CultureLearn about the Culture of Shandong. Visit the attractions listed below.
New Year’s bell proclaims onset of #Chinese Lunar New Year festivity. Absolutely we will foresee precautions but we do not foresee our lightshow will be dimmed even a bit.
At #Taian’s Daiyue District, we found this oldest working bridge across Da Wen River. Built in 1567-1573, it is the oldest bridge on this river and in entire Shandong.
The “sage of calligraphy”, Wang XiZhi was known to many that his works were even fished out from his residential pond.
(Cont’ from Taian page) There is an option to take a cable car up part of the journey, or hike - 6,666 steps - to the top where you will reach the South Heaven’s Gate. The cable car ascent is surprisingly steep, lengthy, and affords incredible views - deep in the...
Built in 1903, this former German governor’s residence was constructed in the style of a German palace. The mansion is one of Qingdao’s best examples of concession-era architecture, with 30 guest rooms each owning a unique fireplace and Jugendstil (Art Nouveau) style. The building was so lavish that the indulgent governor was said to be immediately fired when German Emperor and King of Prussia Kaiser Wilhelm II saw the final invoice.
Is the number one popular local product in Liaocheng. In the form of gelatin made out of donkey hide, the technique of making it is ancient dating back 1,000 years ago. Donkey meat is usually prepared in thin slices served on a platter or in sandwiches.
Linqing is also known for its quality bricks. Almost all bricks used in Beijing’s Forbidden Palace Museum were made from Linqing. If you go to the Aotouji Tower, built at the intersection of two rivers, you will find many original bricks bearing Linqing seals at sections of the walls lower than 1 meter high.
While visiting theme park, do not miss the twice per day shows. They have archery range and chariot cart rides that pass wax model of the city and people back in the era. Ticket are 60 RMB. Suggest to utilize an English interpreter for hire at the gate.