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Mount Tai Scenic Area
4.7/5
17,878 Reviews
Crowned as "The King of the Five Sacred Mountains", Mount Tai has been one of China's most famous mountain peaks since ancient times. A large and impressive rock mass covering 25,000 ha and rising to 1,545 m above the surrounding plateau, Mount Taishan is considered one of the most beautiful scenic spots in China and was an important cradle of oriental East Asian culture since the earliest times. The mountain was an important object of the cult worship of mountains even before 219 BCE, when the Qin Emperor paid tribute to the mountain to inform the gods of his success in unifying all of China. Watching the sunrise and catching the spectacular sea of clouds are common activities that visitors engage in. You are also encouraged to explore the ancient sites, engravings, and religious temples to understand the role of Mount Tai in China's long history.
Taierzhuang Ancient City
4.6/5
11,203 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
In the southeast of Zaozhuang City, Taierzhuang Ancient City is located in the central belt of the last section of the Grand Canal. It is a famous water town north of the Yangtze and an ancient canal city. The ancient city was demolished in the 1938 Battle of Taierzhuang. The old city seen today is a reconstruction, with many scenic spots reconstructed on their original sites. However, the city still retains many remnants of its history as a battlefield. Taierzhuang incorporates eight different architectural styles so that visitors can experience both the style of southern Shandong and the folk customs of north Jiangsu. You can't go wrong by taking a stroll among the quiet lanes, catching boat rides on the Grand Canal, or watching an exciting folk performance.
Qingdao Haichang Polar Ocean Park
4.2/5
25,150 Reviews
The Qingdao Haichang Polar Ocean Park is located on the south side of Qingdao Stone Man Holiday Resort. It is a large-scale marine animals display and performance attraction that is fine-tuned to the needs of families. The museum displays more than 200 polar animals such as beluga, penguins, polar bears, and many other rare marine creatures. Some of the attraction highlights include watching the beluga and dolphin show, walking through the underwater tunnel, and observing the sharks swim.
Qingdao Underwater World
4.5/5
18,804 Reviews
Exhibition
Qingdao Underwater World is located in the Shinan District of Qingdao. At the attraction you get to see a variety of living marine animals and biological specimens. You can also walk through a transparent underwater tunnel and enjoy wonderful underwater performances such as “Human and Shark Dance”, which is popular among families and children.
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