AdventureExperience the Adventure of Shandong. Visit the attractions listed below.
The best time to visit the Swan Lake is at sunset on a clear day. Check in with Mr. Ma Shi Min, China’s photo legend of swans, to share with you his story. Or even better, show you the best places in town to take pictures of the swans. That is, if he is in town. Maybe your tour guide can give you tips where to find him.
Just around Floating Dragon (Fulong) Lake, it is southwest of Shanxian County. The lake is 21 sq km and 3.5 m deep. It is 4 times the size of China’s well-known West Lake at Hangzhou City. Bike routes around the lake are carefully mapped out by Heze Tourism Commission.
Brush up on your Kung Fu skills. Do not miss the “Doggie Boy” (Gouwa) performance of Songjiang Martial Art School in Yuncheng.
Only 25 mins away from airport, the Orient Golf Club has everything you need. There is a shopping center, restaurants, cafés, playgrounds, etc. Hire a professional coach and your skills from beginners to pro will increase fast. The highest daily record is 117 holes.
Numbers 3, 6, and 9 are lucky numbers in China. There are 369 steps to make it to the top of the mountain. People always counting their luck while making the climb till mirages can be seen.
This 20-plus-kilometer section of the beach has become very popular in recent years for extra fine sand and clean water. It’s dubbed ‘golden beach’ by the local people. Sand sculptures are always a major highlight. You will be surprised by the vivid sophistication of the sand figures propping up on the beach.
Located in Penglai, Yantai, the aquatic amusement park is the largest of its kind in Asia. The park has thousands of ocean creatures from all over the world. The facility includes polar animals in the aquarium, an underwater theater, dolphin and sea lion performances. A paradise for kids and animal lovers.
Located in northern Zhifu (Chefoo) District, the island is a typical land-tied island. It features unique abrasion cliffs and reefs. Yangzhu (the master sun) Temple, the landmark building on the island, was originally constructed as early as 7th Century BCE. The first emperor, Emperor Qin, visited here three times during his reign some 2,300 years ago to worship heaven and the sun. The prime minister, Li Si wrote two inscriptions eulogizing the Emperor.