in Qingdao, create itinerary details personal to you using our Qingdao road trip planning website.
Golden Sand Beach (Jinshatan in Pin Yin) is situated in the southeast of Phoenix Island (Xuejia Dao) in Qingdao and is close to the Bohai Sea. It stretches from east to west like a crescent. Its claim to fame as 'The No.1 Beach in Asia' is due to its soft, golden sand.
Jiaozhou Governor's Hall This former government building in Qingdao was built between 1904 and 1906 and owes its design to the German architect Mahlke. Jiaozhou Governor's Hall has been occupied by various parties over the years, including the Japanese and the People's Republic of China.
Beijiushui Scenic Area, also called Nature's Gallery of the Nine Waters, is located in the upstream area of Baisha River amid the hills of Laoshan. Since the river running through the hills bends nine times, people have long called it Beijiushui (Nine Waters). It consists of Neijiushui, Waijiushui (also known as Beijiushui) and Nanjiushui.
May Fourth Square (五四广场) Qingdao’s May Fourth Square ( 五四广场 wǔsì guǎngchǎng) got its name in memory of the May 4th Movement. Located between the new municipal government building and FuShan Bay, it is composed of the ShiZhengTing Square, the central square, and the coastal park.
Qingdao is the largest beer production base in China and the Beer Festival provides a great opportunity to show-off the city's distinctiveness. While the 195-year old Munich Oktoberfest primarily focuses on local breweries, the Qingdao International Beer Festival is open to both Chinese and foreign brew masters.
The Qingdao International Sailing Centre (simplified Chinese: 青岛奥林匹克帆船中心; traditional Chinese: 青島奧林匹克帆船中心; pinyin: Qīngdǎo Àolínpǐkè Fānchuán Zhōngxīn) is a sailing marina located on the former site of the Beihai Shipyard by Qingdao's Fushan Bay at Shandong Province in China.
The Beijiushui Scenic River CITY 311 bus takes you to another Tourist Service Area on the west side of the Laoshan Scenic Area(next to the last bus stop on the route), Understand, LSA is 446 square kilometers or 172 square miles of mountain area. after buying tickets, one boards a city bus that runs from the Tourist Service Area to the Park Entrance.
This is Qingdao Wine Museum, the largest underground wine museum in Asia. Occupying an area of 8800 square meters, it was built inside an air-arid shelter. Nan Fang, director of the museum, introduces. "Since Qingdao is a major port of China, the imports and exports of wine here are quite impressive.
St. Michael's Cathedral (Chinese: 圣 弥 爱 尔 大 教 堂; pinyin: Shèng Mí'ài'ěr Dàjiàotáng; German: Kathedrale St. Michael), also called the Zhejiang Road Catholic Church (Chinese: 浙江路天主教堂), is a Catholic church in Qingdao (Tsingtao), Shandong Province, China and is the seat of the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Qingdao.
Qingdao Temple of the Queen of Heaven, built in 1467 of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), is a famous place of interest combining the marine and folk cultures. Located at No. 19, Taiping Road, it is an ancient architectural structure of strong national characteristics along the coastline.
Tsingtao Brewery Co., Ltd. is China's second largest brewery. It was founded in 1903 by German settlers and now claims about 15% of domestic market share. The beer is produced in Qingdao in Shandong province, and it gets its name from the old École française d'Extrême-Orient transliteration of the city's name. The beer's present-day logo displays an image of Zhan Qiao, a famous pier on Qingdao's southern shore.
Xiao Qingdao (Chinese: 小青岛; other name: Qin Dao) is an island in Qingdao, China. It is located in the southeast of Zhan Qiao pier. Xiao Qingdao was a restricted military area until 1987. During the German occupation in 1900, they named "Qingdao" for their leased territory, and built a lighthouse on Xiao Qingdao island.
ShiNan District > Qingdao Bay Area Qingdao, Shandong Province. P.R. China 栈桥, 太平路39号-41号, 中国山东省青岛市市南区 Hours: 09:00 - 17:00 (pagoda); pier 24h Admission fee: Pier is free, pagoda entrance 5 RMB Notes: Zhan Qiao, built in 1891, was originally used as a wharf and loading pier during the German concession of Qingdao.
Zhanshan Temple (Zhanshan Si) Surrounded by mountains on three sides and facing the sea on the other side, the Zhanshan Temple (Zhanshan Si) is situated in the eastern section of Qingdao City. It is the only temple in downtown Qingdao and also the newest one in China.